What it Feels Like to Be A Professional Artist in Central and Eastern Europe? Individualised Realty of the Other in Zofia Kulik’s Arts
This paper explores (re)construction of professional and private life-worlds of the artist in the context of a socio-political change in the Central and Eastern Europe
||Professional identity, Artistic production, CEE
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp.107-116.
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Research incorporates interpretive, critical and feminist perspectives on professional firms, professionalisation processes, culture and identity. Dr Kosmala also researches in art, aesthetics, and organisational interface. Also involved in critical art writing.
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