Magda Dudziak

PTDW Grad Noontime Lecture Series
Thursday, February 13, 12:15 p.m.1:00 p.m.

280 S. Columbus Dr., Room 319

Untitled (Ferment), Acrylic, Flashe, Ink, Charcoal, Spray Paint, Dry Pastels, Markers , Color Pencils on Partially Unprimed Canvas, 2019-2020


Magda Dudziak is an artist born and raised in Poland. She holds her BFA from SAIC Painting and Drawing Department. She is a recipient of Edward L. Ryerson Fellowship as well as others. Her recent body of work occupies a space between painting, drawing , sculpture and object making.Her subject matters are often pulled from her immediate surroundings and her materials arrive from everyday life. Her works evolve without any preconceived ideas but rather through the process of solving, discovery and acts of serendipity. Driven by curiosity she explores how materials and processes respond to chance operations and the unknown. Through Abstraction Dudziak formalizes the coincidental and tries to emphasize the process of composition that is behind the seemingly random works.