Lou Jaworski (* 1980 in Warsaw, Poland) studied sculpture and installation at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich under Prof. Gregor Schneider and received his diploma with distinction in 2016. Since 2017 he has been working as an assistant of Prof. Gregor Hildebrandt's class. Jaworski works with magnetic materials, iron, silver, graphite or meteorites for his installations and sculptures. His works of splintered or geometrically shaped ferrite magnets are characterized by the tense interaction of material autonomy, ephemeral abstraction and physical laws. Most of his works are concept-based and implemented in a site-specific manner. The artist deals with metaphysical questions associated with formal reduction as well as with the phenomena of human perception.
His works were u. a. exhibited in Phingyao (China), New York, Munich and Tel Aviv. In 2017 Jaworski was part of the Festival of Future Nows at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, under the direction of Udo Kittelmann. In 2016 he received the debut award from the Bavarian State Ministry for Education and Culture and in 2017 the studio grant from the City of Munich. Lou Jaworski's works are part of the Bavarian State Painting Collections and are represented in private collections in Germany and Switzerland.