Brief CV
She studied anthropology and documentaries. She’s runs with friends Goldex Poldex, an experimental project space in Kraków. In its programming, the space combines art, theory and design. It is independent and 100% self funded (no external public/private sponsoring). In April 2014 she opened a major anthropology exhibition devoted to Alfred Russel Wallace in the Botanical Garden Museum in Krakow. This realization was located on the border between visual arts exhibition and popular science project. She also makes short documentaries. She is part of the BRACIA (artistic duo).
Curatorial Statement
I want to create a model of artistic and scientific cooperation. If we treat art as science experiments, it draws profits for arts and science as well. Boundaries between disciplines are not theoretical in nature at all - they are only historically conditioned. This allows to modify, overlapping and shifting them. Transdycyplinary analysis seems to be necessary to deal with the great problems of the present world. I'm also interested in the status of the errors in scientific history.
Projects realized (Selection)
“Importance of Dust”. Botanical Garden Museum in Kraków, Poland 2014. Topic of the exhibition is Alfred Russel Wallace’s holistic vision of nature. The tittle "Importance of Dust" is tittle of Wallace's essay describing unusual relationship between nature, optics, history, vision, evolution and the place of man in the world. The exhibition shows this historical vision, through evolution of the eye and its extension (reflection, photography, film camera). Tree rooms I The cave and the maps, II Cabinet transformation into the jungle, III Lab of a missing link, IV Importance of dust, V Section of autoeducation, VI Spiritism. "Mathematical Morphology in Teledetection". Igor Krenz’s Exhibition. Goldex Poldex crew, Krakow, 2010. The display alludes to a scientific book with the same title, and the works in it use the method described in the book for processing and analyzing digital images. Random publication "Mathematical Morphology in Teledetection" has become the starting point to illustrate the relationship between contemporary art, science and technology. Krenz moved illustrations from the book in the exhibition space and showed them in the form of sculpture, installation, video, and murals.