Agnes Neza Momirski


Drawing from semiotics, philosophical, sociological, psychoanalytic theories, my work reflects upon the influence of language, objects, visual aesthetics, and cinematic narrative structures on perception of reality and self-identity.

My projects are self-contained fictional worlds, displaying the intertwining of collective and personal within the psyche.

Through absurd film narratives and works in forms of installations, drawings and sculptures, I address notions of internal and external forces exchanging in shaping of one’s reality. External forces, conditioned by objects, architectural and narrative structures, by means of integration into the Symbolic intertwine with the inner forces, based in man’s neurosis over the split in continuity. Intimacy becomes artificial, exposing deeper laying anxiety in the contemporary society.