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Anna Suwalowska

Anna SuwalowskaArtist, Project Artistic Lead

Anna Suwalowska, a London-based Polish artist, holds degrees from the Royal College of Art in London (2013) and the Camberwell College of Art (2011). Anna has served as the Artistic Lead of a collaborative project in McGregor Museum, Kimberley.

She brings a unique perspective to her work at the intersection of art, medicine, and science. Rooted in explorations of the subconscious, self-expression, and the human mind, her art leads to ongoing research on psychological landscapes. Her paintings serve as a basis for interdisciplinary collaborations involving practitioners from diverse fields.

A significant achievement of these partnerships is the solo exhibition “Beyond the Body: a portrait of Autopsy” (2020-2023), which challenges societal taboos surrounding death. This exhibition travelled to Belgium, the UK, South Africa and Singapore and was chosen by the Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health, in partnership with the World Health Organization, for display at the UN City in Copenhagen, illustrating how behavioural and cultural factors contribute to improving health outcomes for individuals, communities, and the planet.

Anna's artistic journey is marked by her international exhibitions and residency awards in Taiwan, Norway, and Hong Kong. Her most recent solo show, 'Psychological Landscapes' (2023), was featured at the Somers Gallery in Somers Town, London.

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