A recently separated couple, who still share a sense of outrage, 2017
Kasia Fudakowski, A recently separated couple, who still share a sense of outrage (Panel 6), 2017, (Continuouslessness, 2017 – ongoing), Powder-coated steel, plastic, cork paste, leather, cotton string, painted aluminium, plexi-glass panels produced by Suat Ula and Ece Ak., 202 × 75 × 3 cm
If eyebrows are the punctuation of the face, then what a shame it is that they can only move up and down and not pivot. A turn would give them so much more space for expression.
“A recently separated couple, who still share a sense of outrage (Panel 6)”, 2017 is part of Kasia Fudakowski’s lifelong project titled Continuouslessness (2017 – ongoing) a series of paravant-like sculptures employing complete material freedom. Each panel explores different ideas, thought processes and techniques and is a work on its own, as well as a member of an ever-growing series. The word ‘continuouslessness’ itself, exists as a messy double negative resulting in oppositional concord; its structure is visually awkward, a linguistically clumsy collection of letters– a coalition of chaos reflected in the sculptures themselves. No one panel can stand alone, but must rely on its neighbor for structural support. This neither guarantees harmony nor precludes individuality as each panel may demonstrate a different idea, material or character as long as it is able to connect to the previous panel, be that an awkward joining of hands.
The series will remain unfinished until the artist’s death.