Michal Budny, ‘Steps’, 2016, Galerie Nordenhake

About Michal Budny

Michal Budny works with self-described "homely" materials such as brown paper, cardboard, and tape to build his minimalist sculptures and two-dimensional assemblages. His pieces have a deceptively simplistic appearance, yet are made with an obsessive and meticulous precision. Many of Budny's pieces simplify the architectural forms of everyday life, such as playgrounds and city maps, but he also seeks to give visual form to ephemeral phenomena, such as rain and sound waves.

Polish, b. 1976, Leszno, Poland, based in Warsaw, Poland