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Mother Matter is Pati Starzykowski: artist, communication designer and researcher. Check my instagram for more current works: @mother_matter

London-based artist researchering at the intersection of art, biology and physics. Interested in the intimate and mediated relationship with the vegetal and virtual worlds. Through drawings, sculpture and video I speculate about the dynamics of culturally sanctioned polarities and looking at the symbiotic relationship between nature and technology, or naturecultures from a queer perspective.I have a strong interested in ecologies and currently researching the concept and ecological understanding of weeds as a proposed model. 

Visual Art at the Valais School of Art, Sierre, Switzerland 

MA Art and Science at Central Saint Martins, London, UK

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2021 - Art of the Gap, Shared Campus, International Workshop, Cultures - Histories and Futures, Berlin (DE)

2021 - transference.tv - MA Interim Show, Central Saint Martins, London, UK

2021 - 'See you tomorrow', Open Studio MA Art and Science,Central Saint Martins, London (UK)

2020 - 36th Annual Open Exhibition, Southwark Park Galleries, London (UK)

2017 - ACAVA Open Studios, The Vale, London (UK)

2007 - "Polish pArty summer" exhibition, Project Arts Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin (IRL)

2006 - “Art Ireland” subversive independent exhibition, Dublin (IRL)

2005 - "The Void" exhibition, Musee des Beaux Arts, Sion (CH)

- 11 Biennale de l'Image en Mouvement, Centre pour l'Image Contemporaine, St.Gervais, Geneva (CH

- Heteronormativity of childhood- conference, Zagreb (HR)

- Excentricities, ECAV, Group exhibiton, Progr, Zentrum für Kulturproduktion, Bern (CH)

- Les Halles-les ailes, Group exhibition of international artists, Les Halles carrossiere, Sierre (CH)

CURATING

2010- MisFit’ an exhibition of works by international artists:

 

https://patistarz.weebly.com/misfit.html

PRESS

Autumn issue of the I, science magazine on Diversity published by the Imperial College London, http://isciencemag.co.uk/issuu/magazine-features/issue-47-diversity/

Art Hole Magazine, Issue 2, July, 2020