Dominika Janicka studied architecture at Gdansk University of Technology and also at La Cambre in Brussels. She mainly concerns herself with the quality of public spaces. For example in 2012 in Gdynia she transformed grey electricity boxes into coloured bar tables with rotating seats. They were thus converted into functional furniture suitable for relaxation, meetings, for brief rests and simply to make the streets more beautiful. Among other things she was co-author and main curator of the exhibition in the Polish pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2016. The New York Times placed the exhibition in Venice among the six most interesting presentations of national pavilions.