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HA MAKOM/This place (in Hebrew) - Meeting place of heaven and earth.


JACOBSWEG/Way of St. James - A network of routes around all of Europe, destined for everyone regardless of origin and religion.


JACOB'S LADDER - A bridge connecting heaven and earth. (This) place where helpers are met.





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A universal symbol of spirituality, hope, a pathway and a destination.

"Lanterns at the world's end" is my very personal respond to the prevailing opinion that "everything in the art has been said and done". When my first artworks were being created, all along i got the impression how there is too much of everything; and yet simultaneously some things were lacking. I felt wrong, I felt it's over... I felt everything. I've been applying new layers of paint to the point where it started to peel off. I felt how life has started to come back to art, and art to life. my mistake, my end, my everything. My beginning. My way from the relation to the manifestation. My conquered fear, fear from making and regarding the mistake. My way from a to z. The anatomy of a mistake -"An art at a fault, or a fault in an art." The world's end in an art.


Do not ask the same questions, how it was in the beginning, just think there's still something to find. there's the end in the beginning! i'm first in it.


Lantern NN by A.Z.




Tabula rasa

Icons: Iconic Cube n/H/e  

/not for sell.

For you (Art)Human

Icons/Cube n/H/e

© 2020 Małgorzata Pindel Kryjak

Design: Sebastian Pindel

Translated by: Joanna Zielińska

© 2020                        Małgorzata Pindel Kryjak

Design: Sebastian Pindel

Translated by: Joanna Zielińska



Humancubism is an image of a human that is in the continuous process of becoming an artist, as well as an image of an artist who sets off to meet a human. This artistical journey resembles space exploration, its purpose not to create but to discover.
The "new" isn't the surface of artistical exploration, because it can function only in the context of what's known. The essence of humancubism is the "different", something so close to the unknown, so alien and extraterrestrial. (Human).
The artist gives up on (although doesn't exclude ) the pursuit of one cohesive, recognisable style in favour of authentic creative process. They try to show the "DIFFERENT" through the use of what's "known". Additionally, departing from "art for art's sake", so unfamiliar to the average person, they write history about/for one human. The artist creates CUBE nothing/Human/everything (Cube.n/H/e), adding history to the created objects. They also give the tools for the viewers to understand the creative process, instead of trying to understand the art which should remain free from any interpretation.
The chosen theme illustrates continuity of the creative process (#long_performance). It indicates the willingness to engage in dialogue, even if there's no agreement. In my own case it's something that's been accompanying me since I took up painting again - a lighthouse, my personal haven and refuge, a light sent beyond the Earth thanks to which the art is limited only in time, but not in space.

There is nothing more universal in the universe than light