The works of Martin Kozlowski reflect the transitional states between the digital and the analogue. In a play of manipulating the different layers that form the final image, the artist constructs systems of structures that blur the borders of the foreground and the background and manages to unite the possibilities of digital image generation and a distinct gestural application of paint.Touching on artistic positions working with the means of spray paint, Kozlowski developed his own distinctive visual language.
Martin Kozlowski (*1984) lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden. He studied art at Goldsmiths University in London and graduated as a master student at Staedelschule under Amy Sillman in 2017. The artist’s works have been presented at exhibitions in Stockholm, London, Berlin and Frankfurt amongst others. Martin Kozlowski is the 2018 prize winner of the Vera and Göran Agnekils Stipend of the Royal Academy of Arts, Stockholm.