An independent Artist, graphic designer and curator based in Hong Kong. She holds a PhD in Visual Arts of University of Fine Arts in Poznan, Poland, where she has been studying and working as a professor assistant for more than 10 years.
Since 2018 she has been promoting Polish design and art in Asia. She was involved in curating various exhibitions, including Polish Poster Exhibition: “The Culture of the Poster” in Shenzhen, two editions of "Room PLus" — a series of exhibitions promoting Polish designers, also “Posterized. Poster Art from Poland” at Qube - PMQ, where more than 100 posters were shown. In 2019 she has curated the first Hong Kong edition of JAGDA - Japanese Graphic Design Exhibition at PMQ. She is also a co - Curator of the exhibition #Stopgap 2020 as well as one of participating artists, showing her newest series of collages.
Her Artworks has been shown in numerous exhibitions all over the world. She has also been awarded a number of prizes, such as the 3rd International Experimental Engraving BiennialI in Romania and Katowice Triennial of Graphic Arts, Poland.
In 2019 she created KLIP Lifestyle and KLIP Art that promotes and distributes polish Art and Design in Asia.
My new series of collages came from a fascination about the city of Hong Kong where I have been living for almost 6 years. Hong Kong - a city of networks, escalators, media facades and connective megastructures never stops to fascinate with its variety. The multilayered city full of colors and elements in architecture that are somehow randomly put together creates a kind of collage itself.
I have been collecting printed flyers from museums, exhibitions and events I have visited over the time, as well as newspapers and local magazines and I have recreated some images, emotions and impressions of Hong Kong out of the scraps of all the paper materials.