-- Åpent atelier lørdag 25. september 2021 --
Wiktoria Gazda (1994, Poland) works mainly in space, with objects and installations. Interested in the relation of physical and intangible, she usually chooses materials based on their symbolic meaning. Her practice reflects on the interdependence of emotional states, culture and physical experience. She often refers to psychology and motifs well established in our culture to examine current issues.
C. Sundts gate 55; 5 etg.
2019 - 2021 University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway: fine arts, master studies
2020 - 2021 Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Germany: textile art
2015 - 2018 University of Arts, Poznan, Poland: art education, specialization: artistic practice, critics and promotion, bachelor
"First Principle" Galeria U Jezuitów, Poznan, Poland
CHOSEN GROUP EXHIBITIONS
"First International Festival of Manuports" Kohta Gallery, Helsinki, Finland
"Oma Taidetalo Show" Oma Taidetalo residency, Simpele, Finland
"A little bigger than the entire universe" Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, Norway
"KMD: Textil" Galleri Salhus, Bergen, Norway
"TAKEOVER" Galleri Fi4e, Bergen, Norway
"Cow" Galleri Flig, Bergen, Norway
"The Administration" Bergen Kjøtt, Bergen, Norway
"Window Exhibition" Bergen, Norway
"8. Charity Auction of Contemporary Art APERIO" The Municipal Art Gallery Arsenał, Poznan, Poland
"Water" Gallery of Science and Art Club at Collegium Biologicum, Poznan, Poland
"Naturally" Gallery of Science and Art Club at Collegium Biologicum, Poznan, Poland
"Fibonacci Sequence" private collection, Warsaw, Poland. Aquired 2017.
"Spring" private collection, Poznan, Poland. Donated 2016.
PUBLICATIONS & PRESS
"Love" Pireus, Poznan 2018, s. 6-7.
"8 Charity Auction of Contemporary Art Aperio" The Municipal Art Gallery Arsenał, Poznan 2017, s.40.
"A little larger than radio: The Opening" aired 16. 04.2021 on Vers Libre Radio.
"A little larger than radio: Critics Talk" aired 18. 04.2021 on Vers Libre Radio.
2021 Oma Taidetalo, Simpele, Finland
2021 Diversestipend for nnyutdannede, The Norwegian Art Council