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29.07.-20.08.2017: Natalia Koziel

PIP

print is power

or printmaking in 250 watts

Tervetuloa avajaisiin perjantaina 28.7.2017 klo 18-20!
Näyttely avoinna: 29.7.-20.8.2017.
Myymälä2 Galleria, Uudenmaankatu 23 F, Helsinki
Aukioloajat: ke-la 12.00-18.00, su 12.00-17.00

Aika ennen maalauksen ripustamista, tai ennen filmin alkamista, kätkee
sisälleen salattuja maailmoja. PIP on äänimerkki, jonka kuultuaan
projektoristi nostaa luukut ja paljastaa jo käynnissä olevan filmin
kasvot yleisölle.

Puolalaisen sähkömiehen tytär Natalia Kozieł johdattaa galleriavieraat
PIP-ääntä edeltävien varjojen valtakuntaan. Grafiikat löytävät
viimeisen muotonsa vasta yleisön silmien edessä, useiden dia- ja
filmiprojektoreiden sähköisten valokiilojen maalaamina. Tämä on
kesänäyttely, joka iskee kuin miljoona volttia!

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Welcome to the opening on Wednesday 28th of July, from 6 pm – 8 pm!
Exhibition dates: 29.7.-20.8.2017
Myymälä2 Gallery, Uudenmaankatu 23 F, Helsinki
Opening hours: wed-sat 12.00 p.m.-6.00 p.m., sun 12.00 p.m.-5.00 p.m.

There is a whole hidden world before the painting is hanged and before the film starts. PIP is the sound alert for projectionist to make it all visible for the audience.

Now Natalia Kozieł, daughter of a Polish electrician, will take you to the kingdom of shadows before PIP: to see the unseen, to reveal the forgotten and to finish the unfinished. It is an exhibition where printing process is finalized in front of your eyes through light beams from various slide and film projectors. Be alerted for the high-voltage exhibition experience of the summer!

Natalia Kozieł, born in Bydgoszcz, Poland in 1987. Recently living, working and having fun in Helsinki, Finland.

In her work she has been moving around the worlds of painting and printmaking, where she found her specific language. As an artist she often position herself in handling simultaneously big size canvases, stamp size graphics, spatial projections and live cinema performances.

Natalia often works with machinery of slide, overhead, super 8mm, 16mm and 35mm film projectors. Through that optical tools, she’s delivering her printmaking actions. She’s fascinated by the old films, its history, chemistry and various film related materials. Her projects are often standing on the borderland of print, theatre and film.

She did her first MFA degree from painting department at Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk, Poland and second from Kuvataideakatemia; University of the Arts in Helsinki, where she studied printmaking.