Agnieszka Pajączkowska

Institute of Polish Culture at University of Warsaw

Culture researcher, community artist, educator, author of cultural and art projects. She was PhD candidate at the Institute of Polish Culture UW, and now she is working on her dissertation Intransparent. Histories of Vernacular Photography in Poland 1923–1990. Her interests are history and anthropology of photography, Holocaust memory, visual education, oral history. She’s part of the Association of Creative Initiatives “ę”, the Sightseeing Association “The Landscape”, Association Cathedra of Culture, Field Collective. Also cooperates with History Meeting House (co-curator of the exhibition  “Family Album: Multiple Gazes”, Zofia Rydet’s Foundation (project “Something that Remains. Local photographic fieldwork with Sociological Record of Zofia Rydet”), Museum of Modern Art (educational workshops). Her personal work is Mobile Photographic Studio that she’s working since 2012. In 2015 she received a “Visual Art” scholarship from The Ministry of Polish Culture and National Heritage.