Martyna Poznańska (1984) is a transdisciplinary artist working primarly with multimedia installations. Intrigued by the processes of transformation and decay she has been exploring the symbiotic relations between human and non-human beings during her fieldtrips to the last primeval forest in Europe in Bialowies, attending to her own body as a connective tissue from within the environment. She exhibited and performed internationally: at Akademie der Künste, Aperto Raum, Konsumverein Braunschweig, Unsound Festival, HKAPA, Dance Bridges Festival, Art Sonje Centre in Seoul, and has worked with artists such as Hans Peter Kuhn, or Peter Cusack. Martyna holds a magisterium degree in Spanish Philology (JU, Krakow, 2010), she completed a Sound Art course at the University of the Arts, London and studied with prof. Hans Peter Kuhn at the Universität der Künste Berlin obtaining a Master of Arts title in 2016. Martyna lives and works in Berlin, Białystok and London.