Ula Lucińska &
This, what left behind, haunts me, pleasures me and hurts me
series of objects,
steel, aluminum, pvc, linen, silk, oak wood, photography, 2019
This, what left behind, haunts me, pleasures me and hurts me is an installation, whose particular elements refer to human remains: abandoned clothes and equipment, architectural and organic structures. Objects, in which one intuitively seeks links with humans, are the beginning of a reflection on the relationships between the living and the non-living matter.
An example of these relations is a wooden board - a matrix of foundations of a deteriorating building. This contemporary ruin, located in Poznań, was scanned using 3D technology just before it was completely demolished. Its digital image has been recreated by milled cut in an oak board. The ruins of the building served as a temporary shelter for the homeless. The secondarily inhabited place was a field of interaction between humans, inanimate matter of decaying walls and the vegetation of plants growing over them.
Inside Job, This, what left behind, haunts me, pleasures me and hurts me, 2019
CAVE gallery, Wrocław, Poland
curators: Barbara Żłobińska, Mariusz Maślanka
photos: Mariusz Maślanka