|ANNA BARANSKA & MICHAL BARANSKI (Pl), Side by Side, 2012 (video not available)
Simple picture. Components: a fluorescent lamp, pieces: 1. Multiplication of object and sounds. Fluorescent lamps are formed into an image, in subsequent stages of the film they are reproduced exponentially. Besides typical mathematical associations, geometric progression is also associated with human impact on the surrounding environment and technology, which it creates (eg systems 32 or 64 bit, etc.). Technological progress, of which we are eye-witnesses, is growing very rapidly. This may raise the question: are we able to keep up with every novelty? Image gradually becomes more and more chaotic, the lights flash faster and faster, which makes the initial order begin to emerge pictures, that are causing in us feeling of anxiety. Similar feelings may cause (and certainly should cause) s progress and human pressure on the surrounding area, especially on the environment.
Anna Baranska was born in Ilza, Poland in 1981. Lives and Works in Lublin / Ponlad. Master in Arts by Maria Curie-Sk?odowska University. Works with video art, pinting and photography regularly since 2005.
Major exhibitions / events: Electronic Language International Festival, FILE 14, São Paulo, Brazil, 2014; Videoholica International Video Art Festival GRAFFIT Gallery, Menthol Club - Varna, Bulgaria, 2013; 9th International Festival of Digital Arts and New Media, Athens Video Art Festival – Camp, Miltiadou St. - Athens, Greece, 2013; 63rd Berlinale. Berlin International Film Festival - Kulinarishe kino, Kino im Martin-Gropius-Bau (as a winner of We Art Water Film Festival, Madrid, Spain, 2012) - Berlin, Germany, 2013