IMMERSIVE INTERACTIVE MUSEUM EXPERIENCE.
"I believe interaction with the visual and performing arts is important in one’s life and can change the way of how people experience the world. That is why the story always comes first."
She creates user-friendly multimedia for museum and exhibition. The technology and the narration are chosen to tell the tale quickly and intuitively. She treats every interactive installation individually. She writes scenarios, develop functional and communicational solutions, design graphics and choose technologies, so that every story is told in an appropriate way. Highly interactive media solutions allows people to experience stories vividly, understand interesting content and share their discoveries with others.
The process of building a multimedia exposition is a complex and challenging. From 2012 through 2014 Ms. Katarzyna Kozera, with her extensive experience, had a huge sole responsibility to create the design of seventy five interactive touch tables and 30 passive animations which are a vital part of all eight galleries forming the core exhibition at the Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Poland. One of the biggest project of it’s kind. The artist approached all her tasks in an unconventional and individual way. Ms. Kozera approached every part of museum project uniquely in a creative and concise way. She was a part of numerus interactive museum project in western Europe including: The Discovery Center, Centennial Hall Upresing Silesian Museum in Swietochlowice, Stage Design Silesian Museum, Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk, National Maritime Museum in Gdańsk, The Shipwreck Conservation Centre in Tczew, Poland, The Museum of Zywiec Brewery, Maria Sklodowska-Curie Museum and many more.
Katarzyna Kozera proffesionaly working with US companies: Ralph Appelbaum Associates (RAA) and Cortina Productions. With group of specjalist she develops narrative concepts for exhibitions, plan visitor routes for expositions. Her role is to take care of design, equipment and AV installations as well as Augmented and Virtual Reality, Kinect, multimedia tables, mapping, animations and video implemented in in projects. She was commissioned to design multimedia part of exhibition for major Jewish Museum in US this summer.
She is an Executive Team Member of Jewish Art Salon NY, the largest, most-recognized Jewish visual art organization in the world. It is a global network of contemporary Jewish art. The Salon provides important programs and resources, and develops lasting partnerships with the international art community and the general public.