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Rafal Piesliak

Rafal Piesliak

Lithuania • Born in: 1983

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Lithuanian artists

Conceptual sculptor creating spatial installations and objects using various sources of light. The work of Piesliak can be divided into periods, during which the artist dedicates all of his creative energy to the development of a specific theme. As a result of these theme-based cycles, the artworks created by the sculptor become a kind of each other’s continuation and are closely interconnected by conceptual links. One of the most important themes of the work of Piesliak, which has been an object of his extensive exploration, is the connection of a person’s mental and emotional state with the surrounding environment. In his installations, the artist reflects over the topic by changing and reshaping the exhibition space through the use of various techniques, and engaging the viewers as well as their experiences in the creative experiment. Everyday sources of light used by the sculptor as tools to transform the atmosphere symbolise facelessness and alienation of social medium. According to Piesliak, the objects used in his work have no individual meaning, while as a whole they serve as an instrument to shape new experience of the observer. With the apparent nakedness of exposed structures evoking an industrial feel, the installations of Piesliak address deep topics pierced with psychological experiences and are often created for a specifically selected space, displayed once and later dismantled by the artist.
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Rafal Piesliak, Untitled, Design

Rafal Piesliak

Untitled, 2018 5.9 x 15 x 15 inch Design

£855

Rafal Piesliak, Element, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

Element, 2021 55.1 x 1.6 x 1.6 inch Sculpture

£1,197

Rafal Piesliak, First, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

First, 2021 37.8 x 37.8 x 3.1 inch Sculpture

£1,197

Rafal Piesliak, From series Barricade, Design

Rafal Piesliak

From series Barricade, 2017 19.7 x 19.7 x 5.9 inch Design

£684

Rafal Piesliak, Urban, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

Urban, 2021 89 x 13.8 x 13.8 inch Sculpture

£1,026

Rafal Piesliak, Homely, Design

Rafal Piesliak

Homely, 2021 81.9 x 11.8 x 11.8 inch Design

£1,026

Rafal Piesliak, Untitled, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

Untitled, 2021 11 x 7.1 x 6.3 inch Sculpture

£1,026

Rafal Piesliak, Untitled, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

Untitled, 2021 34.3 x 5.9 x 5.9 inch Sculpture

£1,026

Rafal Piesliak, Untitled, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

Untitled, 2021 27.6 x 15.7 x 15.7 inch Sculpture

£684

Rafal Piesliak, Spine, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

Spine, 2017 65.4 x 18.5 x 27.6 inch Sculpture

£1,197

Rafal Piesliak, Barricade, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

Barricade, 2016 78 x 23.6 x 35.4 inch Sculpture

£1,197

Our recommendations Rafal Piesliak, It could be a flower, but it is not, Design

Rafal Piesliak

It could be a flower, but it is not, 2020 70.9 x 25.6 x 25.6 inch Design

£3,077

Rafal Piesliak, Untitled, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

Untitled, 2018 11.8 x 9.8 x 9.8 inch Sculpture

£598

Rafal Piesliak, Untitled, Design

Rafal Piesliak

Untitled, 2018 7.1 x 11.8 x 11.8 inch Design

£427

Rafal Piesliak, Untitled, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

Untitled, 2018 14.6 x 6.3 x 6.3 inch Sculpture

£513

Rafal Piesliak, From the series "Remembering", Design

Rafal Piesliak

From the series "Remembering", 2019 95.7 x 23.6 x 23.6 inch Design

£1,709

Rafal Piesliak, From the series "Remembering", Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

From the series "Remembering", 2019 89.8 x 12.6 x 12.6 inch Sculpture

£1,709

Rafal Piesliak, From the series "Broken", Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

From the series "Broken", 2019 88.6 x 19.7 x 19.7 inch Sculpture

£1,709

Rafal Piesliak, Antenna, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

Antenna, 2018 90.6 x 15.4 x 14.2 inch Sculpture

£1,709

Rafal Piesliak, Cross, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

Cross, 2020 51.2 x 51.2 x 2 inch Sculpture

£1,880

Rafal Piesliak, Stay Home III, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

Stay Home III, 2020 47.2 x 15.7 x 2.8 inch Sculpture

£1,880

Rafal Piesliak, Legacy, Design

Rafal Piesliak

Legacy, 2021 63 x 23.6 x 15.7 inch Design

£1,709

Rafal Piesliak, Untitled, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

Untitled, 2018 15.7 x 15 x 9.8 inch Sculpture

£598

Rafal Piesliak, Untitled, Design

Rafal Piesliak

Untitled, 2018 7.9 x 6.7 x 6.7 inch Design

£427

Rafal Piesliak, From the series "Remembering", Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

From the series "Remembering", 2019 87 x 13.8 x 13.8 inch Sculpture

£1,709

Rafal Piesliak, From the series "Remembering", Design

Rafal Piesliak

From the series "Remembering", 2019 90.6 x 9.1 x 9.1 inch Design

£1,709

Rafal Piesliak, From the series "Remembering", Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

From the series "Remembering", 2019 92.9 x 8.7 x 8.7 inch Sculpture

£1,709

Rafal Piesliak, From the series "Remembering", Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

From the series "Remembering", 2019 90.6 x 15 x 15 inch Sculpture

£1,709

Rafal Piesliak, Dash, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

Dash, 2021 32.3 x 14.2 x 2 inch Sculpture

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Rafal Piesliak, Fabric, Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

Fabric, 2021 66.9 x 3.9 x 3.9 inch Sculpture

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Rafal Piesliak, From the series "Broken", Sculpture

Rafal Piesliak

From the series "Broken", 2019 14.2 x 9.8 x 5.9 inch Sculpture

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Who is the artist?

Conceptual sculptor creating spatial installations and objects using various sources of light. The work of Piesliak can be divided into periods, during which the artist dedicates all of his creative energy to the development of a specific theme. As a result of these theme-based cycles, the artworks created by the sculptor become a kind of each other’s continuation and are closely interconnected by conceptual links. One of the most important themes of the work of Piesliak, which has been an object of his extensive exploration, is the connection of a person’s mental and emotional state with the surrounding environment. In his installations, the artist reflects over the topic by changing and reshaping the exhibition space through the use of various techniques, and engaging the viewers as well as their experiences in the creative experiment. Everyday sources of light used by the sculptor as tools to transform the atmosphere symbolise facelessness and alienation of social medium. According to Piesliak, the objects used in his work have no individual meaning, while as a whole they serve as an instrument to shape new experience of the observer. With the apparent nakedness of exposed structures evoking an industrial feel, the installations of Piesliak address deep topics pierced with psychological experiences and are often created for a specifically selected space, displayed once and later dismantled by the artist.

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When was Rafal Piesliak born?

The year of birth of the artist is: 1983