RGB Lookbook (five—channel video installation, 2013) RGB is one of the colour models, and the popular lookbooks are used to endorse lifestyles and fashionable looks. Virtual carnivality is their way to accumulate everyday life stripped of its ordinary nature. The girls dressed in red, green, and blue are presenting an image of the contemporary carnivalism, turning it into a peculiar diary written in a language of concrete-sensual symbols characteristic to video blogs and youtube channels and found in everyday life.
Justyna Misiuk (b. 1989 in Przemyśl) — a Polish visual artist. A graduate of the University of Arts in Poznań, Intermedia Department (2013). She also studied at Universitatea de Arta si Design in Cluj—Napoca, Romania, as part of the European student exchange programme (2012).
Her works revolve around the relationship between man and nature: beliefs, customs, rituals, wildness, and freedom — states and activities that are deeply rooted in man, whilst simultaneously being repressed by the culture. In her realizations, she often uses her body. She works mainly with photography and video.
She has exhibited widely, among others, at Galeria Soimii Patriei (I want to be a mirror for you, Cluj—Napoca, Romania, 2012), WRO Art Center (AC/DC/IT, Wrocław, Poland, 2012), Kordegarda Gallery (AAAkupunktura, Warszawa, Poland, 2012), Aula Gallery (Video on Demand, Brno, Czech Republic, 2011), Kabelvåg Gallery (I like it loud, Norway, 2010), BWA Gallery in Zielona Góra (Archeologia teraźniejszości, 2009), as well as Sibiu International Theatre Festival in Romania (2012), the 1st and 2nd Video Art Festival “Points of View” in Łódź (Poland, 2012) or Video Art Festival Miden in Kalamata (Greece, 2010).
She received several scholarships, including the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland Scholarship (2012).
She lives and works in Poznań.