Inside Job

Ula Lucińska & Michał Knychaus

b. 1992, 1987, live and work in Poznań

 

Ula Lucińska and Michał Knychaus work together as the Inside Job duo. Their practice is based on the use of different mediums and materials, which often leads to the creation of specific, multi-layered environments. They focus on the processes of how identities are constructed, including the identities of places, within the context of dynamic changes such as: the climate crisis, technological acceleration, political shifts and growing anxiety about the unknown future. Many of their projects refer to futuristic and post-catastrophic scenarios.

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Available Works

 

Anitya (There are flowers that are born of mud) I

 

2020

 

steel, aluminum, linen, silk, recycled leather, rubber, synthetic textile

Anitya (There are flowers that are born of mud) II

 

2020

 

steel, aluminum, linen, silk, recycled leather, rubber, synthetic textile

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Anitya (There are flowers that are born of mud) III

 

2020

 

steel, aluminum, linen, silk, recycled leather, rubber, synthetic textile

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Thistle mirror I-III

2020

 

stainless steel

Thistle mirror I-III

2020

 

stainless steel

Thistle mirror I-III

2020

 

stainless steel

Passage I-IV

2020

 

stainless steel, aluminum, linen

Moth

2020

 

recycled leather, steel, aluminum, synthetic textile, rubber, found items

One drop at a time, 2020

2020

 

recycled leather, steel, aluminum, synthetic textile, rubber, found items

(editions: 2)

The Dull Flame of Desire (portal)

 

2020

 

steel, aluminum, oil paint, spray paint, epoxy resin

This, what left behind, haunts me, pleasures me and hurts me 

 

2019

 

steel, aluminum, pvc, linen

(editions: 2)

Projects and Exhibitions

 

2021

And the door was kicked open again (as a part of Listening to Voices)

FUTURA - Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague

 

Curators: Mira Keratová, Caroline Krzyszton

Photos: Tomáš Souček

2020

Moth

FUTURA - Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague

2020

One Drop at a Time

as a part of exhibition: Body. Gaze. Power. A Cultural History of the Bath

 

Kunsthalle Baden-Baden (Friedrichsbad), Baden-Baden, Germany

2020

The Dull Flame of Desire

Morasko Meteorite Nature Reserve, Poznań, Poland

2019

The Walls Have Ears

TRAFO - Trafostacja Sztuki, Szczecin, Poland

Photos: Tomasz Koszewnik

2019

Not a gift given, but a choice made

Pawilon, Poznań, Poland

Photos: Panayiotis Mina

2019

This, what left behind, haunts me, pleasures me and hurts me

CAVE gallery, Wrocław, Poland

Photos: Mariusz Maślanka

2019

Either it is raining or it is not (at a particular space and time)

WallRiss, Fribourg, Switzerland

Photos: Guillaume Baeriswyl