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“Cisza” an installation by Lukasz Berger in Lodz, Poland

December 26, 2015
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“Silence” (“Cisza”) is a unique artistic installation by Lukasz Berger which consists of 1300 metal bars made of stainless steel. These metal bars are fixed directly to the wall by chemical anchors and they are arranged by size – from the shortest elements (3cm) to the longest (60cm). The installation was just unveiled in Lodz, Poland for the Lodz Murals Project.

The installation is permanent and it’s playing with the light and the sunbeams. The everyday cycle of the sun creates a dynamic character and the “drawings” made of the shadows are directly related to the time of the day and the season of the year. Apart from that, the installation also works at night with the light of the moon. 
The author of the installation is Lukasz Berger – an artist from Wroclaw, also known as Cekas/Ceka100. He is a graduate of Sculpture Department of the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw where he completed his diploma in the studio of Janusz Kucharski. An experimental artist working in different areas – graffiti, mural, sculpture, installation.

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