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Psychological Projection Artwork

Natalia Lewandowska

United Kingdom

New Media, Paper on Paper

Size: 8.3 W x 11.7 H x 0.4 D in

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PSYCHOLOGICAL PROJECTION Original Artwork New Media Paper, 21 x 29.7 cm Collage inspired by Psychological Projection theory which, in a nutshell, is a psy­chological defense mechanism where­ one person 'projects' his/her own undesir­able thoughts, motivations or desires onto someone else. Sigmund Freud and his daughter Anna both worked on defence mechanisms, adding five of their own Displayed at: Protege Gallery, Richmond, London O3 Art Gallery, Oxford The Barfly, Camden Town, London Shoreditch Town Hall, London

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New Media:Paper on Paper

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Size:8.3 W x 11.7 H x 0.4 D in

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Natalia Lewandowska holds a Master degree from the Royal College of Art and a Bachelor's degree from the University of Arts London. Her thesis was described by British writer and painter Jonathan Miles as ‘Distinctive in all dimensions’. She received Quentin Blake Narrative Drawing Award and won HSBC Bank Bursary. Natalia has an extensive experience as Art Director by working for established designers like Christopher Jenner on commercial projects in London, New York, Paris and St.Petersburg for clients including Liberty London, Globe-Troter, Atkinsons 1799 and Kusmi Tea Paris. Her large-scale public artwork is permanently etched on the 30 meters long stainless steel wall at the Eurostar Ticket Hall at London King's Cross railway station. Natalia's artworks were displayed at numerous exhibitions, including the Royal Academy of Arts, V&A Museum, Old Truman Brewery and National Museum of Poland. Published by GQ Magazine, House&Garden and Boston Pride.

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