Michał Budny’s minimal interventions and his inconspicuous and subtle installations form a distinct counterpoint to spectacular. Like in this year’s exhibition at Kunstverein Düsseldorf, what is at stake at Svit is space itself. The aim is not an institutional critique but the putting forward of the inconspicuous materiality of the gallery itself, which during the usual gallery traffic remains in the background – light, shadows, crevices, unevenness of the walls. Budny either directly intervenes into the physical space of the gallery to emphasize its details or places a minimalist object as an intuitive commentary on its materiality.

Here you can express yourself. (*required)