Daniela Tagowska (born 1985) graduated Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław – Department of Painting and Sculpture in 2009. An artist who explores various media but is particularly interested in aspects connected to mythologisation of culture. She is passionate about archetypical determinants of human ideas and decisions. She often uses, in perverted way, Christian iconography. She also deepens her knowledge in the field of C.G Jung studies and animal studies.

Favourite environments of her works are site-specific situations. She has been connected with SURVIVAL ART REVIEW for many years. She jointly leads The Multimedia Studio at Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław. At the beginning of 2014 she established The R46 Gallery directed towards experimental and site–specific activities. She coordinates projects donated by The European Union. Her dossier contains participation in a few individual exhibitions and over twenty group exhibitions in Poland and abroad.