Please upgrade your browser

For the best experience, you should upgrade your browser. Visit our accessibility page to view a list of supported browsers along with links to download the latest version.

Diana Fiedler

MA work

My practice focuses on spaces that are as much mental as physical, on identities and architecture that bleed into each other. I aim to construct new spaces – hybrids – that are a balance between the two; an architecture of space and memory. I am particularly interested in bland, anonymous spaces, and view them as the physical manifestations of the systems that structure our lives. In my work I am trying to approach the idea of how we ‘wear’ these spaces. At present this involves making interiors from exteriors. Here, concrete doubles as both form and content.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Humanities

    Programme

    MA Photography, 2010

  • My practice focuses on spaces that are as much mental as physical, on identities and architecture that bleed into each other. I aim to construct new spaces – hybrids – that are a balance between the two; an architecture of space and memory. I am particularly interested in bland, anonymous spaces, and view them as the physical manifestations of the systems that structure our lives. In my work I am trying to approach the idea of how we ‘wear’ these spaces. At present this involves making interiors from exteriors. Here, concrete doubles as both form and content.

  • Degrees

  • MA, Drawing and Printmaking, Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań, Poland, 2002; MA, Art Education, Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań, Poland, 2000
  • Experience

  • Curator, Galeria Aneks, Poznań, 2006-8; Assistant lecturer, Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań, Poznań, 2002 to present
  • Exhibitions

  • Battle of Ideas, Royal College of Art, London, 2009; Double, Galeria Foksal, Warsaw, Poland, 2008; Pauza, Galeria Rotunda, Poznań, Poland, 2006; Puls, Galeria Aneks, Poznań, Poland, 2006
  • Awards

  • City of Poznań Fine Art Scholarship, 2002