Born January 15th 1984 in Warsaw, Poland. In 2009, she finished her Masters of Fine Arts at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. She currently lives and has a studio practice in Boston, MA. She is an abstract artist and an interior designer.
As an artist I attempt to convey my internal, emotional condition through 2D and 3D creations. Often I am inspired by certain human states that capture my attention and I am not able to pass them without reaction. Those states refer to the galloping development of our civilization which brings me the feeling of being caged and helpless. Modern society is changing at an accelerating pace and the cult of success, youth, and functionality leaves a feeling of suffocating oppression. I strive to capture those emotions and express them in an intuitive manner through my art work.
While in the process of creating, I observe my surrounding from a distance. In order to see things freshly, I have to close my eyes in order to open them again to forget about everything that I know. In doing so, I am able to capture an intriguing sight of damaged, prefabricated, synthetic urban structure. Beauty is charming to me, however, ugliness has become a fascinating and inspirational factor in my artistic creation. In abstract, imperfect painting, I find critical counterweight for continuous and rapid world development. Moreover, through imperfection and obscurity I see a creative potential, in that, devastated and blasted landscapes seem more authentic. By finding a person in such an environment, I feel an internal need to look at his emotions to understand his seclusion. I wish to grasp this state and I need to express to humanity what it is that I see every day.
Watching humanity’s struggle toward happiness, fulfillment, and peace is stimulating my need for painting. Generally, I consider this struggle to be without end and I doubt it’s possible to truly experience complete bliss. I believe after a person enters the adult world, he gets into the modes of culture and the social world; then he becomes instructed and subjected to various limitations. These limitations close the doors to total happiness, create a longing for what is missing, and produce a feeling of hollowness in the soul. I think there are certain ways in which people try to fill in this space. Sometimes they try to overflow it with alcohol, sometimes they try to mute it by continuous action, and sometimes they live with the belief that they have everything that they need. It is only when they look deep into themselves do they find, in the bottom of their soul, seclusion, anxiety, and the lack of fulfillment. …Read More