Katarzyna Bogusz

Visual artist and curator. Graduate of Art Mediation at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław in the Studio of Spatial Relationships of Dr. M. Wrońska, Photography at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań in the 5th Studio of Photography of Prof. K. Kuzyszyn/ VIIth Studio of Photography of Dr. K. Baranowski completed with an annex in the V Studio of Drawing of Prof. J. Kozłowski. She is also a graduate of Theater Studies at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. She is involved in site-specific installations, using non-standard exhibition spaces.

Marcin Derda

Artist, sculptor, performer, author of installations and videos. Graduate of the State High School of Fine Arts in Koscielec, from 2020 a student of sculpture at the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw in the studio of Professor Grażyna Jaskierska-Albrzykowska. Winner of scholarships and art competitions, among others: the scholarship of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage (2020), the Mayor of Wrocław (2021), Winner of the First Prize in the Super Forma competition (2022). His works have been presented at numerous solo and group exhibitions at home and abroad.

Klaudia Kasperska

Visual artist specializing in digital and post-digital media. Director of lights and multimedia, author of installations. Graduate of Media Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław (2022) and Theater Studies at Jagiellonian University (2017). She is a two-time winner of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage's creative scholarship (2024 and 2021), winner of the OP_YOUNG mentoring program of the OP_ENHEIM Gallery in Wrocław (2023), winner of the 10th National Competition of the Best Diplomas in Media Art (2023), winner of the Format Editor's Award in the competition of the Best Diplomas of the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław (2022). As a director of lights and author of projections, she has collaborated with dozens of theater institutions throughout Poland and abroad. She has presented her works in group and individual exhibitions at BWA in Wrocław, Krupa Art Foundation, Pavilion of the Four Domes, Wrocław Contemporary Museum, among others. In her artistic work, she focuses on the widely understood medium of light and explores post-digital visual strategies, inspired by the perception of humans effectively entangled in digital media.

Ala Savashevich

Artist of Belarusian origin, creates sculptures, installations and video works.She studied sculpture at the Belarusian State Academy of Arts in Minsk and the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, and is currently a doctoral student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków. Her work explores themes of collective memory and identity formation in societies with experience of authoritarianism and patriarchy. She is particularly interested in the mechanisms of socialization into the role of women in family systems, education and through the gendered division of labor. While reworking the history of exploitation and violence, she also visualizes the prospects for reclaiming solidarity,  empowerment and freedom. She lives and works in Wrocław, Poland.

Daria Kowalewska

Sculptor, graduate of the Faculty of Ceramics at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław. She deals with sculpture in metal, wood and ceramics. What is important for her in the creative process is the connection of forms existing in nature with abstract shapes giving only the impression of associations with what has already been created. She has presented her works in exhibitions: "Collection or Selection" at the National Museum in Gdansk, "Luci Ed Ombre del Legno Symposium" in Italy. She has participated in artistic open-air workshops associated with the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, "Cosmic Nature" and "LAB ORO" in Orońsko.

Ada Lach-Lewandowska

A visual artist, in March 2021 she defended her master's thesis entitled. "Interpretations of spatiality. Place as sculpture." majoring in Sculpture at the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław. She is a laureate of the ZPAP Association award for her diploma work presented at the "Art of Transition '21 Best Diplomas of the Academy of Fine Arts" exhibition in Wrocław. In her work, she explores the meaning of time, space and memories. Her works have been presented at individual exhibitions "Personal Places" at the Jest Gallery in Wrocław, "Timescape" cave x artlokal and group exhibitions including "Foreign Body" at the MD_S Gallery of Contemporary Art and "Auditorium Comicum", at the University of Wrocław Museum.

Agnieszka Gotowała

Visual artist, photographer, performer. She graduated from Photography at the University of Arts in Poznan. Her areas of interest are exploration, experience and transformation in areas related to the human condition and nature, as well as memory and identity contained therein. She has exhibited her works in Poland and abroad. The series of works "I am my home" was presented as part of solo exhibitions in Wrocław (Miejsce Przy Miejsce 14 Gallery), during Rybnik Foto Festival, Interchange in Batumi, Fotofestiwal in Łódź and Suwon International Photo Festival. She is the winner of PhotoLab Batumi Photo Days 2019 and has participated in artist residencies including Kunstnarhuset Messen in Norway.

Aneta Lewandowska

Visual artist, graduate of the Faculty of Painting at the E. Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław. In 2020 she received a diploma with distinction in the Painting, Drawing and Electronic Media studios. She studied as an exchange student at Kunstuniversität Linz (Austria) and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków. She has presented her works in individual exhibitions "less serious, more magic" (gallery 33, Ostrów Wielkopolski) and "sticks and lines" (JEST gallery, Wrocław). She works with the Hawaiian ceremonial massage Lomi Lomi Nui. Since 2020, she has been cultivating the 'flourishing' project.

Viktoriia Tofan

Artystka wizualna, absolwentka Akademii Sztuk Pięknych w Kijowie oraz Wydziału Malarstwa na Akademii Sztuk Pięknych im. Eugeniusza Gepperta we Wrocławiu. Swoją pracę dyplomową prezentowała w ramach wystawy indywidualnej „ZWYKŁE NIEZWYKŁE” (BWA Studio, Wrocław).  Pozostałe projekty artystki, zaprezentowane zostały w ramach zbiorowych wystaw takich jak „Mikstury Kultury (Narodowe Forum Muzyki, Wrocław), 11. TRIENNALE MAŁYCH FORM MALARSKICH, (Galeria Sztuki Wozownia, Toruń), „Love Letters” (Almanac Projects, Londyn), Nagi Nerw. Studio Mistrzyni: Rajkowska (BWA, Wrocław) oraz podczas 19. Przeglądu Sztuki SURVIVAL we Wrocławiu. Żyje i pracuje we Wrocławiu.

Emilia Marcjasz

Artist, traveller and kayaking instructor. Graduate of the E. Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, majoring in glass art and design, and the Academy of Physical Education. She works with glass, metal and ceramics. Her works have been presented at group exhibitions such as: "Junior Glass Ways" (Huta František, Sazava, Czech Republic), "International Glass Biennale 2019" (Sofia, Bulgaria) and during the individual exhibition "Beginning" (Puckglas, Puck).

Jakub Jakubowicz

Intermedia artist, graduate of the E. Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław. He defended his diploma in 2019 in the sculpture studio of Professor Grażyna Jaskierska-Albrzykowska. He has participated in numerous national and international plein-airs, including Bardo 2013, Bludov 2015 and Orońsko 2017. In 2019, he received a scholarship from the Municipality of Rymanów and a grant from the Municipality of Iwonicz-Zdrój for the realisation of his diploma work Traces and the organisation of an individual exhibition zgórwysyny at the Czasoprzestrzeń gallery in Wrocław.

Oktawian Jurczykowski

Student of animated film and special effects at the Cinematography Department of the Polish National Film School in Łódź. In 2018, he participated in the imMobilized exhibition in Paris, presenting an eleven-metre installation composed of photographs of fabrics and clothes. In the same year, he presented his work in Wrocław, during the 16th SURVIVAL Art Review. In 2020, he was the winner of the ShowOFF Section during Photomonth in Kraków. He creates, among other things, photographs, animated films and illustrations. He spends his free time in Wrocław or Berlin.

Nikita Krzyżanowska

Painter, student at the Faculty of Painting of the E. Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław in Professor Marek Jakubek's studio. She deals with expressive, vivid painting, which can be situated on the borderline of expressionism, abstraction and graffiti aesthetics. She is associated with the Wroclaw-based group Church of Nihilists and the Warsaw-based gallery Śmierć Frajerom. She has presented her works in solo exhibitions including: "In the criminal MC the truth is still shown" (Big Room Gallery, Warsaw), "666 PLN gross" (MD_S, Wrocław) and as part of collective exhibitions of the group Church of Nihilists in Wrocław, the project "Wien darf nicht Österreich werden!" (GPL contemporary gallery, Vienna), "I invite you to vernissage #7" (Śmierć Frajerom Gallery, Warsaw). Scholarship holder of the project der Sommerakademie Die Rösslstube in Dresden (2019). She lives and works in Wrocław.

Lilianna Zeic (Piskorska)

Visual artist, Doctor of Fine Arts. Graduate of the Faculty of Fine Arts at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, in 2011 a student at the University of Warsaw. In 2017 she defended her doctoral thesis at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Toruń (supervisor Elżbieta Jabłońska). Member of the Group on the Vistula River since 2013. Finalist of the Forecast Forum at Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin in 2017. Winner of the audience award: Views 2019: Deutsche Bank Award. Her work has been shown in over 90 group and solo exhibitions. She lives and works in Wrocław.

Dorota Morawiec-Winiarska

Visual artist, sculptor. Graduate of the Faculty of Sculpture and Painting at the E. Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław (2016). The main area of her work is sculpture, often entering into relations with drawing. She lives and works near Wrocław.