We are creative studio that incorporates art, design, psychology
and education into our agenda. Our professional background consists of work for art institutions, academic institutions and non- official art word.
On Dream means that our fuel and high is our passion to work with what is hidden in imagination. We enable others to feel the same way we do.
Due to our longtime collaboration with art institutions we can design and carry out the realisation of interactive exhibition that will serve as an creative playground and educational tool for the visitors.
If your brand is or would like to be identified with creativity – we can make up something special for you.
Interactive installation can serve as a main attracion or can be a part of a bigger venue. Our ideas will spice up your event and will allow your guests to experience something extraoridinary.
We design interactive exhibitions not only for pure joy but to use them as a tool for personal developement. During our workshops we guide people through the creative proces that can generate meaningful insights.
Artist and designer. Academic teacher in the Faculty of Interior Architecture and Design at the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw. Scholarship holder of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland and co-winner of the 2009 wARTo Cultural Award of Gazeta Wyborcza daily for the project “Interactive Playground” produced by WRO Art Center. She works in the field of contemporary art and design. Professionally, he designs interactive exhibitions, graphics and illustrations.
Her practice is characterized by openness to interdisciplinary dialogue between architecture, photography, interaction, image, graphics, and application programming. A regular collaborator of the Wroclaw Contemporary Museum, since 2012 she has been preparing interactive exhibitions from the „Self-Service Museum” series.
Regular individual exhibitions focus on exploring processes related to body memory and awareness, often using the creative method of Butoh dancers. Her works consciously attracts attention of audience, by playing with visual elements they gives additional meaning to spaces.
A graduate of Inter-Faculty Individual Studies in the Humanities and Psychology at the University of Wrocław. In 2008/2009, she studied the Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Tilburg, and in 2011/2012 she was the beneficiary of a six-month scholarship at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
From 2014 to 2017, she was the curator of the educational program at Wrocław Contemporary Museum. In 2015–2017, she cooperated with the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław as a lecturer teaching Art Mediation. Since 2014, together with artist Patrycja Mastej, she has been developing and curating interactive exhibitions, including those in the “Self-Service Museum” series.
As an art trainer and a psychologist, she runs sensual workshops and social projects that strengthen the sense of community while using creative methods. Recently she educates herself and works with therapeutic methods focused on the integration of the mind and the body.