Agnieszka Grodzińska, was born in 1984, and ives and works in Poznań, Poland
Agnieszka Grodzińska is an artist specialising in paintings, drawings, objects of art, and video images. She uses the found footage technique, and is interested in multiplication, reproduction and social and individual discipline mechanisms. She writes about art. has written several books, and is known for her research work.
Her works break down the boundary between the surrounding pictures and art and they fill in the gaps between theory and practice.
She has participated in many individual and collective exhibitions both in Poland and abroad. These include Soon this body will be still, at Matca Art Space, Cluj-Napoka, Romania (2019); Second Shower, at the Rodrigez Gallery, Poznań, Poland (2018); Manipure, at MOS, Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland (2018),; Szczecińskie Awangardy, at the National Museum, Szczecin, Poland (2017); Roy da Prince, at the Futura Gallery, Prague (2016); Stretching Space, at the Inda Gallery, Budapest, Hungary (2016); Open Studio. Artist in Residence, at the Futura Karlin Studio, Prague (2016); and Saturation Rhythm, at the Laboratorio Gallery, Prague (2013).
She has twice been awarded a scholarship from the Visegrad Fund (2016, 2018); she has participated in residency programme at the Gyeongju Art Centre during the International Residency Art Festival, in Gyeongju (Korea 2019) and in Bartok-negyed/Eleven Blokk Art Foundation (Budapest 2018), Futura Karlin Studio (Prague 2016), betOnest/The Emergence of a New Art Space, Stolpe/Oder, Brandenburgia (2017), Institut für Alles Mögliche (Berlin 2015), BANSKÁ ST A NICA Contemporary (Slovakia 2014).
This year, she was awarded a scholarship by New York’s Art in General. She has defended her doctoral thesis on painting at the University of the Arts Poznań, she is the author and co-author of artistic and scientific publications. Agnieszka co-runs Drawing Studio at the Academy of Fine Arts Szczecin, and serves as a curator and teacher.