Levan Mindiashvili is a Georgian born, Brooklyn based visual artist whose practice involves
multiple artistic mediums, including sculpture, painting, neon, and tapestry, and focuses on the
transitional state of current social forms.
Polak makes site and community responsive art that reframes immigrant-citizen relations, amplifying efforts to end immigrant detention and racial profiling, and creating strategies for resisting hostile authorities.
Formally, my work is a study in abstract, complex, organic forms based on my childhood nightmares. I work predominantly with materials found in the waste stream like plastic bottles, junk mail & excess packaging.