Here we go … 3 paintings sent to Poland for the exhibition “Art & Science”, “Art Origins of Life”. 1st exhibition would take place at BWA Gallery in Rzeszow, Poland. Wela, the titles: “Genesis”, “Cosmic Petri Dish”, “Programming”, 2020/21, watercolors and acrylic on paper. The works were produced after participation in an online “Art & Science” symposium organized in November 2020 by ISP UR – Institute of Fine Arts, University of Rzeszow, Poland and Nencki Institute of PAS Experimental Biology, Warsaw, Poland
We also have the catalog of the 4th ART & SCIENCE exhibition project, “The art of the origin of life”, which will accompany traveling exhibitions in Poland, Slovakia and Hungary. Some examples from the catalog:
Very soon, I am going to Champagne to realize the installation “Interconnections” at the Brugny ditch for the Festival of Contemporary Art and the Land Art “Vign’Art 21”. You will be able to enjoy it from May 15 to September 15, 2021
“For Vign’Art 2021 I am going to create an installation that evokes the symbiosis of man with nature. I imagine an installation made of forms that recall neurons, which interconnect between them and the environment, between the earth and the sky. Groups of researchers are discovering interconnections between plants, animals and humans, their findings are more and more astonishing. Neuroscience is discovering the human capacity for healing through meditation, thanks to the brain and heart, the power of neurons to pass messages to future generations, the capacity of emotions to modify our magnetic field and influence others … Biologists are talking more and more about the capacity of plants to communicate with each other, also animals, etc. The science is going deeper and deeper, but there is still a lot to discover. We are all connected and interdependent. Only man is lost, removed from his natural environment and he must reconnect to improve life on the planet. I believe art can remind him of the meaning of life. In my installation, under the title “Interconnections”, the neurons will play this role of messenger. The installation would consist of several lightweight elements made of wire mesh and colored wire, suspended in the space above a ditch between metal posts. Openwork, it will allow the visitor to look at the landscape through it. “ Wela 2020
Thanks to Marc Kalbusch, Bettina Ghasempoor, Netzwerk Gallery from Trier for this beautiful catalog of the exhibition “Bâtiment 4” in Esch-sur-Alzette.
The exhibition is documented in photo book by Marc Kalbusch. On nearly 300 pages, the temporary art of more than 100 artists is reflected. The book can be purchased at the base price of 20 €, please contact: Galerie.Netzwerk@gmail.com