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Joanna Lyczko, born in Poland; 1984
Education
2009-2011 Gray’s School of Art, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen
BA (Hons) Photography and Electronic Media
2007-2009 HND Photography and Imaging
Exhibitions and awards
2012
Here/Now Polish Contemporary Artists in Scotland at the Edinburgh Art Festival. Royal Scot… Read More
Joanna Lyczko, born in Poland; 1984
Education
2009-2011 Gray’s School of Art, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen
BA (Hons) Photography and Electronic Media
2007-2009 HND Photography and Imaging
Exhibitions and awards
2012
Here/Now Polish Contemporary Artists in Scotland at the Edinburgh Art Festival. Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
Aberdeen Artist Society, Aberdeen Art Gallery, Annual Exhibition
New Contemporaries 2012 Friends of the Royal Scottish Academy Award, Edinburgh
'Octopi' used as publicity image for RSA New Contemporaries 2012 at the Royal Scottish Academy of Art & Architecture
Image featured in Art Mag, Plog Magazine
2011
National Royal Scottish Academy Award, New Contemporaries 2012, Selected Artist.
Gracefield Arts Centre. Edinburgh.
Street Level Photoworks, Futureproof. Glasgow
Image featured in Perspectives, Art Mag
6Foot Gallery. Glasgow
2010
For Sale, Limousine Bull.
Dissemination, The Academy. Aberdeen
Nostalgia, Kilaou. Aberdeen
This is Central Station, publication. Glasgow
2009
Castlegate, collaboration with Craig Barrowman, Peacock Visual Arts. Aberdeen Read Less
We often think of photography as a testimony of memory or reality. For Joanna the mind’s eye, both conscious and subconscious, works almost like a photographic lens. Whilst photography as a medium allows to record physically real people, objects and situations the above can also be arranged to create an image whic… Read More
We often think of photography as a testimony of memory or reality. For Joanna the mind’s eye, both conscious and subconscious, works almost like a photographic lens. Whilst photography as a medium allows to record physically real people, objects and situations the above can also be arranged to create an image which is inherently “unreal”, unusual or somehow out of place. The relationship between photography, mirroring, and how the medium is able to reflect both reality and fiction, is of interest. Her subject is often expressed in a metaphorical yet personal way. Read Less
Member Since: May 31, 2012