Jerzy Goliszewski – Lac Bleu
Forms created by Jerzy Goliszewski, although they oscillate around sculpture, appear to be closer to painting. Vast wooden construction filling the space of the gallery, has it well founded roots in a mysterious title „Lac Bleu”. Consisting of thousands of minute elements with a perfect finish, it reminds one of huge radio equalizer, and seems equally dynamic, while a ceramic mosaic corresponds somehow with the swimming pools from the Hockney’s paintings and impressionistic water lilies by Manet. „Lac Bleu” is a beautiful “blue lake” in Alps.
In the constructions by Goliszewski we can trace two experiences. Bionics is the study of form and structures found in the nature. Composition of forms in space, structuralist tendencies and the tradition of abstract art are fundamental for the Workshop for Visual Processes and Structures run by professor Jacek Dyrzyński at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts, where Goliszewski has done his diploma work. Installation „Lac Bleu” connects both his experiences and interests in a poetic way. By reproducing and multiplying elements Goliszewski creates a harmonious panorama. In an extremely geometrized, monument al form of the „Lac Bleu” we find an analysis of a mountain landscape of the Chamonix area. / Justyna Kowalska
text: Justyna Kowalska