Piotr Krzymowski

Image to Scale @ John McAslan, Nov 13 – Dec 11

14 November 2014

The John McAslan + Partners architecture firm is hosting a group show titled Image to Scale and running at their London location from November 13 to December 11.

The group exhibition, which brings together eight diverse artists, with a text by writer Eleanor Weber, takes place in an architectural firm by design. “Architecture traffics in the tension of image and scale.” The artists traffic between image and architecture through their works, office infrastructure and art bleeding into one another.

Those exhibiting are diverse in form, but their ventures into the architectural and material dimensions provides an umbrella to their collective work, whether it is in the sculptural graphics of Lydia Davies, the everyday-object installations of Chris Ifould, and the video works of Polish-born artist and filmmaker Piotr Krzymowski. Five other artists exhibiting their works alongside these three, include Sean Lavelle, Asta Meldal Lynge, Cameron Scott, Tilly Shiner and Nikhil Vettukattil.

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An interview with Piotr Krzymowski.

Piotr Krzymowski. Boys Will Be Boys.
7 January 2013

Polish-born artist Piotr Krzymowski is a recent graduate of Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design and is currently exhibiting in the ICA’s latest incarnation of the New Contemporaries. His projects since graduating, have seen him return to home to make films alongside friend and resident-artist Paweł Kałużyński, at a non profit space named simply Praca (meaning ‘work’ in Polish). He also edits no.w.here Open Studio Blog based in Tower Hamlets London, initiating critical discourse on video work, as well as leading talks and workshops on film-making processes. Producing works which explore the possibilities within the film-editing process, Krzymowski looks at transforming the meanings generated through contextualised film. Here we consider a couple of them, their implications in the context of the New  Contemporaries exhibition and his feelings about work in the wake of the degree show.

Piotr Krzymowski. 73 screen shot. Image courtesy of the artist.
Piotr Krzymowski. 73 film still. Image courtesy of the artist.

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