February 4 - 21, 2022
This is the first solo exhibition of Marysia Paruzel in the United States, born in Warszawa, Poland and studied at Städelschule Frankfurt, based in Brooklyn, NY. They use the word incubator, meaning intensive care unit, to describe their practice. Taking a space of an affirmative prayer. Spiritual approach hand in hand with self-critical theory. Bewitching a spell by its repetition. Showing is a means of presenting the limitations of language. They are interested in art, because showing is not part of silence, but it is not saying either part and part of what cannot be said can be shown. Self-critical by means wherein personal is political. Wilheim Reich exercises practice in abstract paintings on images of female cyclists by which they try to exercise gender perception. Sculptures that try to make a crib for their motherhood and their mother’s motherhood.A gardener that has been annihilated by a flower that they fed.
Chastity in capitalism.
fly trapped on plane
trying to evacuate
The smell of Noah’s Arc
Remind me tomorrow forever
As walking corridors with no windows, knife in your hand, during black out,
And having to hold it straight like candle on birthday cake
Finding place for a body
Predicting oneself in to existence
Slices of reality
a drive towards rethinking being together beyond the dominant cultural configuration in principle of self critical ethics.
A bird flying away from the heat of portable gas heater
Every tear is feeding a soil
fear eats soul
The cat smells like a car left in sun
In mystery men men that has has talent to disappear but only when people don’t look at him
Drug dealers are exterminators
Unlike football or rugby, tennis is based on relative countdown. The length of a match depends on the ability of the players, to create the time that they need to win.
They passed me a cigarette with dry lip skin stuck to a filter, so fresh but it looked like a fossil
trap for ghost without shells
Girl waiting for a train
slowing down doesn't mean stopping