Mirus Gallery presents ACCIDENTAL DIVERSION, a solo exhibition from Polish street artist NAWER. November 17 - December 9, 2017
NAWER ARRIVES IN SAN FRANCISCO WITH NOT ONLY A NEW BODY OF WORK BUT ALSO A NEW CONCEPT AND APPROACH TO HIS TRADITIONAL PAINTINGS. ACCIDENTAL DIVERSION LITTERALLY REFERENCES THE, ACCIDENTAL AND REDIRECTION IN HIS WORK. OBTAINING A NEW FORM IS CREATED BY A LATER CONNECTION AND REASSEMBLING OF THE INITIAL STRUCTURES. THE ARTISTS' SIGNATURE GEOMETRIC FORMS AND MARKS ARE DECONSTRUCTED AND COLLAGED BACK TOGETHER FORMING NEW ANALOG FORMS OF GLITCH. "AN INTERPRETATION OF DYNAMICS AND MOVEMENT WHICH ACCOMPANY CREATION. NATURAL SOUND REFLECTION, VISUALIZATION OF THE RETURNING NOISE, REFLECTED SOUND. DIVIDING IT INTO FRAGMENTS TO OBTAIN THE FINAL IMAGE. THE VISUAL EFFECT OBTAINED IN THIS WAY SEEMS TO BE MORE SOPHISTICATED RETAINING THE SPATIAL NATURE OF RECEPTION AND LEAVING THE SPONTANEITY OF INTERPRETATION." THIS WILL BE THE ARTIST FIRST EVER UNITED STATES SOLO EXIBITION AND FIRST SINCE NAWER'S SUCCESSFUL SOLO EXHIBITION IN 2015 C0-CURATED BY TAKASHI MURAKAMI AT TOKYO'S KAIKAI KIKI GALLERY.
NAWER is an Architect, designer, street artist, and graduate of Architecture and Urbanism program in Krakow. Has been involved with street art since the mid 90's. In 2003, began to devote time between painting and freelancing in interior design. Created Artde7 Studio in 2006, with a focus on interior and graphic design, along with scenography. Creativity stems toward isometric graphics as extant of public and functional spaces. Interior spatiality is described as a blend of objects within space, while painting by perspective and axonometry using aerosol as a main medium. The combination of these two approaches allows a fresh take on the design of arrangement and creativity of an interior space. As his own style evolves, the goal is to always strive forward in an effort to connect painting with architecture.