Katarzyna Przezwańska (b. 1984), in her practice, often refers to nature and architecture. She combines both of these fields, always striving to improve the quality of human life and trying to make her art entirely utilitarian. The artist is equally inspired by vernacular architecture and classical architects of the twentieth century, as by the vegetation of plants or large geological phenomena. She creates architectural interventions, installations, paintings, often using natural materials such as rocks, minerals or plants. Przezwańska took part in numerous exhibitions, i.e. in CCA in Warsaw, Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, National Museum in Warsaw and Abteiberg Museum in Monchengladbach. In 2017 she won the ING Polish Art Foundation prize for her work on the geological history of Warsaw, where she lives and works.