Marysia Lewandowska 柳思雅 is a Polish-born artist based in London since 1985 who through her collaborative projects has explored the public function of archives, collections and exhibitions. She has been collaborating with Neil Cummings between1995 and 2008. The Value of Things (Birkhauser/August 2000) Capital (2001) Tate Modern. Enthusiasm (2004-2006) CCA Warsaw, Whitechapel Gallery, London, Kunst-Werke, Berlin, Tapies Foundation, Barcelona. Screen Tests (2006) The British Art Show 6. Generosity Broadcasting House (2006) Kunsthaus Graz. Post-production (2008) Manifesta7 Bolzano. Museum Futures: Distributed (2008) Moderna Museet, Stockholm. Tender Museum (2009) Muzeum Sztuki, Łódź. Women’s Audio Archive (2009). How Public is the Public Museum? (2010) Moderna Museet, Stockholm. Open Cinema (2012) with Colin Fournier, Guimaraes European City of Culture. (2013) Architecture Triennale, Lisbon. (2014) Shanghai Exhibition Histories Distributed Osage Foundation, Shanghai. (2015) Triple C. Editing the Century for the Vienna Biennale at the Museum Angewandte Kunst (2015). Her solo exhibtion Re-Negotiation was at Artspace, Auckland, NZ (2015) Comment is Free project celebrated 40 years of the Institute of Modern Art (IMA) in Brisbane, Australia (2016). Everything and Cinema Island at K11 HK (2016). She is co-editor with Laurel Ptak of Undoing Property? Sternberg Press (2013). Between 2003 -13 she was Professor at Konstfack, Stockholm and 2014-16 Professor of Art in the Public Realm at the Chinese University in Hong Kong. Most recently she has completed a residency at the Asia Art Archive and is currently preparing together with Esther Lu Made in Public, a collection of writing and artists’ projects in collaboration with Taipei Contemporary Art Centre.