In her work, Emila Bogucka continuously seeks and experiments.
The world which is clear and lucid does not satisfy her. She seeks something in between; between materiality and immateriality, between reality and a dream, between stability and elusiveness. Her sculptures seem to fly, to be out of touch with reality, and to lose their materiality. She uses semi-translucent material, which is, on the one hand, extremely fragile and delicate, but on the other, it is particularly durable. Emilia works in resin which is tinted bright and warm colors. Synthetic shapes devoid of details emerge from it. The figure immersed in them seems to be intangible.