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- Author Laura Pawela
- Date of production 2003
- Dimensions height: 50 cm, width: 95 cm
- Author's designation signed on the reverse
- ID no. MSWK/M/96
- Availability The MOCAK Collection, level -1
- Acquired date 2012
- Object copyright Museum of Contemporary Art in Kraków MOCAK, purchase co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage (Program Collections)
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The convention of computer commands and terms transferred to an existential area. A clash of computer language with real-world problems. An amusing, but at the same time unpleasant, discrepancy between the two worlds.more
The convention of computer commands and terms transferred to an existential area. A clash of computer language with real-world problems. An amusing, but at the same time unpleasant, discrepancy between the two worlds.
Laura Pawela (b. 1977)
Painting, video. Her work focuses on the place of the individual in the virtual world, feminism, the artist’s embroilment in the institutional system. Her works employ the style of computer message screens. The artist alters their commands so as to comment on the existential conditioning of the human being. She transposes the language of communication with the machine to the language of the interpretation of the world and oneself. The form of her work results in an effect of pastiche and critique of reality.
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