Curator, artist, producer and cultural animator. As of October 2021, she is acting director at the EL Gallery Art Center in Elblag.
She graduated in film studies from the Institute of Audiovisual Arts at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Studium Animatorów Kultury in Gdansk with a specialization in film, and art criticism from the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk. Founder of the A KuKu Art Association, where until 2017 she carried out authorial and interdisciplinary art projects including Parking (2007-2016) and ARTLOOP Festival (2011-2017). In her independent curatorial practice, she often refers to the history of places or people. He enjoys non-obvious locations and site-specific projects. She often refers to space in her narratives, creating experiences rather than presentations.
Her most recent independent art project, “The Dark Side Of The Sun,” addresses concepts such as ecological debt, climate depression and ecocide, among others, and stems from current changes in nature, climate change and the ecological catastrophe we are facing. From 2018 to 2020 she worked as head of exhibition production and curator at TRAFO Trafostacja Sztuki in Szczecin, and in 2021 she was responsible for the annual program of Szczecin’s One Second Gallery.
Since the summer of 2019, together with Ela Jablonska and Wojtek Kotwicki, she has co-founded the W788 Foundation, which runs residency programs in Kozielec on the 788th kilometer of the Vistula River, and the ARBUZ Association, co-managed with Honorata Martin, Piotr Pawlak and Aurora Lubos, among others, for cultural and aid activities for people in refugee crisis and migrant women and men. She is a recipient of the honorary badge of “Merit for Polish Culture” (2017). In 2021, she was awarded the Special Prize of the Marshal of the Pomeranian Voivodeship for the initiative Art without borders for the benefit of the Homo Faber Association and assistance to people on the Polish-Belarusian border, as well as the winner, together with the ARBUZ Association, of the most important Cultural Award of the City of Gdansk “Splendor Gedanensis” for 2021 and the most important decoration of the City of Gdansk – St. Adalbert Medal.
For the past two years, she has been co-curator of The Eye Never Sleeps Festival.