Agnieszka Wodzińska

Year 1: Navigating Art History

Agnieszka Wodzińska is an art historian and writer interested in intersections between modern/contemporary art and topics of environmentalism, embodiment in the digital age, and queer theory. She is a frequent contributor to magazines and journals, including Metropolis M and Kunstlicht.

Prior to joining the KABK, Agnieszka was a research assistant at the Institute of Network Cultures at HvA, where she wrote and supervised the publication of texts about the impacts of digital cultures on contemporary life. She produced the book “Pandemic Exchange,” which shares the vast range of artists’ experiences during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Agnieszka holds an MA with cum laude from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam in Contemporary Art History. Her thesis investigated how artistic research in the practice of artists like Shigeyuki Kihara, Henrik Olesen, and Kaucylia Brooke activates engagement with queer pasts and futures.