“Order” is characterized by an extraordinary subtle expression within minimalism. In the center of the bright, almost monochromatic background, the artist has arranged irregular shapes at thoughtful intervals, creating a composition that gives the impression of both randomness and deeply considered order.


These forms, although simple and geometric, evoke associations with archaic symbols or primitive hieroglyphs. The space between them is just as important as the shapes themselves. Empty space is not so much a lack as a conscious silence that enhances the visual dialogue between the forms.


“Order” can be interpreted as an artistic exploration of the concept of distance – not only the physical distance between objects, but also emotional, intellectual, and even spiritual distance. Ultimately, interpersonal distance.Using simple forms and a limited color palette, the artist creates space for meditation on the meaning of order in our lives. On the ways of organizing space around us and within ourselves. On oneself. Or maybe others?


Each figure, although static, seems to be charged with the potential for movement and change. It is a metaphor for the dynamics of interpersonal interactions. The artist invites the viewer to reflect on their own experiences, social, and emotional relationships.

Series Distance
Year completed 2021
Autor Magdalena Nowatkowska
Technique Acrylic on cotton canvas

104 x 74 x 4 cm / 40.9 x 40.9 x 1.6 (framed)

100 x 70 x 2 cm / 39.4 x 27.6 x 0.8 (without frame)

Inventory D001
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