Young artist from Poland Daria Wartarska works every day with the industrial glass- bottles and jars. She makes innovative and ecological objects for everyday use from old products. Using ready-made forms of objects, she gives them a completely new life. Technique allows her to avoid the cancellation of materials and the excessive use of energy. Wartarska makes her products with the “cold technique“, which implies cutting, polishing, grinding and adjustment. The result of such approach to work is creativity, and using of half-products leads to the innovative and original approach to the product design. Objects that Wartarska makes, such as jugs, glasses, cups, bowls or vases, are very qualitative products for everyday use, which carries the traces of the past, completely different function, which makes them attractive and suitable for the reflection about the role of the object.
Dari Wartarska is a graduate student on the Department for glass and ceramics at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw. He finished her studies specializing in glass. Also, he is a graduate student at the Department of the History of Art at the Wroclaw University. From 2010 works as a designer in one company and leads the studio of glass and ceramics “Cooperative workshop“. From 2015 she leads her own designing company in Berlin.
Polish Embassy in Sarajevo sincerely invites you to the first authors’ exhibition by Daria Wartarska in BiH- RE-DESIGN. The exhibition will be officially opened on 23rd February at 7 p.m. in the building of the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo, Obala Maka Dizdara 3. The exhibition will be opened until 28th February. During her visit to Sarajevo, Daria will make workshops of glass processing for the students of the Academy.