Kozlowska is a visual artist based in Studio Voltaire in London. She studied Drawing at Camberwell College of Art, (BA 2008), MFA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and Design in London (2010) and also Polish Literature and Linguistics at University of Warsaw (MA 2004). She has been exhibiting in many group exhibitions in London, Manchester, Warsaw and Bielefeld, Klaipeda. In addition She has been curating and participating in several shows and projects in London such as: Micro-Macro Vision Red Gate Gallery, Invisible means of support, in Rochelle School, collaborative project ‘Ponglish for beginners’ in Victoria Baths Manchester, SLWA and Q-Art Projects. Kozlowska was awarded for contemporary sculpture by UH Galleries in ‘Eastern Approaches’in Hatfield, several art residencies: KCCC (Klaipeda, Lithuania) culminated with a solo show : Pilgrimage, (2011), Cortijada los Gazques, Joya (Spain), Working title in Aspex Gallery ( 2011, Portsmouth). She also collaborated with South London Women Artists (SLWA) and Open Art House events in Studio Voltaire in South London. Recent shows include art residency in Conway Hall (Holborn-London2014/2015) and show in in Brixton East Gallery, London.
Kozlowska’s eclectic practice is based in abstarct drawing, installation, sculpture, digital photography and recently also in experiment in performance.