Blok • 2021 –

Untitled (2022)
acrylic on canvas • 60x60cm

The ongoing painting series “Blok” was created during the global quarantine, drawing inspiration from wandering thoughts and dreams. This collection reflects a mental limbo, a liminal place of transition and self-reflection which both physically and mentally encompasses a limited space. Stojanowicz’s pixelated black-and-white paintings visualize the idea of a “grey, concrete apartment complex,” a place where people live, yet simultaneously is embedded in those who inhabit it. This space serves as a reminder of our limited memory, which stores everything in low resolution.

Untitled (2022)
acrylic on canvas • 60x80cm

Dream 6 (2022)
acrylic on canvas • 50x70cm
Dream 4 (2022)
acrylic on canvas • 20x20cm
Dream 5 (2022)
acrylic on canvas • 50x50cm
Better Times (2021)
acrylic on canvas • 100x100cm
Dream 2 (2021)
acrylic on canvas • 28x68cm
In Your Area (2021)
acrylic on canvas • 24x30cm
Dream 3 (2021)
acrylic on canvas • 27x28cm
11AM Sense of Dread (2021)
acrylic on canvas • 60x80cm
Dream 1 (2021)
acrylic on canvas • 50x70cm

Featured shows

2022 – Crisiskunst 010. Galerie Niffo. Rotterdam

2022 – Eigen Domein. LOU Oudenoord. Utrecht

2022 – Place to Be. Galerie Pouloeuff. Naarden

2021 – House Peace. Hotel Mokum, Amsterdam

2021 – Dit is Culture. Red Floor Gallery, Rotterdam


“LOU Oudenoord / EIGEN DOMEIN.” Art Utrecht, 15 Feb. 2022

“Groepsexpositie Place to Be! Bij Galerie Pouloeuff.” Beroeps Organisatie Kunstenaars, 20 Jan. 2022

“Kunstexpositie ‘Place to be’ bij Galerie Pouloeuff start binnenkort.” Bussums Nieuws, 13 Jan. 2022

“Expositie Place to be bij Galerie Pouloeuff.” Digitale Kunstkrant, 12 Jan. 2022

“Kraken Gaat Door.” Vice Video, 23 Mar. 2022

“Pak Mokum Terug (Taking Amsterdam Back) – Activists and Artists demonstrate the need of alternative ways of living.” Metropolis M, 16 Nov. 2021

“Studenten van kunstacademie exposeren in het Alexandrium Shopping Center.” OPEN Rotterdam, 20 Apr. 2021