Trafalgar Square

These truly are the last days 


The Ocelli (film) 

Hello and thank you for visiting my page.


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


I'm a London-based transdisciplinary artist researching and producing at the intersection of art, ecology, and politics. My thesis 'Weeds before meadow: A case for weeds assemblages as the queer ecological models for the world to come' proposes weediness as the esthetical strategy for gaze rewilding. I work with sculpture and images looking at the intimate and mediated relationship humans have with what is culturally understood as 'natural' and question the controls humans exert over the environment.

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


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)


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




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


The Ocelli in
'The Wilderness'

St Pancras New Church, London