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Julia Woronowicz Morning Walk, 2024

 

Medium: Oil on cotton


Dimensions: 59" x 39" [150 cm x 100 cm]

 

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Julia Woronowicz is a Multidisciplinary artist based in Warsaw, Poland. The artist is constantly recreating European mythologies (both ancient and futuristic), focusing on a non-male perspective and creating objects and monuments of non-human beings (from the oldest land plants to amber-filled pierogies). Woronowicz often utilizes alternative versions of reality and appropriates others' childhood stories.

Woronowicz’s work is featured in A PROFECÍA. Curated by Filipka Rutkowska as a continuation of Casa Filipka – an ongoing project organized together with Her Clique – A PROFECÍA is centered on an envisioned future through the female gaze; one that enables a more empowered, speculative relation to both time and space, plant, landscape, and animal; one that breaks the brutality of dualistic thinking and binary structures and replaces them with a spectrum, acknowledging and honoring the and rather than the or. Following principles of transfuturism, and emerging from histories like that of Casa Susanna, this exhibition is a frame for repositioning one's own body as the intermediary for a more intuitive knowledge; a knowledge that doesn’t make assumptions but rather listens, looks, smells, tastes, hears, feels, orients, and balances. A knowledge that doesn’t require eyes for seeing but presupposes sentience, non-human intelligence, time, cycles, and the fluidity of being (in its broadest possible definition), and exists within a continuum of experiences and knowledge, through-out (non-linear) time. And as this knowledge becomes accumulated and disseminated, and as personal mythologies merge with predominant norms, feminist histories, ecologies and states of being, through rose-tinged utopian lenses we divine a centered space that is Other – healing, forgiving, holistic, transparent, and visible – in and of itself.