About DAVID JABLONOWSKI
TITLE: Futures, (Mapping)
DIMENSIONS: 14.5 x 22 cm
MATERIAL: cnc-milled brass, onyx
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The work ‘Futures (Mapping)’ is related to a series of works and ongoing research into financial markets in relation to commodities and their projected future value.
born 1982, Germany
Lives and works in Amsterdam (NL)
In his works, Jablonowski examines the surface and the evolution of contemporary communication technologies, such as printers, scanners, projectors, hyperlinks, cnc-milling machines as well as 3d printed material. In sculptures, videos and installations, he focuses on the development of language as a technically reproducible code, and its aesthetic development and impact on the shapes of objects with respect to the communication of knowledge and information. His artistic interest is on the sculptural quality of communication techniques, as well as the specific aesthetics of different historical media formats that have a long-term impact on perception and cultural self-conception. Jablonowski reflects on the influence of technological processes on society, the shape of objects as well as contemporary sculpture.
Solo exhibitions include: Centraal Museum, Utrecht (NL, 2019), Kunsthalle Baden-Baden (De, 2017), Kunsthalle Lingen (DE, 2015), Kunstmuseum Den Haag (NL, 2013), Baltic Gateshead (UK, 2013), Westfälischer Kunstverein (DE, 2012), Dallas Contemporary (USA, 2011), Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (NL, 2010).
Jablonowski’s work is part of the collections of a.o. Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (NL), Kunstmuseum Den Haag (NL), LWL Landesmuseum, Münster (DE), BundesKunstsammlung (DE).