Małgorzata Wasilek &Maciej Połynko


Małgorzata Wasilek i Maciej Połynko (Poland)

Małgorzata Wasilek|bio: Małgorzata Wasilek is a graduate of the State Visual Arts School in Lublin, and is studying Graphics in the Art Department of Marie Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. She has created exhibitions, projects, installations and set designs. She is currently fulfilling her passion as a tattoo artist. She has been working with Niezależna Grupa Projektowa Piękno Panie since 2014 and has created set designs for cultural events for both children and adults. Her works have been presented at Katowice Street Art Festival, Goadupa Arts, Culture & Music Festival and at Centrum Spotkania Kultur,  as well as Piękno Panie gallery, Labirynt gallery and Galeria Jednego Obrazu in Lublin. She created the set designs for a series of events entitled ‘Moontrip’. She is inspired by nature, music and travel, and geometry is adominant theme in her work.

Maciej Połynko|bio: Maciej Połynko is an audio-visual artist, working with light, sound and video. He creates interactive, sound and video installations. He is involved in electronic and improvised music as well as field recording. He has created light and sound for theatre. He uses electronics and programming in his works, and is co-founder of Centrum Badania Możliwości. His works have been exhibited in The Museum of Contemporary Art in Kraków (MOCAK), Tworzę Się gallery in Szczecin, The Studio of Socially Engaged Art “The Districts”, Muzeum Częstochowskie, Labirynt gallery in Lublin, Tabačka Kulturfabrik in Koszyce. He has been awarded scholarships by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage (2012) and the President of the city of Lublin (2016).

installation: Dynamic cube

Dynamic cube is a 3D analogue object that uses light and moving elements. A starting point for operation of the installation is light that moves inside the solid and delivers an effect of a moving projection. The core is a kinetic sculpture that consists of geometrical elements that represent a formal search for the synthesis of mathematics and nature.