Each of Gryzmala's installations are sight specific, taking into account the volume, shape, lighting, and texture of the existing space. This particular installation, inspired by the London skyline, stretches and wraps around the space, through hallways and around a pillar.
According to Monika, her favorite part of any installation is the "moment when drawing becomes sculpture". Just such a moment is captured here. The line between two and 3D is blurred as the drawing peels away from the wall.
Her medium of choice is tape...of any kind and any color. The slight difference in color and the subtle translucency of this medium creates an amazing experience for the viewer. Its also a very practical choice, allowing her installations to exists seamlessly.
The tension and sense of movement created by her gradation techniques and carefully placed strips is really amazing!
DESIGN. INSPIRE. REPEAT.