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Sława Harasymowicz is a Polish-born artist now living and working in London. Using mainly drawing, photography, screen-printing and found footage, Harasymowicz poses questions around history, memory and narrative, the personal and the public, as well as the relationships between word and image.
Her recent exhibitions included: Ersatz, a solo show at the Ethnographic Museum, Kraków, Poland (2014), A Tourist in Other People’s Reality (other collaborating artists were Cecilia Bonilla and Joanna Rajkowska, Vestry House Museum London (2013), and Wolf Man, a solo show at Freud Museum, London (2012).
Harasymowicz is currently a PhD researcher at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London (Fine Art, practice-based). She studied at the Royal College of Art, London (MA Visual Communication Art and Design, 2006) and is also an MA graduate of the Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland.
Harasymowicz is the author of Wolf Man, (Self Made Hero, 2012), a publication that fused a graphic novel and artist book formats, in an adaptation of Sigmund Freud’s case study of Sergei Pankejeff. Twice first prize winner in the V&A Illustration Awards, in 2010 she was a member of the V&A Awards jury.
More info/selected recent projects (2014-2012):
- Ersatz, solo show, The Ethnographic Museum, Kraków, Poland. 2014
- A Tourist in Other People's Reality, Vestry House Museum, London, 2013
- Wolf Man, a solo show, Freud Museum, London, 2012
- Wolf Man, a graphic novel, Eye magazine review, 2012
- PhD research