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Kornelia Dzikowska (b. 1990) graduated from the Faculty of Film Art Organisation of the Film School in Łódź in 2013. In 2016-2017 she studied at art faculties of Die Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Stuttgart, and Die Universität der Künste, Berlin. She is a graduate of the Faculty of Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in the studio of Roman Woźniak where she is currently finishing her PhD work. She was twice granted the scholarship of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage for remarkable artistic achievements (2015/2016 and 2016/2017). Kornelia is also the laureate of the Rectors’ Award at the international exhibition of the best graduate pieces of Fine Art Academies in Gdańsk (2018). Finalist of the competition “Hestia Artistic Journey” (2017) and international competition organised by Artmagedon “(Nie)Obecność”. In 2021, she received an art scholarship  of the President of the Capital City of Warsaw and completed a scholarship in Düsseldorfie related to the 100th anniversary of Joseph Beuys’ birthday. In recent years, she has had solo exhibitions in the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art (“Power Play”, 2020), Galeria Miejska BWA in Bydgoszcz and Artists’ Colony in Gdańsk (“Notes on the Passage of Time”, 2020) and Zona Sztuki Aktualnej in Szczecin (“the deity of mine”, 2019). Her works are featured in both private and public collections, including POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. She creates sets and costumes for numerous theatrical productions, including “Bunbury” dir. Kuba Kowalski in Theatr Wybrzeże, Gdańsk, “Radio Mariia” dir. Roza Sarkisan and “Flights” dir. Michał Zadara in Teatr Powszechny in Warsaw. Dzikowska’s approach assumes that what is unbelievable may turn out to be fact, the unreal can be real, and lie can become truth.

Website: http://korneliadzikowska.com/
@korneliadzikowska

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„Cancer Constellation 5 VII:22 VII”, 2019

object, minerals, styrofoam, 1,6 x 3,5 x 4 m

„Cancer Constellation 5 VII:22 VII”, detail, 2019

object, minerals, styrofoam, 1,6 x 3,5 x 4 m

„Everything is Fine”, 2020

video, 3’01”, sound
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„Thing About Desire”, 2018

installation (sack: 3 x 3,5), PVC, water and video HD, 6’35”, no sound

„Pop-up Monument”, 2016

object, PVC, 450 x 70 x 70 cm

from the “Notes from the passing time” series

graphics, colour print, 32,1 x 42,8 cm

from the “Notes from the passing time” series

graphics, colour print, 32,1 x 42,8 cm

from the “Notes from the passing time” series

graphics, colour print, 32,1 x 42,8 cm

from the “Notes from the passing time” series

graphics, colour print, 32,1 x 42,8 cm

from the “Notes from the passing time” series

graphics, colour print, 32,1 x 42,8 cm

from the “Notes from the passing time” series

graphics, colour print, 32,1 x 42,8 cm

from the “Notes from the passing time” series

sculpture, MDF, various sizes

from the “Notes from the passing time” series

sculpture, MDF, various sizes

from the “Notes from the passing time” series

sculpture, MDF, various sizes

„I Wish I Could Understand You”, 2016/2018

colour photography, 30 x 50 cm

„Stolen Landscape”, 2019

object, marble, 40 x 150 cm

„Power Play”, 2020

installation, fabric, light, paint

„PASTWARDMAN”, 2020

ready-made installation, 180 x 150 x 40 cm

„PASTWARDMAN”, detail, 2020

ready-made installation, 180 x 150 x 40 cm

„Pieta”, 2014

one-channel video, 2’54”, sound

„Pieta”, 2015

one-channel video, 3’46”, sound

„Cross-fit”, 2016

one-channel video, 1’35”, sound

„Monumental Observation”, 2015

one-channel video, 3’06”, no sound