The struggle for non-alienation: Zofia Kulik's work in terms of labour

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Included in an edited volume that examines the work of Polish artist Zofia Kulik, the chapter (c. 8,000 words) examines the artist's turn to archives and object/image-based work by situating it in contemporary debates on artistic labour and the promise of art to function as a site of de-alienation. The article focuses on how gendered values can help locate Kulik's choices as an artist following the end of the KwieKulik partnership.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationZofia Kulik
Subtitle of host publicationMethodology, My Love
EditorsAgata Jakubowska
PublisherMuseum of Modern Art, Warsaw
ISBN (Print)9788364177590
Publication statusPublished - 25 Feb 2020

Publication series

NameThe Museum Under Construction


  • Zofia Kulik
  • artistic labour
  • alienation
  • contemporary art


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