In 2006, Niemczyk was nominated for the Carnegie Art Award. She has been awarded many art grants and residencies, including Tokyo Wonder Site (2016) and the EMARE/EMAP European Media Art Network artist grant and residency (2018).
In 2006, Niemczyk was nominated for the Carnegie Art Award. Niemczyk has been invited to develop, execute, and exhibit her projects at several artist residencies including Tokyo Wonder Site Hongo Japan 2016, Hole Artcenter Artist Residency Norway 2013-2015, Høyanger Artist Residency Norway 2016, Zadar Snova International Festival of Contemporary Theater 2017, and Artist Residency EMAP/EMARE 2017 in collaboration with Graeme Cole at Bandits-Mages, Bourges, France as well as EMAP/EMARE artist residency 2018 at Bandits-Mages, Bourges, France.
Her short films and debut feature film have been selected for film festivals around the world including Locarno, New Horizons, IndieLisboa, Pesaro, and Sarajevo. She was a student of Béla Tarr as part of the first generation of MA’s graduating from his film.factory program at Sarajevo Film Academy, studying under internationally-respected filmmakers such as Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Khavn De La Cruz, Agnieszka Holland, Lav Diaz, Pedro Costa, Gus Van Sant, the Quay brothers, James Benning, Thierry Garrel, Boris Lehman, Cristian Mungiu, Carlos Reygadas, Juliette Binoche and Guy Maddin.
Niemczyk has exhibited her works in many galleries and institutions globally. She continues to exhibit internationally, and her works feature in many private and public art collections, among them Focus Bank and Louis Vuitton Art Collection in Oslo, Norway.
Since MA graduation from European Academy of Art 2001 Aleksandra works full time as an artist. Regardless of the medium she focuses on specific project, her process stays intuitive and reactive to surrounding and circumstances. Often her works becomes site specific, often in collaboration with other artists, often produceds in context of artist residency or an exhibition concept.
Since 2001, a-time artist, exhibiting in galleries and institutions around the world. Most recently, her works were presented at White Box Gallery, London, and Mall Galleries, London, during the Royal Society of British Artists’ 200th Anniversary Exhibition. Since obtaining the MFA in Film Directing from Béla Tarr's film.factory program at Sarajevo Film Academy, Niemczyk has produced several short films and one feature film.
Curator / Art lecturer
From September 2006 to June 2013, Niemczyk worked closely with Hole Art Center founder Elenor Martinsen on multiple exhibitions and art events.