“I’m a monster maker and worshipper of organic hand gestures,” says artist Dawid Majgat, “I create projects characterized by their absurdity, alluding to everyday life, the present and the past, pop-culture, folk-culture, video games, cartoons and tribalism.”
The artist’s latest exhibition, Gold’n’Fish, presents the canon of the greatest portrait paintings of Republic ¥ – a fictional, colonial state in which citizens are monsters.
Working in the realm of this mysterious country, Dawid Majgat comments on the surrounding world by showing it in the distorted mirror of his art. Following the notion that every man has inner monsters, the project is bound by the concept of a colonial state and monst-art aesthetics. To learn more, visit the MiTO gallery…
When: until May 8th
Where: MiTO (Waryńskiego 28)