The most important experience for me was without a doubt the internship at the Jubilee Arts (later The Public) in 2003. While there, everyone called us – young animators from Poland, artists and in fact, many of us did become artists later on in life and I moved to Great Britain in 2006.
Artist living in London. Apart from completing studies at the Institute of Polish Culture at the University of Warsaw, she also graduated from the Fine Art department (Goldsmiths College, University of London). In 2017, she was a resident of the KulturKontakt in Vienna, an IASPIS grant recipient and in the years 2016-2017, she was the winner of the Artsadmin scholarship in London and participant of the Visionaries in Residence at the MeetFactory in Prague.
Her interdisciplinary practice is focused on social issues and the political contexts of the reality; it covers both research and creating situations, performances, installations and video art. Among the themes that keep recurring in her work are the politics of the everyday, agency, affections and emotions, and narratives about the future from the social perspective, especially with regard to labour, economic, class and gender inequality. The initiated events or meetings serve as catalysts for collective debates and for challenging and testing different ways of being together. Among the better known in Poland projects of the artists are Broniowska Song, Dreamed Revolution, Monument of the Precarious, Together and Tear Shop (with Łukasz Surowiec).