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Trojanowska Aleksandra

ass. tutor Aleksandra Trojanowska

ass. tutor Aleksandra Trojanowska, MFA

Member of the Faculty Council, coordinator of entrance examinations and the competition for the Best Media Art Diploma

Faculty of Graphics and Media Art

Department of Media Art

Time-based and Interactive Media Studio (608T)

Subjects taught


    Intermedia Graphics

    Time-based and Interactive Media

In 2020 she graduated from the University of Life Sciences in Wrocław with a Bachelor's degree, majoring in General Biology. In 2016 she completed a two-level study programme at the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław, majoring in Media Art, and in 2019 she completed the Interdepartmental Doctoral Study Programme at the same university.

I work on the border of science and art. I focus on moving away from anthropocentrism and promoting biocentric phenomena. My projects and interactive bio-audiovisual installations revolve around the degradation of ecosystems due to human activity and the search for altruism in an egocentric world. Social activism and natural education are an important part of my work. In the Studio I develop a bio-workshop, encouraging students to perform mini-experiments and be inspired by biology.

Awards and scholarships

2018 – J. Grotowski Scholarship of the President of Wrocław for PhD students

2017 – Lower Silesian Small Grants from the Office of the Marshal of the Lower Silesian Province

2015 – Scholarship of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage


2019, 2020, 2021 – Invisible, participation, organisation and curation of a group exhibition, Broadway Gallery, Detroit, USA; BWA Studio, Wrocław, Poland; Gallery C - Te Ara Hihiko, Wellington, New Zealand

2019 – Survival Festival: Latent, the abandoned Railway Hospital, Wrocław, Poland

2019 – Emerging Lines #1, group exhibition, Galerie du Crous, Paris, France

2018 – It's Only Me, individual exhibition, KINO Gallery, Wrocław


2018 – National Media Art Conference Dynamic Systems, Biocentrism-anthropocentrism, CSU CI Academy of Art and Design Wrocław


2017 – Moved Image