Polish Institute Düsseldorf
The visual form of all the works shown in the exhibition results directly from their sonic layer. Through this chronological order of their artistic work, Ewa and Jacek Doroszenko draw attention to the need to give auditory perception an appropriate place in the predominantly visual contemporary culture. In the latest video, Jacek Doroszenko works with minimalist objects that play a four-part piece like traditional instruments, reminiscent of Witold Lutosławski’s “Jeux Vénitiens”. Other works by the artist are video scores in which the movement of the filmed figure determines the character of the musical composition played. Ewa Doroszenko confronts the acoustic environment through more remote references by translating selected sound events into a synthetic visual language. With the help of abstract black-and-white structures, the artist captures the sound spreading in time and space in a static form.
Curator: Kama Wróbel, OP ENHEIM Wrocław
Polnisches Institut Düsseldorf, Citadellstr. 7
Exhibition open from 24.02. to 28.04.2023
Photography+ Photoworks – Interview, 2022
Polish artists Ewa Doroszenko and Jacek Doroszenko met on a residency programme in Italy and have been married for over ten years. Both originally trained as painters, but now make work across the spectrum of contemporary media together and individually. They are inspired by a common interest in contemporary technological reality. Their most recent project, Bodyfulness, combines photographs and gif-files made by Ewa and an album of musical compositions by Jacek and considers the potentials and paradoxes of digital intimacy. Photography+ caught up with them to find out more.
Text by Photoworks
Wroclaw Contemporary Museum
Ewa Doroszenko, Jacek Doroszenko
Metascore of new gestures
The exhibition entitled Metascore of New Gestures is a review of joint artistic experiments carried out by Ewa and Jacek Doroszenko in 2016–2022. Wrocław Contemporary Museum presents sound installations, video works and a series of graphics on paper. The duo’s creative work stems from their fascination with the relations between sound, space and visuality. In this triad, acoustic phenomena constitute the basis for artistic work, but the space that determines the entire process is equally important, providing the activities with a performative aspect.
Curator Piotr Lisowski
More at https://muzeumwspolczesne.pl
Muzeum Współczesne Wrocław
Wroclaw Contemporary Museum
pl. Strzegomski 2A
Opening 23.6.22, 6:00 pm
Exhibition open to 26.9.22
Metascore of New Gestures on LES NOUVEAUX RICHES Magazine
The exhibition entitled Metascore of New Gestures is a review of joint artistic experiments carried out by Ewa Doroszenko and Jacek Doroszenko in 2016–2022. Wrocław Contemporary Museum presents sound installations, video works and a series of graphics on paper…
Text by Piotr Lisowski, LES NOUVEAUX RICHES Magazine
View of the Oceans, Krakow Photomonth
Ewa Doroszenko and Jacek Doroszenko’s audiovisual project consists of video and photography works created as part of Artist-in-Residence programs in Greece, Lithuania, and Portugal. In their works, Ewa and Jacek examine how digital images and the latest technologies mediate perception of the natural world. Fascinated by modern information tools and their massive potential for shaping our ways of life, the artists seek to capture the atmosphere of a simultaneously physical and virtual present tense…
More at https://photomonth.com
Miesiąc Fotografii Krakow Photomonth
Dom Norymberski, Kraków, 27.05 – 17.06.2022
Jacek Doroszenko feat. Ewa Doroszenko – Bodyfulness
In June this year, the UK-based Audiobulb label will release a new album, Bodyfulness by Jacek Doroszenko, known for his Soundreaming project, solo albums on the French Eilean label, the American Time Released Sound and the Mammoth Ulthana duo. This time the musician invited Ewa Doroszenko, an intermedia artist, with whom they work together in the field of contemporary art, travel as part of Artist-in-Residence, and create joint exhibitions.
A WOMEN’S THING – Interview, 2022
Warsaw-based intermedia artist Ewa Doroszenko’s practice is a graphic showcase of blending classic photography with digital manipulation and traditional painting.
Doroszenko’s works are made with great attention to detail—and an emphasis toward aesthetics. Yet underneath the obvious layers of beauty, the viewer can find the hidden, deeper issues, as if Doroszenko wants to tell us that, after all, everything is much more complicated than it seems.
We spoke with Doroszenko about what her typical day as an artist looks like, how the people of her home country Poland are helping Ukrainians during the war, and how her grandparents’ history still has an influence today.
Text by A WOMEN’S THING Magazine
Edytowanie rzeczywistości. Rozmowa z Ewą Doroszenko
Skin – International Photography Exhibition, Membrana, Cankarjev dom, Ljubljana (SI), 2022
The exhibition Skin unveils different photographic practices, touching the topic of skin, be it gently or roughly, from its superficial mindfulness, its microscopic structures, to its social embodiment – in the economy of the gaze, it oscillates between the desired and demanded, exposing physicality, the relations between the real and the created, between immersion and deconstruction.
19 January – 1 March 2022, Cankarjev dom, Cultural and Congress Centre Ljubljana, and Membrana Institute
Exhibiting artists: Anne Noble, Ewa Doroszenko, Goran Bertok, Gorkem Ergun, Karina-Sirkku Kurz, Špela Šivic
Curators and layout: Kristina Ferk and Nataša Ilec Kralj
Cankarjev dom Exhibitions Programme Curator: Katarina Hergouth
NEO2 Magazine – interview, 2021
Ewa Doroszenko. Unreal beauty in all its splendor.
In her latest works, Polish artist Ewa Doroszenko focuses on the risks associated with beauty apps and the distortion of virtual beauty models. Ewa Doroszenko’s photographic work is based on manual and digital manipulation of images. The results are sensual and intriguing collages that address the pulsating issues of contemporary life, particularly the importance of the image in an increasingly technological reality and the fluidity of current standards of female beauty…
Text by Belén Vera Raya, NEO2 Magazine
FREIRAUM FESTIVAL 2021, Greece
How important is freedom in present-day Europe? Where is it at risk? How can we shore up freedom? Freiraum (Free Space) is a project by Goethe Institut in collaboration with 53 actors from 40 cities around Europe, active in culture and the arts, the research community, and civil society, joining forces to answer these questions.
Noorderlicht International Photo Festival 2021, Netherlands
„Imagine yourself on an island in the middle of the ocean” has been selected for Noorderlicht International Photo Festival 2021: The Makeable Mind! The festival takes place from 7th August onwards at several locations in Groningen and Friesland. With the theme ‘The Makeable Mind’ Noorderlicht explores the relationship between visual culture and reality: how is our thinking guided by a rampant image culture, unprecedented technological possibilities, and lightning-fast internet connections?
FIF BH – International Festival of Photography, Belo Horizonte
My „Body Editor” series has been selected for the FIF BH – International Festival of Photography, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2020.
The festival’s international call received 1,745 entries – including photographs, videos, and feature films – from over seventy countries. About 40 artists compose the exhibition with works that address ongoing and urgent issues and that bear a culture, a way of thinking and perceiving the world and the challenges they face. Among the themes raised by the works, there is the extermination of black youth in Brazil; the physical and symbolic marks – historically left by colonialism, which remains today; struggles in defence of gender diversity, socio-political and environmental emergencies, and the risks of an imminent collapse in a dystopian future.
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. The curatorial jury for the exhibition — comprising Max Houghton (United Kingdom), Kateryna Radchenko (Ukraine), and Katarzyna Sagatowska (Poland) — has selected the following creators: Yana Bachynska, Lilya Chavaga, Veronika Cherednychenko, Maciej Czuchryta & Marta Wieczorek, Jacek Doroszenko & 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.
Enklawa at Propaganda / PRPGND Gallery, Warsaw
Jacek Doroszenko and Ewa Doroszenko have been invited to the Enklawa (Enclave) at the Propaganda / PRPGND Gallery, which opened its doors to artists who would like to create art, meditate and fulfil themselves through every other form of expression.
Selected creators: 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.
Curator Jacek Sosnowski, Propaganda / PRPGND Gallery
Metonymic sequence or third eye – exhibition
Opening: 27.02.2020, Propaganda / PRPGND Gallery, Warsaw, curator Jacek Sosnowski.
The exhibition lasts till: 28.03.2020.
Artists: Janusz Bałdyga / Norbert Delman / Ewa Doroszenko / Karol Grygoruk / Tomasz Kulka / Paweł Łubowski / Jagoda Przybylak / Zygmunt Rytka / Krzysztof Wojciechowski / Ada Zielińska
How to Travel – exhibition, Propaganda / PRPGND Gallery, Warsaw
Ewa Doroszenko Jacek Doroszenko
16.03.2019 – 19.05.2019, curator Jacek Sosnowski, Propaganda / PRPGND Gallery, Warsaw
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.
Double speaker – exhibition, Exgirlfriend Gallery, Berlin
From Nov 17, 2018 to Dec 8, 2018
For their first show in Berlin, Ewa 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.
Coalescence – exhibition, MAH MUSEUM, TERCEIRA ISLAND, AZORES
Re_act Contemporary Art Laboratory
2018 Edition – Azores Islands
Commissioned By DRAC Azores
DANIEL VAN STRAALEN – LILA DE MAGALHAES – LUCIA LECI
Curated By ULTRASTUDIO
BAHAR YÜRÜKOĞLU, EWA DOROSZENKO, PLASTICITY, JOÃO PAULO SERAFIM
Curated By SCANDALE PROJECT
Winners of DEBUTS 2018 Announced!
I am delighted to announce that I have been shortlisted as one of 20 photographers who have been recognised by the DEBUTS 2018 jury as the most talented emerging photographers of the year and invited to a book and touring exhibition, shown exclusively at photography 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).
Carte Blanche – Contemporary Lynx Magazine, LETO Gallery
Carte Blanche is a new program on the Warsaw art scene launched by LETO Gallery (Marta Kołakowska), Contemporary Lynx Magazine (Dobromiła Błaszczyk) and Biała (Hubert Karsz). Within the framework of the event, institutions invite young artists to present their exhibitions, artists also receive the Carte Blanche – a recommendation of these institutions to follow the work of the selected artist, whom they consider extremely promising. Ewa Doroszenko’s works were presented during the second edition of Carte Blanche at Willa Biała in Warsaw in 2018.
YET magazine – Winners Announcement
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).
The Winners of the Young Lynxes Competition – Contemporary Lynx Magazine
Let’s meet the 12 winners of the first ‘Young Lynxes Portfolio’ art competition organised this winter by Contemporary Lynx Magazine. After a heated debate, the jury panel composed of editors: Anna Dziuba, Michalina Sablik, Dobromiła Błaszczyk and Sylwia Krasoń, chose 12 visual artists from hundreds of submissions. Our criteria included talent, aesthetics, selection of topics, and originality.
The winners: Bartosz Czarnecki, Norbert Delman, Ewa Doroszenko, Wiktor Dyndo, Marta Krześlak, Mikołaj Małek, Gabriel Orłowski, Anna Perach, Anna Raczyńska, Michał Sroka, Karolina Wojciechowska, Bartosz Zaskórski
Warsaw Gallery Weekend 2017, Propaganda / PRPGND Gallery
Exhibition – EWA DOROSZENKO, JACEK DOROSZENKO – REZYDENCI / RESIDENTS
22–24.09.2017, Propaganda / PRPGND Gallery, curator Jacek Sosnowski
Contemporary Lynx – interview
Interview on the Contemporary Lynx
SOUNDLAB: LYNX IN HEADPHONES #7, interview by Anna Prokop
Have you ever wondered how sound affects your perception of a certain place, your visual imagination, or even your memories? Two artists, Jacek and Ewa Doroszenko have created „Soundreaming”, an audio-visual project considering these phenomena. In May, they will release an album of music from the series, containing immersive, well-thought-out, dreamy compositions based on field recordings from the time of their artistic residency at the Hangar in Barcelona…
Exercises of listening, Fait Gallery, Brno
Exhibition: 23.03.2016 – 04.05.2016
In the first solo show of Ewa Doroszenko and Jacek Doroszenko in Brno, the sound is treated as a legitimate material of visual art, audible and visible spheres interact. The sound recording technique allows us to approach the environmental sound’s transparency and present it visually in a new context.
The Drawers, Kasia Michalski Gallery
Opening: September 3rd, 2015
The exhibition is open till September 17
The title of the presentation, THE DRAWERS, refers both to the place as well as to the subjects of the show. The majority of works were made on paper, although drawing is not the only medium the artists utilize. The works showcased at the exhibition aptly represent the artists’ styles and their manifold interests and activities: Rafał Dominik’s interest in pop culture, Ewa Doroszenko’s digital collages inspired by her many travels, Ewa Iwaniuk and Szymon Szewczyk’s exploration of the ordinary, Maria Jeglinska and Piotr Krzymowski’s use of found images, Maess’ expressive hand-drawn compositions, Magdalena Lapinska’s playful paintings and to Michał Gayer’s intriguing watercolours and ink sketches.
Exhibiting Artists: Rafał Dominik, Ewa Doroszenko, Michał Gayer, Ewa Iwaniuk, Maria Jeglińska, Piotr Krzymowski, Magdalena Estera Łapińska, Maess, Szymon Szewczyk
FILE Electronic Language International Festival, Sao Paulo, Brazil
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.