GENERATING POSSIBLE FUTURES AND IMMERSING HER VIEWERS IN ALTERNATE REALITIES, KAROLINA PARTYKA IS A SPECULATIVE ARTIST BUILDING IMAGINARY WORLDS WHICH ASK MORE QUESTIONS THAN THEY ANSWER.

Karolina’s approach to creating work is not restricted by medium. Her works prioritise concept, pushing the boundaries of her skills in order to fully realise her visions. Recent projects have included projection mapping, VR, drawing, ceramics, and found objects.

Karolina’s latest work burrows into the implications of humanity’s next great adventure – our journey to Mars. Her work is influenced by current developments in technology and the space industry, science fiction, as well as modern-day visionaries such as Elon Musk and Robert Zubrin.

She is currently studying a Master of Art at the University of New South Wales Art & Design.

Biography

Karolina’s latest works burrow into the implications of the latest scientific discoveries in diverse fields – from investigating the implications of inherited epigenetic trauma markers on the descendants of refugees in Australia, to the scientific and philosophical ramifications of humanity’s next great adventure – our journey to Mars.

Her work is influenced by current developments in technology and the space industry, science fiction, her Polish-Australian ancestry, Aesopian language and Jungian symbolism.

She is currently studying a Master of Art at the University of New South Wales Art & Design.