(born 1984) architect. Graduate of the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning at the Poznań University of Technology (2009). One of the founders and creators of MOM Architects; member of the Association of Polish Architects (SARP).
(born 1974) creator of interactive audiovisual systems, installations and performances. He specializes in generative and algorithmic compositions of image and sound. Graduate of culture studies at the University of Wrocław, currently lecturer at the Chair of Intermedia at the Poznań Academy of Fine Arts. He cooperates with the WRO Art Center. Co-founder and long-term member of the Mikro Orchestra collective (formerly the Gameboyzz Orchestra Project), using “lo-fi” aesthetics and sounds from well-worn gaming consoles. Author of Internet music performances and installations, including Ping Melody, We/Net Eater, Mapping Chopin, EU_tracer and Oceanus.
(born 1935) Polish space designer, architect and stage designer, lecturer. Graduate of the Faculty of Architecture of the Kraków University of Technology (diploma work on experimental theatre). He continues his fascination with theatre since his studies. For the Laboratory Theatre of 13 Rows of Jerzy Grotowski and Ludwik Flaszen, he designed constellations of theatre space for the performances including Siakuntala (1960), Forefathers’ Eve by Adam Mickiewicz (1961), Akropolis by Stanisław Wyspiański (1962), The Constant Prince by Juliusz Słowacki (1965). Laureate of numerous prizes in that field, including the gold medal for research in the field of scenography (PQ 1971) and the Grand Cross of the Order of Rebirth of Poland for his work in the field of stage design (1991). In 1989, he opened his own architectural studio. Participant and laureate of numerous architecture contests and exhibitions. Since 1961, member and long-term juror of contests of the Association of Polish Architects (SARP). Laureate of Bronze, Silver and Gold Medals of SARP (1991) and the Honorary SARP Award (2007). Since 1972, member of OISTAT – the International Organization of Scenographers, Theatre Architects and Technicians.
(born 1977) founder and chair of the Interdisciplinary Research Centre Humanities/Art/Technology (HAT Research Center, Adam Mickiewicz University). Assistant professor at postdoctoral level at the Chair of Drama, Theatre and Performance at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, curator in the field of art and science. She participated in many international research and artistic projects, and specializes in interdisciplinary research focusing above all on psychosomatic-perception models in contemporary art, mutual relations between modern science, technology and culture, as well as performative aspects of artistic and social space. Fellow of the Foundation for Polish Science (2005). Author of several books: Craig. Mit sztuki teatru (Craig: Myth of the Art and the Theatre, 2007), Sensorium. Eseje o sztuce i technologii (Sensorium: Essays about Art and Technology, 2012) and Ekotopie. Ekspansja technokultury (Ecotopias: The Expansion of Technoculture, 2013).
(born 1983) co-creator and programme director of the Interdisciplinary Research Centre Humanities/Art/Technology (HAT Research Center, Adam Mickiewicz University). He specializes in contemporary interactive art, performance art, video, installation, programming and new technologies of performing arts. Author of Ekonomia performansu. Przypadek Mariny Abramović (The Economy of Performance: The Case of Marina Abramović, 2014). Lecturer at the course in Interactive Media and Performance at the Adam Mickiewicz University.
(born 1975) composer, improviser (pianist, drummer, live electronics), sound artist. Assistant professor of the Division of Composition and employee of the Electroacoustic Music Studio of the Academy of Music in Poznań. He graduated in musical composition (MA, PhD) and choral conducting (MA). Founder and president of the an_ARCHE NewMusicFoundation and many teams and musical projects. His music is presented during contemporary music festivals, in jazz clubs, on the experimental-music scene and in open urban spaces.