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Joanna Wlaszyn is a Polish-French interdisciplinary artist and researcher who lives and works in Paris. Her works fuse visual language with conceptual experimentation to create new kinds of aesthetics, with universal narratives accessible to all. Her artistic practice incorporates both traditional and new media through digital art, interactive and multimedia pieces focusing on technological evolution, and constantly evolving post-digital culture. She purposefully creates hybrid artworks, combining creative art and technology, by working with 3D, digitally generated images, video, prints, and installations to explore how technology challenges our perception of nowadays reality. Education
Ph.D. in the Critical Theory of Architecture from University Paris-Est France, Master degree MS in New Media Art & Design from ENSCI Paris, Diploma of architect DPLG from Gdańsk University of Technology in Poland. Teaching /Research Experience
Professor and thesis advisor at Paris College of Art, Paris; Associate assistant professor at School of Architecture ENSA Paris-Malaquais; guest speaker at School of Architecture ENSA Val de Seine, Paris; Co-organizer, coordinator, and scientific supervisor of the international seminar: U&U Urbanism and Urbanization LIAT Research Laboratory/ENSA Paris-Malaquais. Exhibitions
Her work has been the subject of international exhibitions in museums, galleries, and art festivals: CICA Museum, Gimpo-s in South Korea, ADAF Athens Digital Arts Festival in Greece, Artifact Exhibition at the International Art and Design Biennial in Saint- Étienne, LACADA Center in Los Angeles, ADNEC National Exhibition Centre, Abu Dhabi, ON-OFF gallery in Paris and Untitled Space Gallery in New York, among others. Publications
Scientific publications exploring the impact of digital technologies on architecture and visual arts: Mutations du projet. Milieux et cultures numériques. Presses Universitaires Nancy (2015); New Media Histories/Historie Nowych Mediów (2014); Ambiances in action (2012); Kybernetes, Vol. 40, no 7/8 (2011); From the Things Themselves. Architecture and Phenomenology (2009); The Digital Age in The Multiple Faces of Identity In The Designed Environment. Nottingham Trent University (2009). Awards/Acknowledgments
The Aesthetica Art Prize /100 Contemporary Emerging Artists (2019), Land Art Generator Price /LAGI (2011), Research Grant /BRAUP (2009-11). Website