Jaśmina Wójcik is a visual artist and social activist who creates videos, paintings, projects in public spaces, and interactive installations. She was born in 1983.
In 2003 she graduated from the National High School of Fine Arts in Nałęczów. In the years 2003-2008 she studied at the Faculty of Graphic Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where she obtained a diploma with honours at Professor Stanisław Wieczorek’s Multimedia Artistic Creation Studio and Professor Grzegorz Kowalski’s Audiovisual Space Studio. In 2008 she started to work as an assistant in the Multimedia Artistic Creation Studio. Folllowing this, in 2011 she defended a PhD at her alma mater. She has also been a student of Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Studies (Art / Public Space / Democracies) at University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw.
Jaśmina has won many awards and merits for her artistic activity, including first prize at the Samsung Art Master Competition in 2007 for Improvisation and the Grand Prix at a contest organized by Kino Polska and Onet called Film in a Minute in 2007. Wójcik was a Ministry of Culture and National Heritage scholar in 2007 and 2013. In 2015 she was a laureate of Warsaw Cultural Educational Grand Prix Award for a project at the site of the former Ursus Agro-Mechanical Industry (Industries. Ursus 2014) and a laureate of the 5th Film Award (from the Polish Film Institute, Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, and Wajda School) for Ursus Factory Symphony. She lives and works in Warsaw.