[…] A perverse strategy of annexation of the existing space was used by Zofia Pałucha, who incorporated her drawings into the architectural and colour divisions in the room, allowing the visual chaos of the interior to dominate the display and, indirectly, determine the reception of her works. Her somewhat surreal drawings, combining girlishness and darkness, sexuality, playfulness and anxiety, are based on a hybrid structure and surprising contrasts. Pałucha brings out hidden fears; the “concealed” refers to the shameful, deeply hidden, repressed, unsaid and unobvious, which the artist perversely merges with the fabric of the venue. […]
Małgorzata Miśniakiewicz: Concealed. In: Art Reviev SURVIVAL 17. Catalogue, Wrocław 2019, p. 47.
photo: Małgorzata Kujda