An artist creating in many techniques: drawing, painting, collage, installation. She graduated from the Bezalel School of Fine Arts and Crafts in Jerusalem, as well as postgraduate studies at Atelier 63 in Haarlem and at the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht.
Her works have been shown at the exhibitions such as: “Zuzanna Ginczanka. Only Happiness Is Real Life” in 2015 at the Museum of Literature in Warsaw and in 2016 at the Museum of Photography in Krakow; “Figures of Speech. The Architectural Sculpture of Warsaw 1918–1970” in 2015 and “Raft of Medusa” in 2006 at the Xawery Dunikowski Museum of Sculpture at Królikarnia – a branch of the National Museum in Warsaw; “Plica Polonica” in 2014 and “Intimate Architecture, Abandoned Architecture” in 2006 at the Center for Contemporary Art Kronika in Bytom; “Golden Hands” in 1995 at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art in Israel.
She has been living and working in Amsterdam since 1975.