B. 1985, Poland.
Pyszczek explores Polish murals. Decorative pastels figures and shapes painted directly on facades of residential buildings, eschewing the blanket of the Cold War aesthetic by completely embodying the narrative of the time: tertiary beautification in an attempt to dissuade the eye from seeing – processing. The artist does not stop there; Pyszczek examines building exterior, playgrounds and a plethora of architectural elements in Poland – the artists’ birthplace. We are encouraged to participate on his journey. Flashes of memory recognized in how the artist deals with the physicality of the sculptures and reliefs, mimicking windows or components of a playground jungle gym.