Aleksandra Kędziorek (b. 1987, Warsaw) is an art historian, curator and editor living in Warsaw. She works at the intersection of architecture, design and visual arts, and uses her skills in historical research to curate projects that bring inspiration from the past into contemporary debates. Interested in environmental issues, she has recently researched the seasonal use of textiles in domestic interiors before the advent of electricity (“The Clothed Home,” a traveling exhibition first presented at the London Design Biennale, with Centrala and Alicja Bielawska, 2021–23) and the historical use of aquatic plants in modernist architecture (“Nenúfars blancs,” an art intervention by Centrala at the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion in Barcelona, 2022–23). Her longest project at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw focused on the work of architects Oskar and Zofia Hansen and—in addition to a traveling exhibition, academic and public programs, and a series of publications—included the care of the Hansen summer house in Szumin (2013–17). She works both in art institutions and independently, and in her curatorial work seeks to confront historically dense and thought-provoking contexts.