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Damien Borowik is a 'plasticien'. He takes the french term for visual artist literally, portraying his interest in shaping medium through various creative processes during the art of making. In his practice, Borowik uses both traditional and contemporary tools, from paint to code, brush to machines.
Damien Borowik is a French artist based in London. His work explores the art of making and the creative processes occurring in the act of creation. He works with various medium, exploring their shaping through tools.
The artist's practice has a strong emphasis on aesthetics and serendipity.
Although Borowik likes to express his emotions through abstract paintings, he also develops his own creative tools digitally and physically, letting the audience engage with the creation of the artwork. His work spans many disciplines including video, sound, light, digital and new media, installations, performances and traditional painting.
Borowik started working on his drawing machines in 2014. The machines are built in an iterative process using mechanical components, electronics and programming code.
Currently, six machine drawings are being included in the Victoria & Albert Museum's collection.
Over the past two years, Borowik’s drawing machines have been commissioned by Christian Dior Couture (Paris), used in a project with Samsung Electronics (Seoul) and have been exhibited at the Southbank Centre (London) during the Web We Want festival in summer 2015. Machine and drawings were also exhibited at the latest Kinetica Art Fair in London and invited at the major exhibition Creative Machine at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Borowik graduated with honours from Central Saint Martins and completed his Masters studies in Computational Arts at Goldsmiths.
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