In the Image Emanation series, artist Beata Szczecinska, Polish illustrator and designer, who graduated from the Secondary School of Fine Arts in Lomza and the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, she fragmented images of shaded and dotted grays, intertwining them and integrating with lines, black and white shapes that remind us curvilinear and sensual forms by Hans Arp.
“The idea behind my concept is a fragment, shredding, assembly, interference in the image, excessive vision, visual waste, multilayeredness, conglomerate, content noise, shred, scrap, recoil”
The artist shows us broken world by overlapping visual sequences, flowing like an uninterrupted flow of visions and appearances, which emphasizes visual consumerism.
She fragmented pictures of characters, introduces simulations and appearances of reality that are an imaginary representation of the unreal.
Static forms that contain the potential force of an explosion, they transform into other forms, their mobility is felt, they are mutated but stable, while remaining in chaos to become unstable.