Zuza Golińska was born in 1990 in Gdańsk. She is a young artist living and working in Warsaw, Poland. She often works with space by creating installations and site-specific projects. In her works, Zuza uses different media such as sculpting, painting and photography. In 2013, she received her Bachelor’s degree at Leon Tarasewicz and Paweł Susid’s Studio of Painting Space at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. In 2015, she completed her Master's degree at the Department of Media Art at the Studio of Spacial Activites, led by Mirosław Bałka. Her Master thesis was supervised by Anda Rottenberg. Her installation entitled Run-Upwas presented in “Dom Słowa Polskiego” in Warsaw, Heiligenkreuzerhof in Vienna and Národni galerie in Prague. In 2014, Zuza became a finalist of the Hestia Artistic Journey Award and was awarded first prize in the Gdańsk Art Biennale. She took part in the Polish-Swedish project 'S-NOW' in Umeå during the inauguration of the European Capital of Culture and No Yawning #1 #2 #3 - a four-week long project by young artists and curators at the New Theatre in Warsaw. She was a recipient of the Achievements Scholarship given by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (2014). In 2015 she got nominated for the StartPoint Prize - a European award for young artists. In 2016, she was awarded a scholarship of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. Currently, Zuza is working as an assistant of Mirosław Bałka at the Studio of Spacial Activities.