Central Saint Martins - UAL
Beata Wilczek is an artist, curator and fashion lecturer. Since 2007 she has been extensively working with art institutions, universities and brands. She holds MA in Culture, Curation and Criticism from Central Saint Martins and MSc in Social Psychology from University of Social Psychology SWPS. Her research based practice reflects on art and fashion systems and objects and meanings they produce. She writes, makes collages, instalations, exhibitions and video-essays.
Her works have been exhibited in museums and galleries in Beijing, Poland, London, Berlin and Paris and published in New York Times, Frische, Novembre and many other magazines. Recently she has been commissioned by European Capital of Culture Wrocław 2016 to create FOLD, an exhibition and educational programme based on intensive research on art and fashion. Her interest in fashion is also academic, as she lectures on fashion in relation to power, art and theory on university level. She also writes on art na fashion and is a contributor to such magazines as Unpolished, Novembre and Address.
Beata has worked on wide range of exhibitions and art events in Poland and London. Since 2011 she has been a Director and Chief Curator of a artist-run space Czarny Neseser. She has also curated two large institutional group shows, NOMADIK at Design BWA, about neo-nomadism, virtual transition and multi locality and The best exhibitions that never took place at Wroclaw Contemporary Museum, about unrealised ideas and speculative curating.
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