Karolina Sobecka – Junior Researcher

Karolina is an artist and researcher working at the intersection of art, science and technology, arranging and participating in social configurations that channel, accommodate or resist technological shifts. Karolina’s current projects explore notions of ecology and governance through case studies in the fields of climate- and carbon- engineering.

Karolina’s work has been shown internationally, and has received numerous awards, including from Creative Capital, NYFA, Princess Grace Foundation, Eyebeam, Rhizome, and Vida Art and Artificial Life Awards.

Karolina studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and at Calarts, and has taught internationally, including at University of Washington, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Rhode Island School of Design and New York University. She is currently a PhD candidate at European Center for Art, Design and Media based Reseach, and Kunstuniversität Linz.

Recent News / Events

05/2020
The New Carbon Consciousness
Webinar with Karolina Sobecka, organized by Swissnex China.
05/2020
Techniques Matter. Researching More-Than-Human Worlds
Method workshop moderated by IXDM's Karolina Sobecka, organized by the Institute of Aesthetic Practice and Theory.
03/2020
What does radical ecological research look like?
Guest presentation by Karolina Sobecka at NYU's Radical Ecologies Lab.
01/2020
Double Counting: The Odum Oration
Performance lecture by Karolina Sobecka and Jamie Allen.
11/2019
Cycles of Circulation: Carbon and Eco­logical Sinofuturism
Teaching and research collaboration with Shanghai Tongji University.

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