Izabela Żółcińska is a polish-born artist based in Norway. She graduated from Fine Art Academy in Poznań, Poland. Her artistic practice is base on understanding of our corporeality as a liquid structure in connection to our Ecosystem. Particularly she interprets phenomena of fluids’ migration. With this subject, she is working within media as drawing, embroidery, sculpture, painting, installation including installations in public space. The establishing phase in Norway influenced her focus on site-specific installation in public defined as public water space. Her artistic methods are rooted in research and cross-disciplinary cooperation and explore anatomy, architecture, cognitive science, fluid mechanics and hydrobiology. She introduced the Capillary System as a visual language expressed in several realizations.
1999 – 2002 Master of Fine Arts, Visual art in the discipline of painting. The Painting, Graphics, and Sculpture Department, Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan, Poland
1997 – 2001 Master of Fine Arts, Art Education and Promotion. The Art Education Department, Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan, Poland