• Statement
  • CV

"What is an image? What is fascinating us about photography?" These on the first sight simple questions were dominant since the beginning of my studies of art-history and cultural-science at the Humboldt-University Berlin. To avoid theory becoming too dominant in my life and to drown in the dusty scientific-spheres, I decided to work for Public Art Lab as an assistant. After an excursion to the 1st Berlin Photography Festival as the curator's assistant and an internship at the Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum for Contemporary Art Berlin, I am happy to work in this new, communicative and international project. Born in Poland but grown up in Germany, I care a lot about the intercultural dialog and feel privileged to be able to contribute a small but meaningful part to the growing together of the European Union.

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contact

monika.nowak@mobile-studios.org

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monikanowak.pdf

keywords

mobility | networks | finearts | photography | science | urban interventions | communication | cultural policies | cooperation | talk | identity | connected | education | collections | radio

people

Jan-Erik Lundstr??m | Susan Meiselas | Lukas Einsele | Verena Jaeckel | Jessica Backhaus | Ulrika Ferm | Masaki Hirano | Guillaume Krick | Joachim Schmid | Jerzy Olek | Paola Yacoub | Michel Lasserre | Merete Vargas | Joao Goncalves | Mari Schroeder

publications

links

Berlin Photography Festival

institutions

Hamburger Bahnhof | Goethe-Institut Lisbon | Galerie Hauser&Wirth | Collection Sander

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