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Aleksandra Stasiak's approach to fine art stems from a consistent fascination with the intersection of art, science, and humanities, leading to an interdisciplinary framework. The aim is to create a platform that allows for diverse "languages" and individuals to engage in discourse about contemporary issues like social, climate, and sustainability crises. The artist's projects act as an ore of art and science, creating an inclusive space for all.

Equipped with a scientific background in chemistry, Stasiak demonstrates expertise in a variety of analytical methods, organic synthesis, and material knowledge. Working now for a PhD in systemic design, Stasiak deepens in the themes around the circular economy, recycling, and broadly understood sustainability. Additionally, she works closely with research and environmental themes from a posthuman perspective.


Media such as drawing, three-dimensional installations, and non-material formats are frequently used. Natural forces, sounds, physicochemical processes, and cognition significantly influence the body of work. Stasiak developed a process of collecting and using residual charcoals and ashes from burning wood. This method finds its roots in firewalk practices and their transient transformative impact.


Central to the work are energy processes that form the core of all bio-chemical interactions in our world. Stasiak's reflections also consider the inherent value of more-than-human structures and non-renewable resources beyond their industrial application. This exploration not only addresses the pressing issue of climate change and our interconnected relationship with the natural world but also delves into the individual relationship between one's surroundings and mental processes. This body of work can be seen as an exploration of the polarity of nature's creative and destructive forces, mirroring the psychological balance between connection and detachment.

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The Great Divorce




Inferno Art Exhibition | Inferno Metal Festival, Oslo, Norway


The World We Made | Galleri Schaffers Gate 5, Oslo, Norway


Winter Solstice 10th edition | Kroloftet, Oslo, Norway

"Where Does a Body End?" | Solo exhibition | Galleri Schaeffers Gate 5, Oslo, Norway

Midgardsblot | Midgard Vikingsenter, Borre, Norway

Polarity | Solo exhibition | Brewgata, Oslo, Norway


Avgangsutstilling | C-14, Oslo, Norway


Iced fire | Solo exhibition | C-14, Oslo, Norway

Sommerutstilling | Galleri Art To Be, Tomter, Norway

Mysticae | GalleriNeuf, Oslo, Norway

Konsertutstilling | Galleri Art To Be, Tomter, Norway


Winter Solstice | Teknisk Museum, Oslo, Norway

Group ex | GalleriNeuf, Oslo, Norway

Summer exhibition | Nydalen kunstskole, Oslo, Norway

Mysticae | GalleriNeuf, Oslo, Norway


2023 - now

PhD Candidate in Systemic Design, TKD, OsloMet, Oslo, Norway

2019 - 2020

BI Business School, Global Strategy & Entreprenourship, Oslo, Norway

2017 - 2020

Fine Art Education, Nydalen Kunstskole, Oslo, Norway

2015 - 2016

Master of Science in Engineering, Chemical Technology, University of Technology, Lodz, Poland

2011 - 2015

Civil Engineer, Chemical Technology, University of Technology, Lodz, Poland

2010 - 2011

Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Technology, Lodz, Poland

2009 - 2010

Preparatory course for Architecture, prof. Marek Pabich, Lodz, Poland

2007 - 2009

Fine Art, MFA Anna Ozga, Lodz, Poland

Certificates & Courses


The Art of Music Production - Berklee College of Music, mooc


Circular Economy - Lund University, mooc


Sustainability & CSR in Scandinavia - Copenhagen Business School, mooc


Modern Art & Ideas - Museum of Modern Art, mooc


Lithography, NGV, Oslo, Norway


Collected Sound Fragments for an Imaginary Landscape, Atelier Nord, Oslo, Norway


Firewalk Instructing – Balfron, Scotland

Photo credit: Nina Red

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