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Magdalena Cichon

Magdalena Cichon studied painting and textile arts at Burg GIebichenstein, University of Art and Design, while also exploring the scientific mind through the study of Psychology, which she uses to inform and develop not just the figures but character of her work. Her mostly figurative paintings are researching anthropological constants, as well as human differences – with bodies and their various expressions via shape, posture, and movement, serving as symbols for the range of what it means to be human.


During her studies, Magdalena traveled to China to deepen her understanding of Taoist philosophy. She developed her technique of blurring the lines of consciousness between an acting subject and external influences and creating her figurative paintings at the center of those two states.

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