Agnieszka Jaworek

  • Poland (b. 1985 in Zabrze)
  • Currently in Katowice, Poland.
  • Visual artist. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, PhD. Versatile artist, her practice includes painting, drawing, creating neon signs, objects, installations and video.


  • 2014

  • blister packs, commonly known as leaves in Polish, illuminated by white neon light
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We forget that medicine constantly develops. Information and assumptions , which are available now can be inaccurate tomorrow. We are not certain about taking pills. Doctors let their patients go without a diagnosis. Lack of answers on basic questions deprives us of opportunity to decide on your own. Not knowing why we feel bad, leads to a situatation that we begin not to know how we feel and what is happennng with us. Feeling unsure, we prefer not to admit not only in front of anothers but also in front of ourselves. It is easier not to say anything than habitually explain and straighten. It is very difficult to accept that we are not able to rely on ourselves and control our organisms. The project consists of a neon and over 400 liters of used medication blisters, which were collected by me for a couple of years.