About me

2015 to date PgD History of Art, Nice Sophia Antipolis University, Nice, France

2014 to date MPhil, Royal College of Art, London, UK

2009 MA (Honours) Glass Design / Printmaking and Photography Annexes
Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw, Poland

2007 Glass Art, Photography, Video Art
Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem, Israel

2005 BA History of Art, Wroclaw University, Poland

2005 Glass Art, Lviv National Academy of Arts, Lviv, Ukraine

2003 History of Art, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw, Poland

2003 Fine Arts, Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Poland

In my research in glass the main trajectory is colour, which takes control over form and therefore speaks for itself. Molecular solution is colourless - not matter as such - but size and shape, or perhaps particles' motion must be the cause and carrier of colour. While forming glass, I follow, or I am against, this movement of the coloured glass flow, sculpting the object by its colour outlines and their juxtaposition, respectively. Consequently, the idea that colour may be perceived integrally as a dimensional constituent of form requires the application of 'haptic vision', which was common to ancient Egyptian cognition. This haptic vision of colour, as opposed to the optical vision of light, causes the sensation to pass from one level to another.