Agnieszka Ziemiszewska is a graphic designer, educator, and art curator. She designs posters, publications, visual identifications as well as social art projects. She regards art not only as a communication and intervention tool but also as an area of unlimited experimentation. Selflessness and freedom, seen as a state in which one does not assume or exclude anything, are the values she considers to be essential in art.
Agnieszka first built her career working as an independent designer creating visual identification systems. Currently, she focuses on experimental, non-commercial, educational and research projects.
Agnieszka actively participates in international shows dedicated to graphic design. Her works have been presented all over the world (International Poster Biennale in Warsaw, Moscow, Bolivia, Mexico, Tehran, China, Italy, Ecuador, the Triennial of Poster in Lahti, Trnava, Hong Kong, Mons, Sofia, the International Poster Festival in Shenzhen, the Dubai Design Week, the Beijing International Design Week and the Ogaki Poster Museum in Japan). Her works were also shown at solo exhibitions in South Korea, Hungary, Indonesia and Poland.
Agnieszka has been awarded numerous distinctions which include the Grand Prix of the Polish Poster Biennale.
She is a professor at the Faculty of the New Media Arts at the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw, where she currently heads the Visual Communication Studio.
Agnieszka has lead a number of workshops and lectures at international events and universities. In the past few years she has conducted projects in France, Bulgaria, China, Hungary, the Netherlands, Indonesia, South Korea and Germany. Jury member in national and international graphic design competitions.