Wioleta Kaminska is a Polish-born and San Francisco-based media artist, designer, linguist and educator, but most of all, a storyteller. Her work ranges from photography, drawings, motion graphics to film, video and animations.
Her meditative video landscapes are both a study in perception and stillness and visual reflection on the intersection between nature, technology and culture.
Her video installations have been shown internationally in art festivals, gallery exhibitions and art conferences.
Recently Kaminska's video, I Miss My Home, has received a Curator's Choice award for its highly distinctive and imaginative response to the brief the Europeana Space, Disruptive Media project. In November it was part of the Photomediations exhibition at the "Cultural Heritage: reuse, remake, and reimagine" conference in Berlin.
In January 2017, I Miss My Home will be presented in Rome at an International Conference of International Sociological Association: “The Challenge of the Global Migrant, Bodies on the Move and Cultural Differences".
"Wioleta Kaminska is a designer and media artist who explores some of the key concerns of our times: the conflicting forces that shape land and humans. She poetically reveals ecosophical and temporal liminalities while raising the latent question of how we find ourselves caught between nature and technology, contemplation and complicity, dusk and dawn." - Erik Adigard, M-A-D