2020 "Forest Inspirations"- solo exhibition, Kina Ceramic Design Gallery, Oxford, UK
2018 "Oxford Summer- Paintings by Monika Filipek"- solo exhibition, Art Cafe, Oxford, UK
2017 X Art Biennale, BWA Olsztyn, Poland
2017 "Collage-Assemblage"- collective exhibition, BWA Olkusz, Poland
2017 "8xY- The eight of Y generation artists in Scene X "-collective exhibition, ScenaX Gallery, Olsztyn, Poland
2016 "Deserted- arrived. Artists from the Warmia-Masuria", (with Rokosz group)- collective exhibition, Zamek Gallery, Reszel, Poland
2016 "CAHOOTS"- collective exhibitions, One Painting gallery, Lublin, Poland
2015 IX Art biennale, BWA Olsztyn, Poland
2015 "The Graduate. After the Academy - Liquid Identity"- collective exhibition with graduates of Academy of fine arts in Gdansk, IS Wyspa, Gdańsk, Poland
2014 "Machine/Breath"- Concert: Ray Dickaty, Kamil Szuszkiewicz, performance and installation: Monika Filipek, "Wolne Loty16", Praca Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2013 VIII Art biennale, BWA Olsztyn, Poland
2013- II Art biennale, Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland
2012 "Bliskoznacznie" Exhibition of Students from the Faculty of Painting and Sculpture of the Fine Arts in Gdansk Wroclaw, Poland
2012 „The Venus Project”-music and art event, solo exhibition: Frog, Olsztyn, Poland
2012 " Picture, assemblage, installation"-solo exhibition, Fahrenheit Club, Gdańsk, Poland
2015 – 2016 University of Arts in Poznan, Poland Sculpture Studio of prof. Danuta Mączak
2008 – 2013 Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, Poland
Painting studio of prof. Henryk Czesnik
2011 – 2012 Erasmus exchange program, Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava Slovakia
Painting studio of prof. Daniel Fischer
2007 – 2008 Olsztyn, Poland, University of Warmia and Mazury
Faculty of Art
I was born in an unusual, beautiful, and magical region in Poland- the Warmia-Masuria district. Growing and living close to nature shape my eco-friendly attitude. I create art referring to environmental problems and post-humanistic ideologies. The mains inspirations are natural forms, technological development, and the social impact of postmodern civilization.
My art studio is a space for quite an interesting mix: a critique of consumerism, a manifest of cyberpunk visions, and recreate organic structures of the natural world.
An essential part of my art process is to develop eco concepts based on upcycling and reuse existing matter, or to process natural, organic substances. Although I work with various disciplines and media, using my experimental own techniques, the most characteristic feature of my art is created through handmade and hand-building. The results are ceramic forms, mixed media paintings, contemporary crafts, installations, collages, or recycled waste electric assemblage objects.
Based on a Street Art revolution and identity myself with alternative social movements I explore independent art territories through traveling, moving between media, joining visual arts with other disciplines, organizing interactive events.