Karolina Kubik, born in 1984, daughter of Bogumiła, sister of Katarzyna, granddaughter of Irena and Czesława, visual artist, performer, poet, activist of the Poznań initiative for women "In Our Matters". Through subjective feeling of history, both in the plan of individual and collective experiences, he tries to connect the inexpressible with dialogical forms and the practice of democratizing art. He analyzes the axis between the human body and geopolitics. An important element of her activities is the exchange of subjectivity with the viewer and embarrassing situations within the counterculture. He comes from Zelów in central Poland and Kropiwnica in north-eastern Poland. He lives and works in Poznań. She participated in projects, group exhibitions and performance art festivals in Poland and abroad (including Bratislava, Belfast, Berlin, Edinburgh, London, Lviv, Kaunas, Madison, New York, Skopje, Istanbul, Jerusalem / Tel-Aviv, Tartu, Zagreb).
A graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań (2010), in 2010-2013 she collaborated with prof. Mirosław Bałka at the Studio of Spatial Activities at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań and Warsaw; currently a PhD student at her alma mater, where since 2014 she has been a research assistant in the Video Laboratory at the Faculty of Multimedia Communication. In 2018, as a Fulbright Commission scholarship holder, she completed MFA studies at the Faculty of Performance and Performance Studies at the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Pratt Institute in New York. From 2018, a scholarship holder of the Minister of National Education as part of the three-year scholarships for young scientists employed in research units.
For more information, please visit the artist's website https://cargocollective.com/karolinakubik