Malgorzata Dawidek is a visual artist, writer and art historian (PhD). Currently she has been conducting PhD practice-led research at the Slade/UCL. Her artistic and academic interests cover the visual arts, literature and certain medical matters. Dawidek's practice is focused on the conflict between the condition of the human body and discursive language. It addresses aspects of corporeality as a continuous narration, a text ‘in process’, which she describes as bodygraphy.
I am Romanian metal artist, in love with shapes and volumes, eager to express himself in a minimalist style by capturing the most intimate feelings of human nature. Obsessed with volumes and shapes details, each new piece is a challenge that drives me until the last hammer blow. With every work I create I try to transform cold metal in human and natural feelings. I made contact with art at Art School of Baia Mare - Romania. Given the fact during the communist regime art was not a lucrative option, I decided to study metallurgic engineering and that was my first appointment with metal.