ELEVATOR AND A KID
Moving of the installation from the Biennale WRO 2015 exhibition in the National Museum.
Elevator in a residential building. Teenager asked to move his leg back and forth. He triggers sound of motion detector and stops elevator from use.
Jaś Domicz (PL), born in 1990 in Opole. Works and lives in Frankurt am Main. Graduated from University of Arts in Poznań (Intermedia class). Currently studies at Städelschule (class of Simon Starling / Peter Fischli).
His works were presented during many solo, among others, Fight (with Max Ruf), CENTER, Berlin; FAME, Billy Gallery, Warsaw, Poland; National Geographic, The Opole Contemporary Art Gallery, Opole, Poland; Vacations, WRO Atelier, WRO Art Center, Wrocław, Poland; Here & Now, IDA Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic, and group exhibitions (Is It Art Or Is It Just, BWA Zielona Góra, Poland; Honky Dory, Karlin Studios, Prague, Czech Republic; Rundgang 2014, Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; Mobile Academy, District Berlin, Germany; AAAkupunktura, Kordegarda Gallery, Warsaw, Poland; Samsung Art Master, Center for Contemporary Art, Warsaw, Poland; Biennale WRO 2011 Alternative Now, Wrocław, Poland; IDEOZY, Avant-garde Institute, Warsaw, Poland).
He is the winner of the Polish edition of Henkel Art.Award. He was also nominated for the Samsung Art Master and was in the best six of the Szpilman Award 2011.