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Agnieszka Kozłowska (f)
Artist in Residence

Herkunftsland: Polen
KKA-Residency: 2019
Webseite: http://www.agnieszkakozlowska.com

Portraitfoto: Agnieszka Kozłowska
Portraitfoto: Agnieszka Kozłowska
©Gabriella Disler
Agnieszka Kozłowska, born in 1985, is an artist and researcher whose practice is rooted in mountain landscape. She earned her PhD from Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom. Kozłowska’s work stems from experiments in the medium of photography and is driven by a fascination with the moment of photographic exposure, when a tangible link is formed between the light-sensitive surface and the physical world. She is interested in the potential of photographic objects – understood as physical traces rather than purely as images – to communicate embodied experience of remote natural environments. Carrying a self-constructed 10×8in. camera, she performs solitary walks across uninhabited landscapes to make photographic exposures that are several hours long. She continuously researches unconventional light-sensitive materials that allow her to make unique photographic artefacts directly in the camera.

2011–2014 PhD Fine Arts, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
2008–2010 MA Photography, University for the Creative Arts in Rochester, UK
2010 MA Fine Arts International Exchange, Zürcher Hochschule der Künste, Zürich, Switzerland
2005 – 2008 BA Photography, University for the Creative Arts in Rochester, UK
2007 BA Visual Arts International Exchange, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, NZ
2004 – 2005 Certificate in Photography, Sopot School of Photography, Poland

MAXXX Project Space, Sierre, Switzerland
Festiwal Fotografii Gorskiej, Jelenia Gora, Poland
Nordic Anthology, Fotogalleriet, Oslo, Norway (solo)
Fotografia Kolekcjonerska, Starmach Gallery, Krakow Photomonth, Poland
Spot On 2, NAIRS Centre for Contemporary Art, Scuol, Switzerland
Carved by Light, Kunsthaus Zug, Switzerland (solo)
Carved by Light, akku kunstkiste, Uster, Switzerland (solo)
Forecast Festival, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany
Paper Table Wall and After, National University of Arts, Taipei, Taiwan
Mountains, Threshold Artspace, Perth Concert Hall, Perth, UK
Actinic Festival, Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh, UK
Survival Kit Festival, Umeå, Sweden
b-side Festival, Isle of Portland, UK
Berg-Druck, Baselgia San Nicla, Strada, Switzerland (solo)
Fix, South Kiosk, London, UK
Beyond the Visual, Ex Libris Gallery, Newcastle, UK (solo)
Jahresausstellung, Bündner Kunstmuseum, Chur, Switzerland
Terra Incognita, ARC, Stockton, UK
AHRC Conference, Gallery North, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Digilogue, Unit 44 Hoults Yard, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
By the Aare, Altes Spital, Solothurn, Switzerland (solo)
Queenborough and Rushenden: 360º water, Sheerness, UK (solo)
Prix Photoforum Selection 2010, PhotoforumPasquArt, Biel, Switzerland
Young At Art, Galerie Pius Müller ArtSeefeld, Zürich, Switzerland
Basement Projects I, Museum Bärengasse, Zürich, Switzerland
Art in Unusual Spaces, 42 New Briggate Gallery, Leeds, UK
CASZuidas Urban Screen Festival, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Klaustrid, Skriduklaustur, Iceland
Parc Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Ermenonville, France
Cultureland, Amsterdam / Starnmeer, Netherlands
2011–2018 NAIRS Centre for Contemporary Art, Scuol, Switzerland (multiple stays)
Villa Ruffieux, Sierre, Switzerland
Kunstnarhuset Messen, Ålvik, Norway
2016 AKKU Uster, Switzerland
Stiwdio Maelor, Corris, Wales
IASPIS, for Survival Kit Festival commission, Umeå, Sweden
2011 Altes Spital, Solothurn, Switzerland
2010 Art at the Centre, Sheerness, UK

2018 Stypendium Marszalka Wojewodztwa Pomorskiego, Poland
2017 Adam Mickiewicz Institute, Polish Culture Abroad programme grant
2015 Forecast Platform mentoring programme laureate, Berlin, Germany
Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts grant
Adam Mickiewicz Institute grant
2011–2014 doctoral scholarship, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
2008–2010 MA scholarship, University for the Creative Arts in Rochester, UK

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