MLitt Curatorial Practice School of Fine Art

Ania Mroczek (She/Her)

Ania Mroczek is a curator and artist currently based in Glasgow and London. Her research explores feminist genealogies and the reinterpretation of historical narratives through subversion. Her work challenges dominant assumptions and power structures, focusing on highlighting marginalised perspectives. Ania is currently pursuing a Master’s in MLitt Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art) at the Glasgow School of Art, and holds an undergraduate degree in BA(Hons) Fine Art from the University of Lincoln, Lincolnshire.

Mroczek’s practice emphasises the importance of preserving and sharing diasporic histories and voices. It uses creative approaches to repossess and reclaim identities and situated knowledges from the dominant narratives that have traditionally erased or silenced them.

Going forward, her practice shall work against the dominant regimes of power, focusing on time and history, and with an ability to research, speak, and interpret, she aims to create opportunities to showcase multidisciplinary practices from various perspectives in a global environment. These projects will deliver a secure space for fostering collaboration, networking, and community growth.


Subjective Feminist Genealogies

Subjective Feminist Genealogies

Subjective Feminist Genealogies collates individuals and projects exploring diasporic and marginalised experiences in the UK by offering alternative histories and reframing existing narratives through a genealogical lens. It guides those displaced or dispossessed as a reminder that they are seen and recognised. This project signifies a space that allows them to speak and be heard, where they can subvert and repossess their histories and experiences. It aims to provide them with the agency to pave the way for the representation of their diasporic identities and situated knowledge.

This project unites four practitioners and projects through a printed publication, exclusively shared with those involved, and a web platform open to others. As an element of an evolving curatorial project, the website features content akin to the physical text and fosters collaboration, networking, and community growth, offering a wider audience with digital resources and interactive engagement.