Sława Harasymowicz is a visual artist. Originally from Kraków, Poland, she is currently based in East Kent on the North Sea coast. Harasymowicz uses drawing, screen-based media, copy, digital reproduction and printmaking in works exploring the relationships between text and meaning, word and context, art and language, (lack of) image and imagination.
Her work has been presented by The Freud Museum, Bunkier Gallery, The Ethnographic Museum of Kraków, V&A Museum, BWA Gallery Tarnów and The National Poetry Library Southbank Centre and she has recently exhibited at Archaeology of Photography Foundation | Social Centre for Photography Warsaw. Harasymowicz is an alumna of the Royal College of Art and the Jagiellonian University. Her investigations in the context of de-censored WW2 archives and personal memory form the basis of her practice-based PhD at University of the Arts London.
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