Kasia Ozga specializes in public artworks, sculptural installations, and urban interventions for both interior and exterior spaces. She compels viewers to engage more fully with their environments while exposing problems in our everyday attitudes towards familiar places.
Ozga depicts relationships between human bodies and physical, social, and political systems. Her recent works explore the notion of presence by addressing (im)migration, environmental justice, bodily integrity, and consumerism. She portrays change directly, through the use of organic materials intentionally affected by weather conditions, and indirectly, via visual metaphors for the experience of time. Pieces allude to the figure/body relationship by representing appendages, silhouettes, or negative impressions of the human form in media ranging from wicker to stone, from reclaimed wood to textiles, from bread to bronze.