Her practice deals with intergenerational trauma and contextualises it around gender studies and intersectional feminism. Her work vibrates from Julia Kristeva’s notion of abjection in relation to bodies, sexuality and intimacy. She takes inspiration from the theories of body memory and the collective aspects of trauma trapped in the physical presence of the human and non-human bodies. Jarosz sources from movement and performance as well as storytelling practices. 

Jarosz’ recent works take inspiration from slavic paganism and ancient slavic beliefs. She explores rituals passed to her by her female ancestors and formulates the context of passages of the intergenerational body memory. She formulates questions about the inheritance of intuition.

Anna’s work sources from intersectional feminist movements, existentialist philosophy and psychoanalysis. Her practice searches for the symbol of invisible power over feminine bodies and connects it to the personal experience of existing as part of a social body.

Anna Jarosz (b. 1996, Poland) is a visual artist born in the mountains in the southern Poland. She is currently based in between different places.

She studied at HDK-Valand in Gothenburg, Sweden and at FAMU in Prague, Czech Republic. She primarily works using video, installation, painting & sculpture.

She exhibited her work and took part in residencies internationally in Austria, Czechia, Denmark, England, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Norway, Peru, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Sweden and Wales.