Ebola River Flows - Dawid Majgat
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River is an infinite stream of forms, shapes transforming in continuous present. In „Ebola River Flows” i’m fishing out fragments which are used to form true about world and myself, about indentity and beauty of infinite shapes. Monoliths, which are paintings builded by little parts of litographic prints, create individual world in which modern culture of animation and video games are mixing with folk and tribal culture. Modernity unites with primal tradition. Ebola is like an alert, about peace in regular day is not given forever. Ebola alerts, to look consciously on present and find in it happiness.

Medal of Tymon Niesołowski

„Ebola River Flows” was awarded as the best artistic diploma of Falculty of Art UMK in Toruń,

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Weles, 2015,  monolith on canson paper, Tryptish, 3x100x70 cm
Weles, 2015,  monolith on canson paper, Tryptish, 3x100x70 cm
Future of Wildy, 2015,  monolith on canvas, 100×100 cm
Future of Angerjudie, 2015,  monolith on canvas, 100×100 cm
Kraken, 2015,  monolith on canvas, 100×100 cm
*sold* H& H& H& H& H&, 2015,  monolith on canvas, 100×100 cm *sold*
Horde, 2015,  monolith on canvas, 100×100 cm
Montezuma II, 2015,  monolith on canvas, 100×70 cm
*sold* Space smeller, 2015,  monolith on canvas, 100×70 cm *sold*
Mandark, 2015,  monolith on canvas, 100×70 cm
Ebola, 2015,  monolith on canvas, 100×70 cm
Witch, 2015,  monolith on canvas, 100×70 cm
Nun, 2015,  monolith on canvas, 100×70 cm
Lumann, Gdańsk, Poland 2016

phot. Kamila Gołębiewska / viabirdie.com

CSW, Toruń, Poland 2016

phot. Paulina Komarowa

Od Nowa – Dworzec Zachodni, Toruń, Poland 2015

phot. Kamila Gołębiewska / viabirdie.com

*sold* Working hard, 2015,  monolith on paper, 50×70 cm *sold*
*sold* Desert Flower, 2015,  monolith on paper, 50×70 cm *sold*
*sold* Handyman, 2015,  monolith on paper, 50×70 cm *sold*
*sold* Ugedey, 2015,  monolith on paper, 50×70 cm *sold*
*sold* Jet-jack, 2015,  monolith on paper, 50×70 cm *sold*