Boris Kupczik

Boris Kupczik

Even as a youngster in his father’s workshop, Boris Kupczik liked to experiment with an assortment of materials. Mainly metals, or whatever the Elbe River’s rising tide happened to yield, were subsequently transformed into different basic commodities. Usually without any drafts, and spontaneously pursuing ideas, a feeling of satisfaction would arise. It’s the process that Boris Kupczik cares to delve into and carry on and is actually what he’s doing today.

Boris, how do your creative ideas evolve?
It’s very difficult to force creative thinking and ideas. Just starting up, either with paper and pencil or at the computer and by letting myself go, is what I find very helpful. Ideas and pictures pop into my head and direct me along an entirely different path, that’s how one thing leads to another.


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