Ewa Partum is a multifaceted conceptual artist known for her poetry, art, performances and films. In 1965 the artist attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw where she studied painting. She explores the female subjectivity in her works. Self-Identification is one of the first consciously feminist Polish artworks. The work is a collage of her nude silhouette superimposed over cityscapes from every day Warsaw. The collage is a manifestation of her specifically female condition in a patriarchal and still conservative society. At the turn of 70s and 80s Ewa was also performing naked in such performances as “Stupid Woman” or “Women, marriage is against you” protesting against the roles that society casted women in. Her nudity also beckoned to the role of women in art as naked muses. She proclaimed that she will perform naked till this situation changes and women will be receiving equal standing in the art world, as producers of art in their own right.