Izabella Bryzek was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1989. She received her Master's Degree in Painting with rector's honors from the Academy of Fine Art in Warsaw in 2013. She has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in various spaces, that include: Tate Liverpool, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw (Laboratory Live), Galeria Promocyjna in Warsaw, Galeria Bardzo Biała in Warsaw, Galeria Działań in Warsaw, A19 Gallery in Warsaw, BWA Zielona Góra, Galeria Wozownia in Toruń, Polish Sculpture Center in Orońsko, Performer Art Centre in Żyrardów, National Stadium in Warsaw. She is the recipient of the 2014 Initiative Entry award for graduate students of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.
“The relation between man, and the cosmos of which he is a part motivates my artworks. During his life, man attains and develops the ability to understand and process information. The tools, scriptures and rituals that he creates and that surround him allow him to organize that, which he has observed and experienced.
Through my art, I search for our presence in the places where we live and function every day. I then present our daily life in the context of the various unimaginable processes that have been taking place since the beginning of the universe. I want to emphasize that our everyday reality is the reality described by science, but at the same time it is a reality filled with emotion and affection, both shaped and limited by sensory cognition.”