David Fesl

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David Fesl, Untitled (Little Head), 2020

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David Fesl, Untitled, 2020

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David Fesl, Untitled, 2020

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David Fesl, Untitled, 2020

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David Fesl, Untitled (Heel), 2020

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David Fesl, Untitled (Bed), 2020

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David Fesl, Untitled (Onion), 2020

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David Fesl, Untitled (Mascara), 2020

David Fesl

David Fesl’s work investigates attention and the distribution thereof. Using his own visual-haptic experience, Fesl looks for the tiniest objects that we tend to overlook and throw away as waste and forms delicate artifacts out of them. Focusing on detail and the poetics of the critique of the media, Fesl examines the psychology and vulnerability of his viewer. Fesl’s objects point at the world’s cultural richness and the hidden radicality of the crafts. They democratize the conditions in which one can create today. Fesl’s work is closely related to architecture and reacts to the particular context of each of the venues, reflecting the remnants of local modernist traditions and the theory of the aura.

David Fesl, born 1995 in the Czech Republic, lives and works in Prague). His works has been exhibited internationally, including solo exhibitions at Lulu by Museum X, Mexico City (2021) and Karlin Studios, Prague (2020). Group exhibitions include NEVVEN Gallery, Gotemburg (2021), Piktogram, Warsaw in collaboration with SVIT Gallery, Prague (2021), Fait Gallery, Brno (2019), Castlefield Gallery, Manchester (2018), among others.