Inspired by the naive charm of her native folk art, Bozena Grygoriew’s bizarrely curious creations could be thought of as a visual rebellion against the grey, communistic back-drop of her childhood spent in the town of Konstancin, Poland. To quench her thirst for colour, Bozena draws joyous hallucinations that dance off the page with resplendent intricacy.
Her cold shoulder just means she’s warming to me.
I’m in her head; tunneling like a worm through an apple.
A thought-parasite spidering along her poisoned veins.
Deep in her sub-conscious I sit.
Like a tumor.