Sława Harasymowicz is a visual artist using drawing, photography and moving image along with more typical 'graphic media', such as screen-print or digital reproduction in works exploring the relationships between text and meaning, word and context, art and language, (lack of) image and imagination. Her point of departure is often 'archive', as a strategy and a cognitive tool to pose questions around the validity of recollection, the ambiguity of reconstruction, political representation and autobiography.
Harasymowicz has recently exhibited at Archaeology of Photography Foundation, Warsaw (2020), Crate Margate (2019) and Margate Town Museum in collaboration with Turner Contemporary (2018), BWA Gallery Tarnów (2018) and Bunkier Gallery, Kraków (2017-18). Alumna of the Royal College of Art London and the Jagiellonian University Kraków, she is currently undertaking a practice-based PhD in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London. She lives in East Kent on the North Sea Coast.
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