Marta J Dabrowska
Center for Applied Liberal Arts
Marta Dabrowska works in video, audio, and social practice. She is also a writer/translator, and a college instructor.
Dabrowska's work has been seen at museums, festivals, and galleries in New York and abroad. Her writing and translations have appeared in Vida, Vassar Review, and the Forward among others. Her first literary translation is scheduled for publication by the Dalkey Archive Press. Dabrowska was the recipient of BRICworkspace and Signal Culture residencies, as well as Puffin Foundation, Asylum Arts, and BAC grants. Her work is often collaborative, participatory, and socially engaged. As an instructor, Dabrowska's focus is on multimodal storytelling and devising audience experience.
She shares her time between New York and Warsaw, Poland.