Dawid Radziszewski


The same forms and materials that are encountered in nature appear in Katarzyna Przezwańska’s sculptures. Leaves, sticks, stones, nuts, dried fruit. Barely even processed, slightly trimmed, put together with wire, sometimes painted. Displayed on the ground, like broken branches in a forest.

New works are no longer as literal. They share the wittiness of associations and references, mainly to the sculpture of the mid-20th century. Their repetition of raw natural forms is also a reflection of the artist’s body. Just as human bloodstream is mirrored in the nervation of a leaf.