Kacper Koleda

Kacper Koleda

Modern (Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century)
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Kacper works on the notions of health and disease, and their manifestations in art, architecture and their respective discourses. He is particularly fascinated by the concept of monstrosity, which emerges in relation to those two terms. Previously, during his time at UCL and the University of Cambridge, Kacper explored anthropomorphic architecture, and considered the links between interior space and the human body. His interests are transhistorical, spanning from the eighteenth and nineteenth century colonial empires of Britain and France to the contemporary period. Kacper has gained professional experience at the Warsaw Museum of Modern Art, the Modern & Impressionist Department at Christie’s London, and in galleries and art organisations elsewhere in London.

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