Alicja Rogalska is a Polish-born interdisciplinary artist based in London and Berlin and working internationally. Her practice is research-led and focuses on social structures and the political subtext of the everyday. She mostly works in specific contexts making situations, performances, videos and installations in collaboration with other people to collectively search for emancipatory ideas for the future. Rogalska graduated with an MA in Cultural Studies from Warsaw University and an MFA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College, where she is currently a PhD researcher in the Art Department.
She recently presented her work at Kunsthalle Bratislava (2021), Kunsthalle Wien (Vienna, 2020-2021), OFF Biennale (Budapest, 2020-2021), Tabakalera (San Sebastian, 2020), VBKÖ (Vienna, 2019), Art Encounters Biennale (Timișoara, 2019), Tokyo Photographic Art Museum (2019), Biennale Warszawa (2019), Museum of Modern Art (Warsaw, 2019), Kyoto Art Centre (2019) and Muzeum Sztuki (Łódź, 2019).
Rogalska is currently artist in residence at the Faculty of Social Sciences at Essex University (2019-2021) and the DAAD artists-in-Berlin program 2020 fellow. Recent residencies include City of Women Festival (Ljubljana, 2019), Stuart Hall Library (London, 2019), PARADISE AIR (Matsudo, 2018), Copenhagen International Theatre (2018), MuseumsQuartier (Vienna, 2018) and IASPIS (Stockholm, 2017).
|8–12 September 2021||Pretend You’ve Got No Money||Your local supermarket||Anywhere in the world|
|18 April 2018||Work, Wealth and Happiness||Toynbee Studios|