photo: Grzegorz Stadnik
Weronika Lucińska, born in 1989 in Ostrowiec Swietokrzyski (Poland), she lives and works in Wroclaw.
Graduated from the Faculty of Ceramics and Glass – ceramic design at The Eugenisz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław. 2013-2017 she was a PhD student at The Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław, under the guidance of prof. Katarzyna Koczyńska- Kielan. She defended her doctoral thesis in the field of visual arts in the discipline of design arts in 2018. She participated in many international competitions and exhibitions in Poland, Spain, Latvia, Lithuania, Austria, Germany, Italy, France, Portugal, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Slovenia, Denmark. She is a laureate of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage Sholarship and Jerzy Grotowski Art Grant. In 2017, she was awarded the title of European Ceramic Ambassador in the Future Light Competition organized by Porzellanikon as part of the Ceramics and Its Dimensions project. In 2019 she received the WARTO award in the category of visual arts.
In her creativity she use art installation, art-design objects and ceramic sculpture, often combine with glass elements.
In my creativity there is a special place for water- as a symbol, element and material. Water is my main inspiration in sculpture but it also appears in my art installations as a material/ medium. Under the artistic expression of my research is the desire to spell in motion a ceramic material, a smooth change of the centric, geometric shape of the object.
I analyze optical phenomena that can be observed on objects in contact with liquids and glass. I use water in different states of matter, using water directly or treating it as a model, an inspiration for the creation of new forms and installations.