Wojciech Feć is an artist, designer, and inventor, living and working in London. His work focuses on utilising modes of play as creative methodologies.
You wouldn’t go to a magic show expecting a miracle
there will be no rapture, no deliverance, or forgiveness of sins
only smoke and mirrors, and silks disappearing in fake thumbs,
and fanciful misdirection
suspend your disbelief
Then un-suspend it when you leave the theatre,
and go back to dis-believing
As if scepticism was a virtue
Why do they put nutrition labels on packets of bubble gum,
if you’re not supposed to swallow it anyway?
(It doesn’t really stay in your stomach for 7 years like they told you it would)
Beers without alcohol, coffees without caffeine, sex without having to do it,
bubblegum without sugar
“No Artificial Flavours” would you please shut the fuck up already
'Delights' is a visual anthology of magic, artifice, and wonder — probing the tumultuous relationship between image and truth. Part investigation, part personal narrative, and part a magic trick in itself, 'Delights' remixes photographs, drawings, renders, and ai-generated imagery — sampling from pop culture, advertising, propaganda, religious imagery, and product directories — evidencing the joys and perils of being deceived.
The project adopts the form of an interactive modular system of semi-transparent tiles featuring images and symbols — a hybrid of Eames House of Cards and Fridge Magnet Poetry; serving as a toolkit facilitating play, creativity, and exploration, by inviting participants to collaborate and create serendipitous connections.
Link, layer, spin, and flip elements to combine them into new arrangements, playing with opacity and transparency to reveal and obscure meanings. Create letters, stories, shapes, and labyrinths. Play pranks, perform magic tricks, make poems, find patterns, invent games, or use them as drink coasters.
'Digestive', born (2022) out of love of biscuits and chatting, is a monthly reflective publication from the Visual Communication BR13 studio at the Royal College of Art. We create content based on the collective theme of the month – designed, collected, and shared on a single piece of paper.
Previous issues of Digestive include Digestive, Tunnelling, Leftovers, Collective Mapping and Crusty Sunburn where we explore the gut, crumbs of conversation(s), parasites, tunnel-vision, pockets, the weather, rock pools, tubes, ideal holidays, nostalgia and revel in the sharing of nan’s recipes.