About the Artist
The questions surrounding how we act together are at the core of Lucy Pawlak’s practice. She works reflexively with others to examine how and why we conform to systems and what the possibility of breaking with a pattern might offer. Her work examines the potential for interaction and expression within existing social and cultural apparatus in combination with the potential for developing alternative self-organising structures.
Pawlak is involved in ongoing practical research into structuring events and workshops that open up spaces for critical exploration of a subject by those present.She is keen to develop forms that offer the potential for collaborative research into how language and code can be instrumental in the production of social space.
Lucy Pawlak (b.1980, London) studied Graphic Design in Bristol, Painting at the Royal College of Art, and Cinematography at the Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School in Lodz; she was a member of the Lux Associate Artists 2011. She lives and works in London and Warsaw.
The questions surrounding how we act together are at the core of Lucy Pawlak’s practice.
Welcome to the website for Pixel Palace, Tyneside Cinema’s digital art programme, which ran from 2008-2014. Here you can explore our archive of exciting art commissions and exhibitions, as well as the artists we worked with over that time. You can find out more about what is happening with the current Tyneside Cinema Arts Programme at www.tynesidecinema.co.uk/art.