Kasia Molga
Since 2006
Works in London United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Kasia Molga is a London based interdisciplinary artist and academic. She studied Fine Arts and Animation at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan, Poland; Film & Video and Interdisciplinary Design in Central Saint Martins College in London. She is a PhD candidate in University of East London and a senior lecturer in Limkokwing University of Creative Technology.

Her work has been exhibited worldwide, among many others in the ICA (UK), BBC Short Film Festival, Design Mai (Berlin), Contemporary Arts Space Osaka (Japan), OXO Tower (UK), B.tween Festival (UK), London Fashion Week, FILMMobile Festival (London), Malta Theatre Festival (Poland).

Kasia has over 10 years experience working for digital creative industry and for many years she has run her own design studio “Key to Alef” which acted as a platform for both her commercial and non-commercial projects, as well as dynamic space for sharing experiences, ideas and work with other artists all over the world. In last three years she moved to consulting and she collaborate on regular basis as a freelance art/creative director. Among her clients are advertising houses such as Saatchi, Ogilvy, Wunderman, Publicis and Digitas.

Recently Kasia set up two non-profit organizations, both dealing with dissemination of art, education and culture. “Artcella” is a UK based collective looking at mobile phone as a platform for art and knowledge experience and social cohesion. “Hidden Africa” deals with a creative knowledge exchange between UK and The Gambia and hopefully in the future beyond.

Kasia was also a lecturer in University of Greenwich, where she run three workshops: in animation, digital design and net art. She has also taught at Westminster Kingsway College on AS levels..

She publishes in academic journals and presents at art/design/academic events regularly.
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Thu Mar 04, 2010 00:00 - Sun Feb 28, 2010

The perception of landscape and sense of place or location has, in the last decade, undergone many changes.

It is now possible to visit the Mongolian village, to look at its terrain, its panoramas and communicate with local people in real time while being on a train from Lyon to London. It is now possible to browse others people snapshots of places and explore the world through their eyes. Platforms such as Google Earth, Flickr, Facebook or instant communication messaging systems altered our global awareness - boundaries between geographical, personal and temporal zones are blurred.

Three different spaces, two exhibitions and one artist . . .

Combining traditional forms and computational media, London based artist Kasia Molga attempts to address some of these issues by using art to metaphorically and literally engage viewers in a dialogue with hyperlinked landscapes. Using a newly conceptualized public library space - the Idea Stores of Tower Hamlets borough in London - she exhibits both a selection of web linked landscapes using traditional materials and exhibits a digital interactive installation, “Mirror of Infinity 3.0” which can be viewed and experienced in two places at the same time and participate in collaborative "online" creation

Kasia Mogla gained a Masters in Interdisciplinary Design from Central Saint Martins, London, in 2005. Exhibitions include: the ICA (London), BBC Short Film Festival (London), “Design Cities” Design Mai Festival (Berlin), “Biennale of Contemporary Arts” in Contemporary Arts Space Osaka (Japan), “Inside Out” OXO Tower (London), “B.tween08” Manchester Museum of Science, ”Mobilefest festival” Sao Paolo Museum of Sound and Vision.

Molga is a senior lecturer in Limkokwing University of Creative Technology and a PhD candidate at University of East London.


Idea Store White Chapel
321 Whitechapel Road
London E1 1BU

from 4th of March till 19th of March


Idea Store Canary Wharf
Churchill Place
London E14 5RB
Idea Store Chrisp Street
1 Vesey Path
East India Dock Road
London E14 6BT

from 11th of March till 19th of March