June 13 – August 26, 2023
Exhibited at Ceramic Art Pavilion (Respublikos st. 3, Panevėžys)
The exhibition „Interference” is an exhibition of ceramics inspired by visible and invisible phenomena shaping nature – ceramics defined by process. It is a search for the boundary of animate and inanimate matter, bringing with it the question of our presence, of interference.
The author studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, Poland, at the Faculty of Sculpture and Intermedia, where he obtained a diploma in 2016. His final work/sculptural object „Question about Space” received the Rectors’ Award at the Best Diplomas at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk exhibition 2016.
Currently works as an assistant in the Studio of Drawing Basics at the Department of Sculpture and Intermedia at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, organizes and leads the plein-air „Alternatively Ceramics“.
To realize his creative ideas, he designs and builds kilns for firing ceramics and melting metals. Work in the fields of sculpture, installation, drawing, ceramics and creating sculptures from metal.
Dmitrij is the Grand Prize laureate of the international virtual exhibition „Transformation” Bonartproject in 2021 and received an honorary award at the National Review of Ceramic Sculptures, WL4 in Gdansk 2019.
Participated in various exhibitions, open-air events, and seminars in Poland and abroad in Slovakia, France, Romania, Lithuania, Latvia.