Dezefrelle: Gosia Wlodarczaks
Drawing is often a starting point for an artist, but for Polish-born Gosia Wlodarczak this method of inscription is central to her trans-disciplinary practice. A limited edition of 500, ‘DEZEFRELLE’ maps Wlodarczak’s output from 2004 to 2017, which traverses performance, interaction, installation, sound and film staged outside the studio, including a series based in local cafés and a park bench near the artist’s Melbourne home.
Over 100 images and typographic illustrations reveal the ways Wlodarczak engages her body as a vehicle, transferring visual signals from the eye directly to the paper. She reflects, ‘I draw my environment as I see it, in real time – tracing and re-tracing the visible. My intention is to record present continuous time to archive my space-time.’
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