︎      Monika Gabriela Dorniak


is a German-Polish interdisciplinary artist who is dividing her time between Berlin, London and the Unknown.   More Information.


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︎    Upcoming


⋰  3rd- 30th December 2021
⋮    Pop Up Gallery curated by Maren Voith
⋮    Nails Projectroom, Düsseldorf, Germany

⋰  11th- 31st December 2021
⋮    Green Light Fundraiser Exhibition
⋮    Haus der Statistik, Berlin, Germany

⋰  7th - 13th January 2022
⋮    Critical Practice Studio
⋮    Haus der Statistik, Berlin, Germany

⋰  21st January - 28th February 2022
    Mapping the Cartographic by Collective Rewildering
⋮   Drugo Mare, Rijeka, Croatia

is a German-Polish interdisciplinary artist who is dividing her time between Berlin, London and the Unknown.   More Information.



Contact / Instagram
CV / Portfolio
Editions / Art Apart Gallery




︎    Upcoming


⋰  3rd- 30th December 2021
⋮    Pop Up Gallery curated by Maren Voith
⋮    Nails Projectroom, Düsseldorf, Germany

⋰  11th- 31st December 2021
⋮    Green Light Fundraiser Exhibition
⋮    Haus der Statistik, Berlin, Germany

⋰  7th - 13th January 2022
⋮    Critical Practice Studio
⋮    Haus der Statistik, Berlin, Germany

⋰  21st January - 28th February 2022
    Mapping the Cartographic by Collective Rewildering
⋮   Drugo Mare, Rijeka, Croatia




The Aesthethics Of Knowledge

2019 - ongoing




Sculpture series
Diagram paintings

Different dimensions 

Premiered at tbc 
The Aesthetics Of Knowledge (2019-2020) is a crystal series, grown from ethanol, pigments and body-fluids, such as blood and salvia. The material connection, between non-human elements and essential substances of the body, builds a clinamenic and non-hierarchic network, symbolising the dependancy of human being to the environment. Simultaneously the sculptures uncontrolled growth functions as a metaphor for a self that is in continuous development.

Ruhig, aber beweglich (2020) is a wooden sculpture that is part of this series, including ten glass panels. Crystalline structures that cover the glass, grow with a mixture of pigments and body-fluids.  The work reflects on the human aspiration for infinity in a finite, simultaneously incalculable, world. The sculpture introduces an uncategorised notion of agency by situating the human particles in a growing network of nonhuman agents.


Funded by Senatsverwaltung für Kunst und Kultur, Berlin. 


All images and texts © 2009-2021  Monika Gabriela Dorniak. All rights reserved.