At the intersection between art and cartography, Zuzanna Skiba enfolds self-standing pictures that are supported by a framework of thoughts made of magnetic fields, aerial views and terrain transcriptions. She combines all three perspective angles (bird’s eye view, low angle view and human height perspective) in surreal artistic series. Skiba was first trained as a cartographer before she turned to fine arts. She studied at the Groningen Art Academy in the Netherlands, then in Bielefeld and Berlin, Germany. She now has her works shown internationally and perceives the world through topographic, political and philosophical eyes. She is a member of the German Art Union, and has obtained a great number of grants such as the Fruholmen Islands residence scholarship (Norway). Her subject was on “The Drama of Landscape” of Northcap. She creates inner and exterior landscapes.
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