Joanna Wlaszyn

Joanna WLASZYN

Adjunct Faculty

Joanna Wlaszyn is a Polish-French interdisciplinary artist, teacher and researcher based in Paris. Her work fuses visual language with conceptual experiment and rather than distorting reality, attempts to create alternative interpretations in response to a constantly evolving post-digital culture.

Education
Ph.D. in the Critical Theory of Architecture from University Paris-Est France, Master degree MS in New Media Art & Design from ENSCI Paris, Diploma of architect DPLG from Gdańsk University of Technology in Poland.

Teaching /Research Experience
Thesis advisor at Paris College of Art, Paris; Associate assistant professor at School of Architecture ENSA Paris-Malaquais; guest speaker at School of Architecture ENSA Val de Seine, Paris; Co-organizer, coordinator and scientific supervisor of the international seminar: U&U Urbanism and Urbanization LIAT Research Laboratory/ENSA Paris-Malaquais.

Exhibitions
Her work has been the subject of international exhibitions in museums, galleries and art festivals: CICA Museum, Gimpo-s in South Korea, ADAF Athens Digital Arts Festival in Greece, Artifact Exhibition at the International Art and Design Biennial in Saint- Étienne, LACADA Center in Los Angeles, ADNEC National Exhibition Centre, Abu Dhabi, ON-OFF gallery in Paris and Untitled Space Gallery in New York, among others.

Publications
Scientific publications exploring the impact of digital technologies on architecture and visual arts: Mutations du projet. Milieux et cultures numériques. Presses Universitaires Nancy (2015); New Media Histories/Historie Nowych Mediów (2014); Ambiances in action (2012); Kybernetes, Vol. 40, no 7/8 (2011); From the Things Themselves. Architecture and Phenomenology (2009); The Digital Age in The Multiple Faces of Identity In The Designed Environment. Nottingham Trent University (2009).

Awards/Acknowledgments
The Aesthetica Art Prize /100 Contemporary Emerging Artists (2019), Land Art Generator Price /LAGI (2011), Research Grant /BRAUP (2009-11).

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