Natalia Wiernik (b. 1989) is a multimedia artist living and working in Krakow, Poland. She was a student at the Faculty of Graphic Arts at the Jan Mateiko Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. Wiernik pursued her doctoral studies at the Department of Animation, Photography and Digital Media. In her artistic practice she has analyzes issues related to the concept of identity, it's formation in the process of remembering site-specific activities, and in the perpective of interpersonal relations at the level of family and society, e.g. in cultivated traditions.
Slate: "Are People Invisible Against These Background, or More Visible Than Ever?" by David Rosenberg Open