Dorota Buczkowska & Przemek Dzienis

Hybrid Figures

Inspired by a vision of photographing a sculpted structure projected on a nude, we started working on a series of photographs depicting models ‘dressed’ in objects. The forms displayed on the body absorb it, the new growths deform it/redefine its shapes. The Hybrid Figures project is based on the collaboration between two media, which allows us to create a new context, both for the sculpture and for the photograph.

Dorota Buczkowska (born 1971) – graduate of Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts (Sculpture Department). She also attended Centre National des Arts Plastiques Villa Arson in Nice (France) and Warsaw University (Gender Studies). Dorota Buczkowska is an interdisciplinary artist working in different media: painting, drawing, installation and video. Her works have been featured, among others, in numerous solo exhibitions organized by Polnisches Institut Düsseldorf, Skulpturenmuseum in Marl, Centre for Contemporary Art in Warsaw, BWA and are held in private and public collections of ING Polish Art Foundation, PKO S.A., Sculpture Museum in Marl, MoBy Museum in Tel-Aviv. Dorota Buczkowska lives and works in Warsaw.

Przemek Dzienis (born 1984) – graduated from the National Film School in Lodz. He works mainly with portraiture and analyses the relation between the man and everyday items. Przemek Dzienis has also experimented with the notion of multiplication, with figures and objects and their activity in space. His photographs were shown at solo exhibitions in Budapest, Warsaw, Cracow, Lodz and Poznan. His artistic collaboration with Dorota Buczkowska resulted in a photographic series exploring the relation between sculptural installations and nature. Przemek Dzienis lives and works in Warsaw, Poland.


Ogrodowa 17

opening hours
Mon-Sun: 7.00 am-11.00 pm

opening: 07.06, 4:30 pm
exhibition is held: 08.06-23.06