Martyna Poznańska

Martyna Poznańska is a cross-disciplinary artist who works with different media across disciplines, building connections between the intangible medium of sound and solid matter. This includes the practice of active listening and field recording in tangent to working with various visual tools such as video, installation, her own body, and drawing, as well as listening workshops and sound walks. Responding to the climate crisis-related issues, she has been exploring the symbiotic relations between human and non-human beings, their endless entanglements.

Poznańska has exhibited and performed internationally in shows at the Akademie der Künste, Berlin (DE), Deutsche Oper, Berlin (DE), Aperto Raum Berlin, among others. In addition, she has worked with renowned artists such as Hans Peter Kuhn (ÜBERGANG, Martin-Gropius-Bau Museum, Berlin, 2017), and Peter Cusack. In 2013 she was a recipient of a grant from the Polish Ministry of Culture. In 2018 and 2021 she received a working grant from the City of Berlin. While doing her magister degree in Spanish Language and Literature at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, she attended the Experimental Voice Laboratory of Olga Szwajgier. Afterwards, Poznańska studied Sound Art at the University of the Arts, London (LCC/UAL). In 2016 she obtained an MA in Sound Studies at the Universität der Künste Berlin (UdK). Martyna currently lives and works in Berlin.

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