In his artistic practice Andrzej Jarodzki chooses a various role for himself – he is a Don Kichot, a mountebank, a thief and a Dillinger, he also repeatedly highlights that “there is no such thing as professionalism in art and only at the moment of creation one tend to be an artist”. Therefore he quits the universal idea of heroisation of a figure of artist and the need for a continuous sacrifice for art.
He also breaks the general expectations for artists to format their art by using a singular medium and cultivates the emancipating concept of art’s absoluteness instead. Jarodzki expands means of expression maximally: from painting, sculpture, prints and photography to ready made, installation, utopic projects; and realizes the most crazy concepts. Obviously one of them is the objet trouvé entitled “A Train to Heaven” [Pociąg do nieba] located on the Strzegomski Square in Wrocław, which is literally a locomotive installed almost vertically like it would shoot up to heaven.