The Straight Curve engages in a peculiar way with the real two-dimensionality of film and the illusion of three dimensions created by its representational layer. By contrasting various flat geometric figures with filmed images from reality, Waśko reminds us that film produces merely an illusion of three-dimensionality, while in reality the images are recorded on flat film stock.
Quoted from: Ł. Ronduda, Polish Art of the 70s. Avant-garde, Warsaw 2009.
Language: no language
Source: 35 mm
© Ryszard Waśko
Ownership form: deposit