The Awakenings Project: Galleries (Anton Witek)

Anton Witek


Anton Witek    The work I do is mainly collage, off the wall, and relief sculpture. I mainly use found objects, circuit boards, resistors, computer chips, buttons, beads, and bottle caps - things that are disposed of in everyday life. The edges of the work I try to display like an arranged skyline, like Manhattan, Chicago, or Kuala Lumpur. I pick subject matter from popular news events and things from foreign countries. In the collage in the middle of the piece I try to convey a story, a little bit of a history, a lesson in some. I've been in about thirty countries. I now work as a volunteer for World Relief. I take a Vietnamese family to doctor's appointments, library, Chinatown, and shopping. I also volunteer at Keeler Center, a facility for quadriplegic, paraplegic, Down syndrome, and autistic adults. I help feed them, draw and color, do puzzles, and listen to them. I try to communicate with them.

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