|above left: Gosia Wlodarczak (2009) SELF-CENTRED, pigment marker, acrylic, linen, 150 x 150cm; above right: Gosia Wlodarczak (2009) SELF-CENTRED process; right from the top: Gosia Wlodarczak (2010) CT-21IMA-1, pigment marker, acrylic, linen, 55 x 55 cm; Gosia Wlodarczak (2010) XRAY-80KV-01, pigment marker, acrylic, linen, 55 x 55cm (image linked to: XRAY-80KV-01 enlargement) ; Gosia Wlodarczak (2010) CT-21IMA-37, pigment marker, acrylic, linen, 55 x 55cm.
The ill, the tired, the displaced ready to withdraw into isolation of their own body sometimes begin to travel beyond the limits of the visible. SELF-CENTRED is a journey into spaces enclosed within one's soma, within one's self: the intimate, the inner, the hidden, the out of site.
My spine is a pivot, a core of repetitive circular movement. I draw turning around and around the centre. I draw to archive, presence manifested in my body almost autonomous functions. I turn, I draw, I breathe, I draw, I turn…
All things rotate around their centres.
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