Magdalena Łazarczyk

Born in 1985 in Białystok. Graduate in Photography at the University of Arts Poznań and in Media Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where she earned her Master’s degree at Professor Mirosław Bałka’s Studio of Spatial Activities, 2015. Visual artist, focusing on video, photography, installation. Her diploma project was awarded at the Coming out 2015 exhibition for the most interesting project in the field of new media art and received the Grand Prix at the (NON) PRESENCE exhibition organised by Labirynt Gallery, Lublin (2017).

Received the Zaiks Award for the best graduation project in Media Art (2015) and a special prize at the 2nd Best Media Arts Graduation Projects Competition, Wrocław, and a honourable mention at the Best Fine Arts Graduation Projects Competition in Gdańsk (2015). Finalist of the Hestia Artistic Journey contest (2014), Fish Eye 7 Young Art Biennale (2013), and winner of the Award of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage (2015).




2019 / video installation, sound


The Night Of Time is a large - format animation – a collage. All its components make up the unity. Individual forms are not separate, alienated beings, but they rather seem to be made of the same substance. The Night of Time is a gap, a crevice leading to a world covered under the surface of matter, a place existing in accordance with the invariable rules, manifesting on the border of phantasy and materialism, of fable and science. This is a vision of existence outside time. A dimension with no dichotomies: past/future, good/evil, truth/ lie, culture/nature, and everything happens here and now, with “here” being everywhere and “now” being always. This is a declaration of total apolitically, a withdrawal into a world of a utopian notion of a neutral nature immersed in its existence, in which no spells and prophecies can appear because they have no reference point, are inapt, inaccurate. The painting symbolically puts in brackets and cancels what is related to history, exposing the viewer to a cold view from outside time.

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