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Wela: "I Love Nature", "I Love Myself"

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Wela: "I Love Nature", "I Love Myself", 2012, Roi Doré Gallery, Paris

 

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Wela: "Whisperers"

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Wela: "Whisperers", audio installation, 2011, Copernicus Science Center, Discovery Park, Warsaw, Poland

 

Installation "The Whisperers" consists of 16 stainless steel columns put in the middle of the park of discovery. The columns are equipped with sensors and speakers in order to detect visitors and distribute natural sounds such as the whisper of a stream, rain, wind, volcano, etc. People can do real-time sound spatialization on the type of sound and played on the sound effects.
The visual and sound installation, compared to contemporary organs, symbolizes a virtual-real time in which we live and transports the viewer to the fourth more spiritual dimension.
The installation also shows the paradox of contemporary man desire to approach to nature by artificial means.

 

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Wela: "Suspended Gravitation"

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Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka): "Suspended Gravitation", 2007, Sculpture Park, Centre of Polish Sculpture, Oronsko, Poland

A stone trapped between two triangles cannot fall. It symbolizes the state of suspension between two conflicting ways out or decisions.

 

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Wela: "Multiples"

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Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka): installation "Multiples", 14th Meeting Theatre, Espace Jean Jaurès, Tomblaine, 2005, 300 x 700cm, cloth, acrylic, coal

 

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Web of Land Art

"Discover the artists working with and in nature in the footsteps of Andy Goldsworthy or Christo ..."

 

Slides, works of different artist such: 

Vincent Leray, François Abélanet, Olivier de Sepibus, Zazu, Nikolay Polissky, Urs-Peter Twellmann, Shigeko Hirakawa, Patrick Dougherty, Jean-Pierre Brazs, Roger Dautras, Emmanuel Plume, Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka), Elena Paroucheva, François Frechet, Gilles Brusset, Marie-Hélène Richard, Sophie Goyard, Christophe Dumont, Anne Laure, Christophe Gonnet, Cathy Astolfi, Marie-Line Van Vuuren, Made, Pedro Marzorati , Dimitri Xenakis, Edith Meusnier, Didier Ferment, Philippe Cusse, Sylvie Verhee, Marie Denis, Fred Périé, Brigitte Sillard , Eizo Sakata, Olivier Edelin, Myriam Roux, Michel Davo, Jean-Yves Piffard, Marie-Sophie Koulischer, Polska, Laurent Gerbouin.

 

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Wela: "Suspended Passage"

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Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka): "Suspended Passage", installation, The Street Arts Festival, 2006, Sotteville-lès-Rouen

 

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Wela: " House of cards for the Queen St. Clotilde"

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Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka): " House of cards for the Queen St. Clotilde", Installation at the Luxembourg Gardens, « Artsénat 2007 », Senate, Paris, 2007

 

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Wela: « Suspended Passage »

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Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka): « Suspended Passage », artist is preparing the installation, 2006, The Street Arts Festival, Sotteville-lès-Rouen

 

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Wela: "Multiplication"

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Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka): "Multiplication", Garden of Auvers-sur-Oise Castle, 2008, 

drawings in black and white tubular supports hanging from trees

Polish artist living in France

 

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Wela: Light Installation

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Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka): Light Installation in a public garden of 500 decorated tubes and including integrated lighting. The Street Arts Festival, Sottevile-lès-Rouen, 2006

 

A light installation composed of drawings on transparent tubular supports. Drawings, multiplied into several columns, fluttering on the wind, are deployed in spatial and poetic. The installation aims to take the viewer into the imaginary dimension between reality and unreality, between artistic creation and nature, between spirituality and materiality. Involving the relationship with the environment, the work is also measured at the place where it is exposed to the audience and to create a kind of "total art work".

 

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Wela: "The Whisperers"

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Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka) - permanent interactive installation "The Whisperers", the Copernicus Science Centre, Dicovery Parc, Warsaw, 2011

 

Installation "The Whisperers" consists of 16 stainless steel columns put in the middle of the park of discovery. The columns are equipped with sensors and speakers in order to detect visitors and distribute natural sounds such as the whisper of a stream, rain, wind, volcano, etc. People can do real-time sound spatialization on the type of sound and played on the sound effects.
The visual and sound installation, compared to contemporary organs, symbolizes a virtual-real time in which we live and transports the viewer to the fourth more spiritual dimension.
The installation also shows the paradox of contemporary man desire to approach to nature by artificial means.

 

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Wela: “Multiplication”

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Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka): “Multiplication” comprises an ensemble of black and white drawings on tubular supports hanging from a plane tree. Installation made for The Street Arts Festival, Sotteville-lès-Rouen, 2006, mixed media

 

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Wela: "Corporeality of nature"

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Wela: "Corporeality of nature", 2012, installation view at Shangyuan Art Museum, Beijing

 

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Whisperers by Wela

Wela: "Whisperers", interactive audio installation, 2011, Copernicus Science Center, Discovery Park, Warsaw, Poland

 

Installation "The Whisperers" consists of 16 stainless steel columns put in the middle of the park of discovery. The columns are equipped with sensors and speakers in order to detect visitors and distribute natural sounds such as the whisper of a stream, rain, wind, volcano, etc. People can do real-time sound spatialization on the type of sound and played on the sound effects.
The visual and sound installation, compared to contemporary organs, symbolizes a virtual-real time in which we live and transports the viewer to the fourth more spiritual dimension.
The installation also shows the paradox of contemporary man desire to approach to nature by artificial means.

 

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Wela: "Multiplication"

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Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka): "Multiplication", European Meeting Sculpture, installation to Ingres Museum, Montauban, 2005

 

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Wela: "Multiplication"

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Wela: "Multiplication", 2005, 14-th Meeting Theatre, Espace Jean Jaurès, Tomblaine, 2005, mixed media, 170m2;

 

Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka) is Polish artist (born in Cracow, 1964) living in France. “Multiplication” comprises an ensemble of black and white drawings on tubular supports hanging or placed on the ground, where the spectator can walk.

 

"Her installations solve precisely a particular abstract problem- namely, how to show the contents of the work as "an open sky" and how to open two dimensional space into real spatial awareness.
The spectator is invited to wander inside the painting and not to contemplate it from outside." (Ileana Cornea)

 

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Wela: "Drawing Space"

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Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka): "Drawing Space", installation, Pascal Vanhoecke Gallery, Paris, 2006

 

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Wela - Sculpteur

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"Pour entrer dans l'univers de Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka), il faut entrer dans ses oeuvres... de grande dimension. Et lorsqu'au jardin du Luxembourg, elle habille la Reine Clotilde de ses sculptures, elle provoque alors des réactions des plus fascinées.."

 

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Wela: « Suspended Passage »

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Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka): « Suspended Passage » Installation, 2006, The Street Arts Festival, Sotteville-lès-Rouen
“Suspended Passage ” continues Wela’s research on the “Unreal realities” The artist aim is to co-create with the spectator the totality of the virtual reality of drawing, time and space.
The work consist of an open space formed by two cylindrical forex walls, six metres high and four metres in diameter, inside which the artist has drawn in pencil. In the centre of the cylinder there is a rerolling column in highly polished stainless steel which reflects both the artist drawing and the external environment destabilised by the presence of the spectator.
The perpetual movement of a multitude of variations which depends on the position, the movement, and the time of observation.

 

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Wela : "Crown of Thorns"

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Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka), an enviromental installation: "Crown of Thorns", 2011, Paris International Golf Club, Baillet-en-France

Crown of thorns, borrowed from Christianity, Wela symbolizes both the vivacity of nature, considering it as a creation much more complex than can be that of an artist, and the image of a nature suffering, what we need to defend and protect.

 

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Wela: "Constellation imaginary"

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Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka): light installation "Constellation imaginary", the Futuroscope, Poitiers, 2009

Wela's work consists of a light installation composed of fluid drawings transposed on tubular  translucent supports (50 different works). The drawings, multiplied columns oscillating  with the wind, are deployed in spatial and poetic. The wish of the artist is to bring visitors to develop their imagination between reality and fiction, between artistic creation and nature, or between spirituality and materiality. Playing or contrasting with the site-specific architectures, these structures offer a light and graceful reverie pleasant break between two shows, both day and night.

 

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Wela: "Suspended passage"

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Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka): "Suspended passage", The Street Arts Festival, "Viva Cite", Sotteville-lès-Rouen, 2006, high 6 metres, diameter 5 metres, forex, metal, mine of lead, engine

 

“Suspended Passage ” continues Wela’s research on the “Unreal realities” The artist aim is to co-create with the spectator the totality of the virtual reality of drawing, time and space.
The work consist of an open space formed by two cylindrical forex walls, six metres high and four metres in diameter, inside which the artist has drawn in pencil. In the centre of the cylinder there is a rerolling column in highly polished stainless steel which reflects both the artist drawing and the external environment destabilised by the presence of the spectator.
The perpetual movement of a multitude of variations which depends on the position, the movement, and the time of observation.

 

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Wela, "The Whisperers" 2011, Warsaw

Wela (Elisabeth Wierzbicka) - Permanent interactive installation "The Whisperers" for the Copernicus Science Centre* in Warsaw


Installation "The Whisperers" consists of 16 stainless steel columns put in the middle of the park of discovery. The columns are equipped with sensors and speakers in order to detect visitors and distribute natural sounds such as the whisper of a stream, rain, wind, volcano, etc. People can do real-time sound spatialization on the type of sound and played on the sound effects.
The visual and sound installation, compared to contemporary organs, symbolizes a virtual-real time in which we live and transports the viewer to the fourth more spiritual dimension.
The installation also shows the paradox of contemporary man desire to approach to nature by artificial means.

 

*The Copernicus Science Centre (in Polish: Centrum Nauki Kopernik) is a science museum standing on the bank of the Vistula River in Warsaw. It contains over 350 interactive exhibits that enable visitors to single-handedly carry out experiments and discover the laws of science for themselves. Many artworks have been installed in and around the Centre.
The Centre is the largest institution of its type in Poland and one of the most advanced in Europe.

 

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