Kasia Ozga depicts relationships between human bodies and physical, social, and political systems.

Her work explores evolving notions of physical presence by addressing issues such as waste, (im)migration, environmental justice, and bodily integrity.

She portrays temporal change through found materials and chance processes. 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.