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Maess,Anywhere Out of the World,2011,42x28 cm

Maess,Anywhere Out of the World,2011,42x28 cm

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“Inverted” exposition resulted from Maess residential stay in Argentina and it consists of collection of drawings based on very special topography of the city of La Plata.
Maess treated hypothetical ideal city design with multiple conversions, violating in fact the existing realities. A space exploration between a starting point and the final one, invites the viewer to experience his/her own intellectual adventure of seeing the exposition much beyond the borders of any induced imaginary limits. Important thing is that Maess strives not to achieve certain predetermined goal but what is valued for her is to find moments and places where imperfections and errors of inversion process saw the daylight.

ryanpanos:

“Inverted” exposition resulted from Maess residential stay in Argentina and it consists of collection of drawings based on very special topography of the city of La Plata.


Maess treated hypothetical ideal city design with multiple conversions, violating in fact the existing realities. A space exploration between a starting point and the final one, invites the viewer to experience his/her own intellectual adventure of seeing the exposition much beyond the borders of any induced imaginary limits. Important thing is that Maess strives not to achieve certain predetermined goal but what is valued for her is to find moments and places where imperfections and errors of inversion process saw the daylight.

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Maess (1982) lives and works in Warsaw. She had ex­hibitions, among all, in Plumba Contemporary Art, Porto, Por­tugal (2006), Residencia Corazon, La Plata, Buenos Aires, Ar­gentina (2008), Able Gallery, Berlin, Germany (2009), Museum Santa Cecilia in Rome (2010). Recently her drawings have been published at Fukt Magazine for Contemporary Drawing  and took a part of launching exhibition at Center of Contemporary Art in Warsaw. 
more at:http://maess.eu

Maess (1982) lives and works in Warsaw. She had ex­hibitions, among all, in Plumba Contemporary Art, Porto, Por­tugal (2006), Residencia Corazon, La Plata, Buenos Aires, Ar­gentina (2008), Able Gallery, Berlin, Germany (2009), Museum Santa Cecilia in Rome (2010). Recently her drawings have been published at Fukt Magazine for Contemporary Drawing  and took a part of launching exhibition at Center of Contemporary Art in Warsaw. 

more at:http://maess.eu