Gosia Wlodarczak is an Australian artist of Polish origin who has lived and worked in both Perth, WA and now Melbourne. Her artwork examines and documents ‘the phenomenon of existence’ as a tangible body of lines, shapes and colour.

The artists experiences, perceptions and actions are channeled into her intensive work sessions as she… ‘maps out collages of overlapping segments of the present’. Her art practice has been described as: cross-disciplinary drawing, with drawing being used as a basis for exploration into performance, interactive situations, installation, sound and film. Wlodarczak’s recent solo exhibitions include: Between Wander & Settlement (Western Washington University, Bellingham USA 2012) and (Shepparton Art Museum, Shepparton 2012).

Recent group exhibitions include Contemporary Australia: Women (Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane 2012), Drawing Now Paris (Carrousel de Louvre, France 2012), Singapore Biennale 2011 (Old Kallang Airport, Singapore 2011) and Pathway: Drawing In, On, and Through the Landscape (The Drawing Center, New York, USA 2011). She has been the recipient of numerous awards, grants and residences from Poland, Australia and USA. Wlodarczak was featured in the latest Phaidon publication.

Gosia Wlodarczak has been invited by curator Catherine de Zegher toparticipate in this year’s Moscow Biennale. Over the course of the biennale’s installation in the Moscow Menage, Gosia will create a large-scale frost drawing that responds to the site, the installation process and everything in between.

Event The 5th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. 
Dates 
19 September to 20 October 2013. 
Location 
Moscow Manege
1 Manezhnaya Ploshchad
 Moscow, Russia, 123056d everything in between on, Vitamin D2: New Perspectives in Drawing

Note: Biographical information has been extracted from Fehily Contemporary website.

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