26/0105/03/2023
upcoming exhibition from the Project Room series

Jagoda Stączek

Kunstkamera.Cabinet of Curiosities

  • Kunstkamera.Cabinet of Curiosities, an exhibition by Jagoda Stączek, is the third installment of 2022/2023 season of the {Project Room} series of presentations of young artists, who are given the opportunity to stage an individual show at one of Poland’s most prestigious contemporary art institutions.
    • The 2022/2023 {Project Room} season will continue with exhibitions by Zuzanna Srebrna, Kolektyw Tarta, and Agata Żołądź-Yolik Nal.
  • The shortlisted artists have been selected from among candidates who responded to the open call by a jury consisting of: Krystyna Różańska-Gorgolewska, Curator, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle (president); Stanisław Brach, Professor, Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw; Rafał Łubowski, Professor, University of the Arts in Poznań; and Grzegorz Wnęk, Professor, Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków.
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  • Jagoda Stączek
    • was born in 1990 in Wałbrzych and still lives there. She graduated with a diploma in Art Education from the Faculty of Painting, Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. She has worked with Newsweek Psychologia, KUKBUK magazine, Pismo, and Wysokie Obcasy, among others. Her work has also been presented in K Mag magazine and by the Puro Hotel chain. Jagoda loves to play with meanings, often pulling elements out of their natural setting and changing the context. She also has an affinity with time-worn, yellowed newsprint paper and herbariums. Whenever she travels, she collects old magazines, fragments of damaged books and forgotten photographs found in back-alley antique shops and Sunday flea markets. Most of her collages are created in this way. While she prefers to use paper scraps, with her favourite tools being scissors and glue, she also creates digital collages. Her main inspiration is traditional painting baroque paintings in rural churches, renaissance portraits, old post-German atlases of plants and anatomy that inspired a mixture of fascination and fear throughout her childhood. She has also created a series of moving dioramas, inspired by 19th-century paper theatres. All this is always combined with a hint of macabre humour, inside jokes and hidden subtexts. For more information, see: www.blueberrythinks.pl and Instagram @blueberrythinks

 

  • Exhibition opening
    • 26/01/2023 (Thursday)
      • 19:00—22:00
      • admission free
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  • Exhibition on view through
    • 05/03/2023
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  • Admission free on Thursdays.
Wednesday 11:00—19:00
Thursday 11:00—20:00
Friday 11:00—19:00
Saturday 11:00—19:00
Sunday 11:00—19:00
{Project Room}
Media partners
The exhibition has been financed by