Marek Tomasik, born in 1976 in Świecie, Poland is a graphic artist, a sculptor, a space – time continuum compositor and a street actor. Since 1998 a press illustrator (he’s made more than 1000 illustrations in main Polish newspapers and magazines). He was twice a laureate of international press design ‘Chimera’.
Since he was 4 he’s been taking up sculpture. He’s last sculpture is installation which is situated in historical castle in Świecie, Poland. It’s called “You sometimes have to be open”. It’s a room 5m width x 4m length and 4,5m high.
The artist’s made it for almost 3 years of dead computers, wood and pallets. He treats those abandoned and waste objects as some kind of our reality notes. A kind of jotting which are written unconsciously by human beings in passing of their true life. “You sometimes have to be open” is one part of much bigger art world.