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Justyna Mędrala

Justyna Mędrala (b. 1988), a visual artist focused on drawing, sculpture and installation. Asstistant professor at Graphic Department  in Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. She thinks about the origins of the form not as something added from the outside, not as an order from the surrounding environment, but as about something that comes with the material, because it’s stuck in it. The materials that she uses: beeswax, soap or coal, give her a wide range of opportunities for doing so.


 

Justyna Mędrala, The blood, the sea 500x500 cm 2014 hard coal
Justyna Mędrala, Untitled 21,5x29,7 2011 pencil, typing machine
Justyna Mędrala, Untitled 21,5x29,7 2011 pencil, typing machine
Justyna Mędrala, Untitled (Sending food to the Space) 60x40x40 2016 stock cubes
Justyna Mędrala, The machine was so impressed It collapsed unto itself (The Moon) diameter 120 cm 2017 beeswax, pigment
Justyna Mędrala, Untitled (Sending food to the Space) 60x40x40 2016 stock cubes
Justyna Mędrala, Before dawn (part of the installation) 250x400 cm 2014-2016 hard coal
Justyna Mędrala, The machine was so impressed It collapsed unto itself (The Moon) diameter 120 cm 2017 beeswax, pigment (1)
Justyna Mędrala, The machine was so impressed It collapsed unto itself 320x210 cm 2017 lamp-black
Justyna Mędrala, Destructive tendencies 120x60 cm 2016 soap
Justyna Mędrala, Destructive tendencies (installation view) 400x400 cm 2016 soap, fabric grid, carpet