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For some time now, I have been working with paper, using it for both: printing and as a material for creating art objects. During my residency in Mino Paper Art Village in Japan, I was experimenting with washi. Last year, I worked on hand made paper production in the oldest paper mill in Poland—Papermaking Museum in Duszniki-Zdrój. I collaborated with other artists, making paper with my own hands using Polish cellulose pulp and Japanese Kozo. Finally I started creating 3D objects which gave me a lot of fun. Paper became an important medium for me, treated with respect.
All my life, I have been using paper for linocut and woodcut printing but now I started to create 3D light objects that resemble lanterns. I have developed an idea of a matrix and paper, light and cut prints. I organised several exhibitions in Poland and Japan. My newest idea is the mixing of graphic prints with lanterns—cut paper and light objects. I am sending you some pictures from my last show. However, for IMPACT in Hong Kong, I would love to find a new concept of ephemeral light lines—‘light prints’ mixed with almost abstract lines on top of paper light objects. I hope this idea will work out. My vision is as follows: present the composition on the wall consisting of light boxes with projected images together with large, flat graphic prints of linocuts and woodcuts. All this will be about waterfalls, visual interpretation of pouring water through lines, lights and paper objects. The light structure will be suspended on walls. I just need the source of electrical current, the wall approx., 2 x 2 metres. It would be great if the room light would be dimmed. The objects will be fixed on the wall with nails.