Ada Kobusiewicz lives and works as a freelance artist in Austria and Poland. She works as media and installation artist with analogue and digital media.

Her work moves between research, science and experiment, focusing on “neglected” environments, transitory spaces and the relationship between their individual and collective statements. The artistic-theoretical background of her work is the examination of space, movement, light. From a sociological perspective she is interested in the relationship between the individual and the collective, and how this is affected by, and reflected in, our perceptions of the urban landscape. Her installations are created mainly in public space to make art more accessible to all. In this way it is possible for the Artist to move beyond mere social commentary and become an active participant in shaping the urban environment by stimulating passers-by to reflect on topics that they otherwise might not engage with. I see this as a necessary evolution from the 19th Century White Cube concept of the  “institutionalised” presentation of art to one that is more relevant to the 21st Century.

In the creative process the main element for Ada is to introduce or even to set the work in motion. Her concept of work is always connected with dynamics and movement. Kinetic images are the inspiration for her works.

Ada Kobusiewicz was born in Poland. In 2004 she moved to Spain where she studied at the University of Granada, Faculty of Philosophy and Arts and at the Andalusian Institut of Arts where she completed diferent courses related with light design. In 2012 she finished MA Degree in Art, Research and Production at the Academy of Arts in Granada and in 2014 MA Degree in Light Design at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, Serbia. From April 2017 Kobusiewicz is researcher of PhD programme in Research in Arts at the University of Basque Country in Spain.

She exhibits in Austria, Spain, Serbia, Italy, Croatia, BIH, Finland, Denmark and UK and her works has been shown at festivals in USA, Sweden, England, Austria, Serbia, France, Portugal, Germany, Mexico, Spain, Greece, South Korea, Russia and other countries.