I am a collection of atoms called Jessica Tawczynski.
My work is constructed by a collection of experiences of an inexhaustibly transforming landscape. The visual language is built by exchanges of motion, momentum and observations of hyperactivity and accumulation.
There is summer frost in Northern Iceland, where time seems to move slower. Quiet, nestled in a small valley, these paintings challenged the Anthropocene. We know the world through interactions. Our understanding of the whole, is a transformative condition in combination with risk and curiosity.
I live in Brooklyn and work between New York and Akureyri, Iceland.