3 mirrors, 2 inkjet prints, TV with day-long video, 3 eclectic
frames and 2 rooms. The parts of installation hang in such
order that not every “mirror” reflects the viewer.
Kama Sokolnicka uses a wide range of techniques and media’ strategies, from drawing and painting to site-specific and video installations. In her work she focuses mainly on image as a function of memory and the phenomenon of horror vacui as well as the construction of contemporary subject in relation to biography, space and different kinds of history deformed by emotions. She’s interested in terms of ambivalence and disappointment, which are often related to the specific character of a place or territory.