SILVIA KRUPINSKA (WALKING) ARTIST
Image: I feel for you, Dead Plastic Bird. (2016)
I'm a London-based sculptor of Slovak origin (Poprad). I moved to London in 1999, studied Fine Art at Chelsea School of Art and Design, UAL (grad. 2006) and took an MA Art and Science at Central Saint Martins College, University of the Arts London, (grad. 2016).
I’m exploring how we relate to water environments, taking my inspiration from a variety of natural textures and experiences. I aim for a new element of ‘usefulness’ in my work by trying to understand our daily lives, our immediate surroundings and how we can affect their change, for better or for worse. I value a development journey of a project as much as a final result, which is normally reflected in my artistic language, using steel, paper, found natural and man-made objects, concrete and other. Over the last couple of years, I’ve been exploring how art and science can work together in interdisciplinary collaborations.
I've exhibited internationally, including in an EU-Art-Network exhibition in Palazzo Albrizzi, The Venice Biennale 2009 and I've also participated in a number of shows and art symposiums in Austria, Germany and Azerbaijan.
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