In an exhibition at the Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, Slominski will present reliefs, paintings, and drawings, as well as several sculptures. A colorful liveliness emanates from the reliefs, while other works strive for clear elegance, and a third group of works is rough and uncouth. The works are made of polystyrene, which is meant to insulate and warm.
The exhibition begins with sharp traps that Slominski invented for all kinds of art spaces. When touched, they are triggered. In their refinement and brutality they are fascinating bearers and interpreters of social mechanisms, while also conveying precise intellectual analyses and psychoanalytic shifts.