We have the pleasure of inviting you to an exhibition:
Mateusz Herman: Rustlings from the dim
Białystok Cultural Cetre / Ludwik Zamenhof Centre, 19 Warszawska Street
exhibition opening: April 5th, 2019 (Friday), 6-8 PM
exhibition open until May 26th, 2019, from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 AM to 5 PM
tickets: exhibition opening and Sundays – free entry, other days – 4 PLN
The idea behind the „rustlings from the dim” series of digital graphics was born accidentally. While working on another project the author drew attention to glitches appearing on screen. Those glitches were the first impulse to start searching for patterns. New images were created by processing already existing works.
We can assume that a glitch is a kind of rustling that disturbs the expected order. The author does not try to investigate the cause of disturbances, he is only a transmitter that catches and archives them in a visual form.
The exhibition is an attempt to create another dimension of non-obvious space, which we do not see in our reality at first glance.
Born in 1986 in Białystok, a graduate of the Faculty of Architecture at the Białystok University of Technology.
Regardless of the medium used, he primarily considers himself a visual experimenter, which in recent years boils down to fiddling with various types of graphics software with varying frequency and effects.
He is most drawn to the grotesque, he also has romantic tendencies. Hates hyper-realism, likes pseudo-realism. The only time when he appeared publicly as an author was at the “Byłem psem” (“I Was a Dog”) exhibition (2009) in Wrocław BWA Gallery.