One of the central motifs of Buczkowska’s early works is the circulation processes inherent in biological structures, but also those the artist finds in space created or transformed by humans. The linear composition entitled Obieg [Circulation], shown at the exhibition, is a good example. This work gives the impression of an architectural drawing or diagram, but it depicts the architecture of the building with its internal system of holes, pipes, ducts, tubes and pipes like a living, biological organism. A young man standing in the upper right corner, perhaps a fitter, is, or should be, the guarantor of its proper functioning. The artist has developed analogies between architecture, urban planning, and living organisms in numerous similar works.