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Małgorzata Dawidek Gryglicka

Malgorzata Dawidek Gryglicka’s artistic and academic interests combine literature, anthropology and visual arts. She deals with the language aspect of communication. From this perspective, she analyzes issues of language awareness, the borders and possibilities of language, as well as the human body and corporeality perceived as a reality text. She uses texts of the body to talk about organic physicality, which appears to be a continuous narration, the text in process, polymorphic stories. She is interested in the limit states of the body, aspects of gender, inexpressible emotions, physical limitations and mental blockages.

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Małgorzata at the UCL Festival of the Arts here 

 

Malgorzata Dawidek Gryglicka isavisual artist, Polish born, based in London. She studied Painting (1996-2001) and Art Criticism (1997-2002) at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań, Poland and hold a PhD in art history from the Institute of Art History at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (2009). Between 2004 and 2007 she was an academic teacher in Institute of History of Art at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and Professor Assistant in Department of Painting at Academy of Fine Art in Poznań, Poland. Since 2013 she is an Assistant Professor in the Institute of European Culture at The Polish University Abroad in London.

Dawidek Gryglicka’s artistic and academic interests combine literature, anthropology and visual arts. She deals with the language aspect of communication – the relationship between words and their visual representations, their designata. From this perspective, she analyzes issues of language awareness, the borders and possibilities of language, as well as the human body and corporeality perceived as a reality text. She uses texts of the body to talk about organic physicality, which appears to be a continuous narration, the text in process, polymorphic stories. She is interested in the limit states of the body, aspects of gender, inexpressible emotions, physical limitations and mental blockages.

Malgorzata combines a wide range of media in the creation of her projects – textual objects and installations, painting, animation, photographs, written drawings and hypertexts which are then displayed in galleries, public spaces and as published works of art and record.

Her relevant artistic achievements include solo shows in the most influential galleries [Bialystok BWA Gallery, Foksal Gallery in Warsaw] and museums [Wroclaw Contemporary Museum] in Poland, as well as participation in numerous group’s projects in Poland, Slovakia, Germany and Spain. In 2013, she took a part in a key event – The Culture for the Eastern Partnership Congress in Lublin. In 2012, she was chosen to participate in the prestigious Curators’ NETWORK project, the goal of which is to support the work of an international group of artists and curators selected by a jury of prominent critics from various European countries. In 2014 she was selected to take a part in SOMETIMES Artistic Residency, The Art House, Wakefield, UK.

She is also a researcher of visual literature and the author of numerous articles, studies and books on visual texts, including “A Piece of Poetry” (Krakow-Warsaw 2012) and “History of the visual text. Poland after 1967″ (Wroclaw-Krakow-Warsaw 2012), which was awarded of the National Centre of Culture in Poland Prize for the for the best doctoral dissertation in the field of culture studies (2010).

Malgorzata Dawidek Gryglicka was awarded artistic grants from the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage (2002, 2010), the “Young Poland” Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage scholarship for young artists (2012), the Mayor of Poznan award (2005) and The Pollock-Krasner Foundation artistic grant (2004-2005).

Contact:

www.dawidek.art.pl, contact@dawidek.art.pl,

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