This is the website of Agnieszka Roguski.

Agnieszka Roguski works at the intersection of research and curating. As a researcher, curator, and writer, she explores strategies of re-/presentation among shifting technologies from a critical, queer-feminist perspective. She is the Artistic Director of M.1 Arthur Boskamp-Stiftung. Under the collective A.R. practice, she works with graphic designer Ann Richter on curatorial projects and is responsible for the artistic direction of Edit magazine. The book Echoing Exhibition Views. Subjectivity in Post-Digital Times is their most recent project.
In her PhD thesis “The Self on Display – becoming public as dis-identification under post-digital conditions” at Freie Universität Berlin, she investigated web based practices of identification and disidentification in relation to the curatorial. She was an associate member of the PhD Program “The Photographic Dispositif” at Braunschweig University of Art.
Mediating her research, she gave lectures and workshops at Konsthall Gothenburg, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Martin Gropius Bau Berlin, Louisiana Museum Copenhagen, and Staatliche Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe. Her works were shown at Kunstverein Leipzig, HKW Berlin, Torrance Shipman Gallery New York; and published by Tectum, Kerber, Peter Lang, Broken Dimanche, Revolver, Distanz, Texte zur Kunst, Arts of the Working Class, Zeitschrift für Medienwissenschaften, Spike Art Magazine, Camera Austria, vonhundert, KubaParis, Eikon, Pop Zeitschrift, the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg, keen on magazine, and Springerin.
She assisted at PRAXES Center for Contemporary Art Berlin and the CCA Wattis Institute San Francisco, and was a research associate at the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig, Department for Cultures of the Curatorial. There, she initiated the project Show and Try Again together with Beatrice von Bismarck, Julia Kurz and Benjamin Meyer-Krahmer. Besides that, she had teaching assignments at the HfBK Hamburg, Stuttgart State Academy of Art, Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design, the Braunschweig University of Art, Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle, and the University of Hildesheim, Faculty for Cultural Studies and Aesthetic Communication and was awarded the MMCA international researcher residency 2022 in Seoul, South Korea and curated the duo show Regimes of Vulnerability with Ibanjiha and Vika Kirchenbauer at d/p in Seoul.

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