Inside Job
Ula Lucińska &
Michał Knychaus

In Flames
with works:
Kerosene (Times comes round), stainless steel, aluminum, silk, wood, headlamp, 2021
The Serpent, wood, stainless steel, aluminum, found objects, 2021
Mirror in Flames I-III, stainless steel, 2021
The Wreath, wood, stainless steel, aluminum cast, 2021
Weeping Leaf, recycled leather, silk, stainless steel, synthetic textile, rubber, 2021

At a galloping pace, raging fires mark the landscape like a red-hot iron. Soils are scorched, skies painted with toxic smoke. With this before us, no one can ignore the impact of climate change. An upward trend of conflagration risk rings loud and clear, resulting in a global increase in terrestrial temperatures — the symptom of a relentless economy. Entitled "In Flames," the first solo show in France by Polish artists Ula Lucińska and Michał Knychaus, working as a duo under the pseudonym Inside Job, presents the fateful remains of a charred world. Conceived under a speculative vision, the exhibition poses the eminent question of the future of our civilization — what will remain, what will survive.
- Indira Béraud

more at:
LilyRobert Gallery

exhibition view:
In Flames
LilyRobert Gallery, Paris, France
photos: Aurélien Mole