Hesi Glowacki creates compositions that imbue reality with elements of fantasy to indicate emotions and spirituality that underlie physical aesthetics. Glowacki's work focuses on themes encompassing memory, otherness, and trauma, spanning influences from personal experience, religion, popular culture and fashion.
Hesi Glowacki asks questions about the role ritual plays in today's experience and the nature of things and their transformation, through the unique use of language, materials, and techniques. Glowacki juxtaposes the primitive with the contemporary and sets the cycles of deconstruction and repair placed on the borderline of fine art and artefact.
Hesi Glowacki completed his undergraduate studies in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins (UAL, 2020).
Hesi Glowacki has been awarded the Chelsea Arts Club Trust / Zsuzsi Roboz Scholarship (2022).