Art stations fundation - by Grażyna Kulczyk


25.01.2014
17:00
Art Stations gallery

Free admission

TONY ORRICO PENWALD: 5: WRISTS ON WALK PERFORMANCE

Free admission

 

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Tony Orrico developed his own physical symmetry practice as point of entry into his creative work. In his termed state of readiness, he is interested in the application of a present body to a surface, object, or course. He is fascinated with how physical impulses manifest into visible forms. His work often displays infinities of reflective and rotational symmetry with attention to what is lost/gained through representations and how imagery in motion may replicate, mutate, or disintegrate. Centralizing on themes of cyclic motion and the generation and regeneration of material, the work draws on the tension between what is fleeting and what is captured.

Visitors will also have a chance to witness this process again during 90 minutes long performance in which Tony Orrico will "take his wrists on walk" and, in front of our eyes, will create another work from the cycle.