Natalia Sielewicz

Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw

art historian and curator at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. She graduated from the Central Saint Martins College and the Courtauld Institute in London. Curator of the Hoolifemmes (2017) exhibition, which deals with performativity and dance as a tool of female resistance, The Ministry of the Interior, Intimacy as Text (2017), devoted to the affects and poetics of religion in literature and visual arts. She was also a curator of Privacy Settings (2014), one of the first institutional exhibitions to look at the impact of new technologies, on the condition of people in the late capitalist era, as well as Bread and Roses. Artists in the face of class divisions (2015, together with Łukasz Ronduda). Curator and producer of numerous performances and film screenings.