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EWA & JACEK DOROSZENKO, capturing our consciousness with sound and computer-generated image → link

“What Next?” Exhibition: Results of the Selection Process

I am pleased to share that the „How to Travel” project was selected for the international series of exhibitions „What Next” organized by The Adam Mickiewicz Institute in honour of the upcoming 100th anniversary of the birth of Stanisław Lem. Thank you!  → link

“What Next” is an international exhibition project being produced in honor of the upcoming 100th anniversary of the birth of Stanisław Lem. The project is inspired by “Futurological Congress,” one of Lem’s well-known science-fiction stories. In the year 2021, exactly 50 years will have passed since its publication as part of Lem’s collection Insomnia. The Adam Mickiewicz Institute received 250 applications for this initiative. The curatorial jury for the exhibition — comprising Max Houghton (United Kingdom), Kateryna Radchenko (Ukraine), and Katarzyna Sagatowska (Poland) — has selected 16 entries for concepts for the exhibition. The selected proposals combine cohesive and original concepts with strong visual components.

The following creators have been selected for the “What Next?” exhibition:
Yana Bachynska, Lilya Chavaga, Veronika Cherednychenko, Maciej Czuchryta & Marta Wieczorek, Jacek Doroszenko & dr Ewa Doroszenko, Emily Graham, Anka Gregorczyk, Kamila Izykowicz, Yura Kolomiets, Pawel Mendrek, Pawel Pacholec, Loreal Prystaj, Magdalena Raczkowska, Rake Collective, Hanna Shumska, Anna Beata Targosz.

The project partners include: Galeria Jednostka, Odesa Photo Days, the Polish Cultural Institute in London, Jam Factory Art Center in Lviv, and the British Council.


My photographic project on the NOISÉ 💕  → link


My photographic project on the SWARM MAG 💗  Elink

ENCLAVE – Artist-in-Residence, Propaganda, Warsaw

15.06 – 31.08.2020

In the times of uncertainty, anxiety and general instability there is no „normal“ to go back to. Gallery lifestyle regulated by the rhythm of openings and exhibitions is not what we want to go back to either. As of today, Propaganda becomes an enclave for the artists to be as they are, offering you our space to use as you see fit. We invite those close to us as well as those we haven’t met yet – our enclave is small, but open to everyone seeking shelter from the outside noise. We think it’s the best thing we can become right now. Propaganda opens its doors to the artists in need of a place for work, creating art, meditation and every other form of expression, as well as our audience – each and every one of you is welcome.

181-1 collective, Alicja Bielawska, Ewa Doroszenko and Jacek Doroszenko, Jan Grabowski, Zuzanna Kofta, Alka Nauman, Sara Piotrowska and Maciej Szczęśniak, Magdalena Sobolska, Kamil Szczepaniak, Agata Zbylut, Paweł Żukowski.

Thanks to Jacek Sosnowski 💖 Propaganda💖


Opening: 27.02.2020. Exhibition lasts till: 28.03.2020. Propaganda

Janusz Bałdyga / Norbert Delman / Ewa Doroszenko / Karol Grygoruk / Tomasz Kulka / Paweł Łubowski / Jagoda Przybylak / Zygmunt Rytka / Krzysztof Wojciechowski / Ada Zielińska

Metonymic sequence – everything we’ve been unconsciously burdened with by previous generations and what we will burden future ones with, consisting of symbols which are powerful, yet difficult to understand. Third eye – external image generation apparatus, a new way of seeing, photography as the status of the object.The exhibition is a collection of works by artists of many generations, presenting how different ways of thinking, seeing and generating images transcend generational boundaries, as well as those between the artist and the spectator. The works are connected by the radicality of their origins and the avant-garde, extra-ordinary use of photography as a medium.While some of the correlations between those artworks are direct, others are completely illusory – we encourage you to look for them all. Metonymies coming up as the result of that search are personal to a degree that can even reveal the privacy of each spectator.

The exhibition is dedicated to the late Krzysztof Wojciechowski.

GENERATE! Festival for Electronic Arts

GENERATE! Festival for Electronic Arts, Tübingen (DE), 2019 → link

My digital paintings on Creative Boom

Creative Boom, Paintings by Ewa Doroszenko that show how selfies can go wrong using photo-enhancing apps / Written by Tora Baker → link


NIGHT OF MUSEUMS 2019, Propaganda, Warsaw

Finissage of the exhibition & Sound performance

Ewa Doroszenko Jacek Doroszenko
Info: Propaganda

During the Night of Museums 2019, we invite you to Propaganda gallery to the finissage of How to Travel exhibition by Ewa and Jacek Doroszenko. The exhibition is an audiovisual study of the ways in which contemporary culture influences our longing for idyllic natural landscapes. How to Travel is a narrative composed of works which approach the deceptive question – what means documentation of the landscape in the 21st century?

The performance starts at 8 PM. Using the installation located in the space of the Propaganda gallery, artists will perform a specially prepared sound composition. Following their current creative path, they will explore the possibilities which emerge from physical disruptions of the sound emission.

Ewa Doroszenko and Jacek Doroszenko - sound performance

How to travel, Propaganda, Warsaw

Ewa Doroszenko Jacek Doroszenko
16.03.2019 – 19.05.2019
Info: Propaganda

The second exhibition of Ewa and Jacek Doroszenko in Propaganda is a real untruth or an untrue reality. Through multiplied transformations of elements taken out from the real and virtual worlds, they created tangible evidence that today’s life, consciousness, and subjectivity extend far beyond our senses and travel through the areas of the medialized digital world. How to Travel is an exhibition-narrative composed of works that elude simple categorization and take a debate with the medium in which they were created. Fascinated by modern information technologies and their incredible potential to shape lifestyles, based on images from popular computer games and tourist guides, the artists explore the formal possibilities of digital blurs, distortions, and imperfections. The preparation of the exhibition was accompanied by a reflection on the function of contemporary photography, which occupies a special place in building illusory visions of the landscape. Deriving from observations of the relationship between the contemporary traveler and the surrounding landscape, which is more often based on compulsive snapshots than on direct experience, artists question the trust in the virtually constructed images. Time changes its direction, and the place of residence gets multiplied and blurred. This is no longer a virtual reality, but real virtuality.

Double speaker, Exgirlfriend Gallery, Berlin

Double speaker – Ewa Doroszenko Jacek Doroszenko
From Nov 17 2018 to Dec 8 2018
Opening Reception Nov 17th 19:00-22:00
Info: Exgirlfriend

For their first show in Berlin, Ewa Doroszenko and Jacek Doroszenko present “Double speaker” – an exhibition manifesting as a common ground between the artists and as a physical and extra-sensory constellation. Inspired by soundscapes from different places in Europe, the exhibition invites us to explore and celebrate audio-visual experiences that are both very intimate and expansive. Exgirlfriend Gallery is transformed into the place where art directly catalyses the transition from synthetic images and digital sounds to painting or graphical music notations.

Both Ewa and Jacek are deeply involved in the revelation of a new aesthetic code, which is still in the process of being defined, according to the many possibilities arising from their multidimensional and complex practices. The exhibition reveals the artists’ discussion on real existing landscapes, virtual environment, and soundscapes.

Ewa Doroszenko Exgirlfriend

Atlas of Forms by Ardesia Projects

Atlas of Forms is a curatorial research developed by Ardesia Projects for Soft Power Palace Festival at Kunstgebäude. Through a collaborative and interdisciplinary approach Atlas of Forms aims to trace the appearance, disappearance and survival of forms in various historical and geographical locations. The project showcases the work of 6 photographers – Elsa Sereia Leydier, Ewa Doroszenko, Samuel Solazzo, Salvi Danés, Zhao Qian and Giulia Parlato.

“It is so that a spontaneous question arises:
how does form return?, just as we say of ghosts.
Nietzschean question, Freudian question, but
Warbourghian par-excellence: the question of
the Nachleben, of the survival of forms or of
visual formulas.”
– The Return of Form, from The Accidental
Knowledge, Apparition and Disappearance of
Images Georges Didi-Huberman

Info: Atlas of Forms

Ewa Doroszenko Atlas of Forms


Re_act Contemporary Art Laboratory
2018 Edition – Azores Islands
Commissioned By DRAC Azores



More info at: Re_act Contemporary Art Laboratory

“Coalescence [ noun ] The act of joining together to form a larger mass or number. ”

Coalescence recalls an invitation to create a dialogue in between two different identities. On one hand, the online platform SCANDALE Project, and on the other, the artist run space ULTRASTUDIO. Both curatorial team are pleased to select and connect artists for the Re_Act 2018 residency, to curate a two-in one exhibition.
Foreseen as a matrix, Azores Archipelago tends to the creative and curatorial emulsion while also, being an artwork itself. Therefore, the wild scenario of the residency is an empowering laboratory offering a context to artists and curators.
Thereupon, Azores archipelago embodies a paradigm of our time. Where the virginal andageless land differs from technological, ultra-connected and saturated from contemporary cities and societies. Artists invited by SCANDALE Project and ULTRASTUDIO are subject to reflect and experience the archipelago surroundings, shifting from the usual exhibition background. The residency incarnates an exploration of the artificial and organic experience(s) in a dialogue shaping a coalescence. Coalescence will bring together two curatorial projects, one from SCANDALE Project (Bahar Yürükoğlu, Ewa Doroszenko, Plasticity, João Paulo Serafim) and other from ULTRASTUDIO (Daniel Van Straalen , Lila De Magalahes and Lucia Leuci), linked by the residency’s context to articulate a double exhibition.

Ewa Doroszenko Re_act Contemporary Art Laboratory

Winners of DEBUTS 2018 Announced!

It is a pleasure to announce names of 20 photographers who have been recognised by the DEBUTS 2018 jury as the most talented emerging photographers of the year and invited to the book and travelling exhibition, shown exclusively during the photographic events.

The DEBUTS 2018 winners are (in alphabetical order): Kirsten Bitzer (USA), Michele Crameri (Switzerland), Ilaria Di Biagio (Italy), Ewa Doroszenko (Poland), Jean-Felix Fayolle (France), Jordan Gale (USA), Ilias Georgiadis (Greece), Mirek Kaźmierczak (Poland), Paweł Łączny (Poland), Raj Lalwani (India), Camille Leveque (France), Sergey Melnitchenko (Ukraine), Filippo Nicoletti (Italy), Valentyn Ondoviun (Lithuania), Anna Pfeiffer (Italy), Natalia Poniatowska (United Kingdom), Sergey Stroitelev (Russia), Gihan Tubbeh (Peru), Federico Vespignani (Italy), Adam Wilkoszarski (Poland)

winner DEBUTS - Ewa Doroszenko

YET magazine

Open Call YET issue #11: Winners Announcement! The selected artists are: Ewa Doroszenko (PL), Amy Li (US), Eui-Jip Hwang (KR), John MacLean (GB), Hiro Tanaka (JP), Annemarijn Vlinder (NL)

More info at: YET magazine

Ewa Doroszenko - YET magazine winner

Flat Magazine

The Promise of Sublime Words featured in Flat Magazine

Flat Magazine, Issue No. 2
Winter 2017: The Technology Issue
Size US Letter, 8.5×11 in, 22×28 cm, 48 Pages
Publish Date Mar 11, 2017

Available on Blurb link

Ewa Doroszenko Flat Magazine 03
Ewa Doroszenko Flat Magazine 02

Warsaw Gallery Weekend 2017


ul. Foksal 11/1 Warszawa

More info here

METAL Magazine

Read the interview here.

METAL / Ewa Doroszenko Crossroads between digital and traditional art, interview by Monika Repcyte

Ewa Doroszenko - Metal Magazine

Soundreaming on Contemporary Lynx

Read the interview here.

Contemporary Lynx / SOUNDLAB: LYNX IN HEADPHONES #7, interview by Anna Prokop

Ewa Doroszenko - Contemporary Lynx

Daily virtuality, W-arte! Open Art Space

Opening: 03.02.2017, W-arte! Open Art Space, Warsaw

Continuing her dialogue with the canon of modernist artist, this time Ewa Doroszenko explores her interest in the geometric abstraction. Doroszenko has transformed art space into experimental stage where prints and shapes are both scenic elements. The structural effect was obtained by simplifying the complicated abstract tangles and using geometric designs, which reveal constructivist inspirations.

More info at: W-arte!

The Promise of Sublime Words on VICE

The Promise of Sublime Words featured on Creators, VICE

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Ewa_Doroszenko - VICE Classical Sculpture

Exercises of listening, Fait Gallery, Brno

Exhibition: 23.03.2016 – 04.05.2016

“Exercises of listening” is a continuation of the project by Polish artistic duo Ewa Doroszenko and Jacek Doroszenko. At the starting point for the show was “The same horizon repeated at every moment of the walk”, a film created at the Fundació AAVC Hangar in Barcelona in 2014. In the film the landscape becomes a musical notation system, where moving figure determines the pitch on a frequency-related scale.

In the first solo show of Ewa and Jacek Doroszenko in Brno, sound is treated as a legitimate material of visual art, audible and visible spheres interact with each other. The sound recording technique allows to approach the transparency of the environmental sound and to present it visually in a new context. The show “Exercises of listening” is a recapitulation of all of the project’s various themes. Jacek Doroszenko creates a combination of sounds that have been captured in an immersive environment. The film “It’s hard to find a polyphonic body” produced during an artistic residence at the Kunstnarhuset Messen Ålvik in Norway in 2015 will be presented at FAIT GALLERY PREVIEW for the first time ever. Ewa Doroszenko confronts herself with acoustic environment through more remote references, attempting to translate selected audio events to the visual language. Her graphic prints illustrate the flow of sound material: collecting, archiving, reproduction in the context of digital times.

More info at: Fait Gallery

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dr Ewa Doroszenko - wystawa - Fait Gallery Brno
Ewa Doroszenko - Fait Gallery, Brno

Soundreaming on AQNB

Soundreaming featured on AQNB

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Ewa Doroszenko aqnb

FILE Electronic Language International Festival, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Exhibition: 15.06.2015 – 19.07.2015

Works „The same horizon repeated at every moment of the walk” and „Soundreaming” have been selected to be presented at FILE 2015 – Electronic Language International Festival.
The exhibition will be held at FIESP Cultural Center – Ruth Cardoso, located at Paulista Avenue, 1313, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

More info at: FILE

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Ewa Doroszenko - exhibition