Oskar “OK” Krajewski

Recycled Future © Oskar "OK" Krajewski

Recycled Future © Oskar "OK" Krajewski

Recycled Future © Oskar "OK" Krajewski

Recycled Future © Oskar "OK" Krajewski

About Oskar “OK” Krajewski:

Born in 1979 in Poland, Oskar studied in Academy of Fine Arts, Lodz, Poland. Now living and working in London, so far, OK has exhibited over 15 times (group and solo) in London and beyond. Under the “OK” brand there are several freelancers helping with the artistic concepts and projects. The main activities of OK are Sculptures, (conceptual) Photography, Video, Installation, Paintings & Drawings.

About Recycled Future:

Recycled Future is an exhibition of 5 years worth of work in sculpting, by Oskar “OK” Krajewski, which highlights the important message of sustainability. It is a NeoSculpture made of over 25,000 pieces such as watches, computer parts, toys and many many more. This piece is reminding us of the vast number of unused materials such as plastic or any unwanted goods – all are brought to life, with new meaning and beauty. His sculptures employ the latest technologies; sensors, light, sound and movement.

Duratran Printing and Bespoke Lightbox Framing by Genesis Imaging.

Oskar on his practice:

“I invest my time in solid and complex creations, thought-provoking and interactive. My inspiration comes from visions, dreams, technological and spiritual studies and practice. My art is to intrigue, to please the viewers eye and to provoke thoughts. One of my main goals and wishes is to influence the general public so they are more drawn to art. There is only an elite awareness about what is happening in the art world today. Through Art, I would like to convey the message about importance of the subconsciousness and connection to nature and oneself.”

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