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"Anarchistic creationism pushes her towards fireworks of mystification and total negation of boundaries, weaving and unweaving of conventions. Her primary inspiration is the mechanism of simultaneous development and destruction, a fascination with the change ability of forms."
Hanna Wróblewska
"If I set such goals for myself, then I got a lot further. I'm probably one of those people who has to set their sights on an impossible goal. That's how I give myself chance, because I really believe in it, and take it seriously; I really give myself a chance to explore things that are completely new for me."
KK talks too Sabine Folie
"The works of Katarzyna Kozyra point to the most important issues of human existence: identification, identity, transgression. She acts in the realm of cultural taboos referring to the bodily nature of man and to some stereotypes and behavior in the context of social life. She questions and overcomes them while stirring controversy and (usually) subjecting herself to the criticism of the outraged critics. She forces us to re-think and verify the settled order of values by unveiling the facts of reality..."
Hanna Wróblewska
"Kozyra's notoriety and controversial status in Poland is legendary and her works, never sensational for the sake of publicity, continue to elicit extreme responses and heated public discussions. Her installations, formally beautiful and poetic but driven by intense, confrontational content, often present her subjects without their full knowledge and/or consent. Through strategies of infiltration and exposure Kozyra's works confront myths, taboos, and stereotypes and touch upon larger universal truths about human nature, private behaviors, and conventional standards of beauty."
Magda Sawon