Agata Wiórko holds a Bachelor’s degree in Slavistic studies and a Master’s degree in Cultural studies from the University of Gdańsk, and a Master’s degree in Art Criticism from Fine Arts Academy in Gdańsk. Currently works as a cultural producer, assistant curator and photographer.
She is a Junior Researcher at the Research Centre for Communication and Culture (CECC) of the Catholic University of Portugal. Previous research projects have focused on a critical reflection on nudity onstage in contemporary Polish art, and later on the concept of the flâneur and its contemporary performative readings. Her PhD research focus is on locality, nomadism and communication from the perspective of the city as a cultural device. Her main interests are the street, contemporary walkscapes, artistic placemaking and cultural strategies for urban creativity.