• Weronika Wysocka

    Visual artist, creates films, installations and virtual projects. In her works, she refers to different aspects of human imprints, such as the progress of technology and its impact on entities and nature. An important role in the artist’s works is played by the reflection on the mental condition of man. Her works reveal the amplitudes of the morphing emotionality resulting from the connection of the real and interface worlds. Since 2021 she works together with Oskar Pawełko in artistic duo Oom. 

    The initiator of the artistic residency for young artists, Turnus Słupsk; founder and curator of the end-less program. In 2019 she lead the NARRATION STRATEGIES workshop at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Curator of online exhibition Scrolling the System for Zachęta – National Art Gallery. A graduate of the Mirosław Bałka’s Studio of Spatial Activities in the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw did an exchange program in UdK Berlin and Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem. Her works have been shown among others in Zachęta – National Gallery of Art, Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, TOP – Photography Museum Tokyo, Backehause Art Complex Miami and Lokal_30 Gallery.

    STATEMENT https://secondaryarchive.org/artists/weronika-wysocka/


    2013-2018 Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Mirosław Bałka studio of Spatial Activities
    2018 Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design Jerusalem, Fine Arts Department
    2015 Akademie der Kunste Berlin, Visual Communication department

    as uso Oom – „The Discomfort of the evening”, Zachęta – National Art Gallery, Warsaw, PL

    Who will write the history of tears, Warsaw Museum of Modern Art, PL
    The crooked circle, Promocyjna Gallery, Warsaw, PL
    Solo show – Nobody’s fool, Artists Colony Gallery, Gdańsk, PL
    Solo show – The gentelness of respect with the quality of the touch, NOWY ZŁOTY, Lublin, PL
    Short Waves Film Festival, Poznań, PL

    Milk me sugar, Arsenał Gallery, Białystok, PL
    Something in common, Warsaw under Construction, MoMA Warsaw, PL
    Pandemic consequance: dreams, Serce Człowiek Gallery, Warsaw Gallery Weeekend, PL
    Scrolling the System, Zachęta – National Art Gallery, Warsaw, PL
    Our bomb is a flower – why quit, Wroclaw, PL

    below zero – Industra Art Space, Brno, CZ
    where all problems end – Baltic Gallery of Contemporary Art, Słupsk, PL
    Collective capital – Museum of Cooperatives History, Warsaw, PL
    Foreign Bodies – video screening, Zachęta – National Art Gallery, PL
    Festival Mondial des Cinémas Sauvages Brussels, BE
    Project X, Zachęta – National Art Gallery, PL
    Her Own Way Female Artists and the Moving Image in Art in Poland: From 1970s to the Present, TOP Museum Tokio, JP
    I try to move the free Hand, Gallery Wozownia, Toruń, PL

    Sculpture in the Bush, Cooperative Krzak, Warsaw, PL
    Pret-a-Porter, Lokal 30 Gallery, Warsaw, PL
    Coming Out, Koneser, Warsaw, PL

    Turnus Słupsk, Słupsk, PL
    Holiday Break, Salon Akademii Gallery, Warsaw, PL
    Rekonesans II, FIU Miami Beach Urban Studies, Miami, USA
    Final of Hestia Artistic Journey, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw, PL
    Nothing is happening, Institute of Photography Fort, Warsaw, PL
    Tarnów, Tarnów, BWA Tarnów, PL
    Deep Water, Gdańska Galeria Miejska, Gdańsk, PL
    Jerzy Jarnuszkiewicz Notes from the Expanse, Zachęta – National Gallery, Warsaw, PL

    S1_92537, VI season of project Otwock Studio, Otwock, PL
    Videonews, Labirynt Gallery, Lublin, PL
    Recognition, Ney Gallery, Warsaw, PL
    Rekonesans, Backehause Art Complex, Miami, USA

    Rundgang, UdK, Berlin, Germany

    Untitled individual exhibition, Turbo Gallery, Warsaw, Poland


    ZAiKS Authors’ Association award in the field of visual arts

    Finalist of Hestia Artistic Journey
    Scholarship of the Mayor of Słupsk for the Creators of Culture
    Scholarship of the Marshal of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship for the best art universities students


    KONTEMPORA, Kyustendil, BL
    Bunkier Gallery, Czerniowce, UA


    This is Krzak Papier Issue 1 – The subject is Waste, published by krzak collective