Born 1989, Poland.
Lives and works in London.

EDUCATION

2009 - 2012

BA (HONS) Fine Art, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London, UK

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS AND PROJECTS:

2017
hot, hot, hot, l'etrangere gallery, London, UK
Neon Inn, Art Walk, Warszawa, Poland

2016

Dream Works, group show, Lethaby Gallery, CSM, London, UK
SCOPE Art Show, Miami Beach, USA
START Art Fair, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
Layered Narratives, l'etrangere gallery, London, UK

2015

Guests of Honour, Hotel Bristol, Warsaw, Poland
Juice, Acme Project Space, London, UK
The Drawers, Kasia Michalski Gallery, Warsaw, Poland

2014

Image to scale, ACME+CSM Associate group show, John McAslan Gallery, London, UK
Sunday, collaboration with Thomas McCaughan, Coleman Project Space, London, UK

2013

a glitch, Die-Ohrring-Boutique, curated by MARS!, Munich, Germany
when they meet again, collaboration with Katharina Aigner, 3A Project Space, Gdynia, Poland

2012

Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Liverpool Biennial and ICA, London, UK
Black Zero (1965), Moondial (1966), restaging of Aldo Tambellini's performance, Tate Modern, London, UK
Transposition by Tina Keane, Tate Modern, London, UK
There is no plan, Degree Show, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London, UK

2011

Rough For Film, collaboration with Katharina Aigner, Display Window Gallery, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London, UK

2010

Time Being, Euston Square Underground Station in association with Art Below Ltd. and Polish Culture Institute, London, UK

AUROBOSERPENTINE, performance with Luigi Ontani, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK

FILM SCREENINGS AND FESTIVALS:

2015
Mono 3, curated by Rafal Zajko, London, UK

2014

Selected III - US tour, touring programme produced in partnership with Videoclub and Film London Artists' Moving Image Network (FLAMIN) including screenings at:

Northwest Film Center, Portland, USA
Seattle International Film Festival, USA
Artists' Television Access, San Francisco, USA
No Festival Required at Space 55, Phoenix, USA
3Exploded View Gallery, Tucson, USA
Echo Park Film Center, LA, USA
Spectacle Theater, New York, USA
Hillyer Art Space, Washington DC, USA

Here is always somewhere else, PALA project, intermittent digital broadcast

2013

Summer Screening, Season 1, Almanac Projects, London, UK

Selected III, touring programme produced in partnership with Videoclub and Film London Artists' Moving Image Network (FLAMIN) including screenings at:

Nottingham Contemporary, UK
Star and Shadow Cinema, Newcastle, UK
CCA, Glasgow, UK
FACT, Liverpool, UK
Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK
Duke of York's Cinema, Brighton, UK

I Know What You Did Last Summer, no.w.here, London, UK

Black Maria (Richard Wentworth and GRUPPE), curated by Osei Bonsu, CSM, London, UK

2012

[X]FEFV, Art Kino Croatia, Rijeka, Croatia

Kalina/ Kalina, Galeria Praca, Warsaw, Poland

Analogue Recurring, curated by Bea Haut and David Leister, Lo&Behold Gallery, London, UK

2011

Ekran Otwarty, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Zamek Ujazdowski, Warsaw, Poland

I have not seen it all, curated by Katharina Aigner, Tonkino Saalbau, Vienna, Austria

Selected I touring programme produced in partnership with Videoclub and Film London Artists' Moving Image Network (FLAMIN) including screenings at:

Brighton Festival, Brighton, UK
Picture This, Bristol, UK
Showroom Cinema, Sheffield, UK
Star and Shadow Cinema, Newcastle, UK
Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, UK
Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK

2010

KRIK Festival, Rijeka, Croatia

(D)FEFV, Krk, Croatia

Videoholica Film Festival, Varna, Bulgaria

CURATORIAL PROJECTS:

Film Salon, ICA, London, UK

AWARDS:

2013

Graduate Studio Programme, in partnership with Central Saint Martins and Acme Studios, London, UK

PUBLICATIONS:

2012

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2012

W rezultacie powstajÄ… obrazy/ It ends with image making

[X]FEFV

2011
Aesthetica Short Film Festival

INTERVIEWS:

Viva! Moda - interview with Maja Kasprzyk, photographs by Marcin Tyszka

ICA - interview by Roger Hiorns

culture.pl - interview by Agnieszka Le Nart

Boys will be Boys- interview with aqnb