Kuba Bąkowski is a graduate of the Faculty of Multimedia Communication at the University of Arts in Poznań (2001). His artistic practice combines issues from various fields of science, technology, anthropology, natural history and art, which is reflected in the experimental nature of his activities in the area of photography, sculpture and multimedia. Bąkowski also creates installations and programmed kinetic objects. He collaborates with scientists, engineers and constructors. In Kuba Bąkowski’s projects, contemporary reality is a place where the boundaries between biological entities and technological creations are blurred, and our perception is shaped by the phenomena of interpenetration and coexistence of seemingly opposing orders.

Kuba Bąkowski has realised projects individually and at group exhibitions at the Zachęta National Gallery, the Foksal Gallery and the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw. He has also presented his projects, among others, at the Museum Moderner Kunst in Vienna, the Museé d’Art Moderne in Saint-Etienne, Artspace Sydney, the National Center for Contemporary Art in Moscow, the Palazzo delle Arti Napoli, the Chelsea Art Museum in New York, the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh, the Contemporary Museum in Wrocław, MOCAK in Krakow and as part of dozens of other projects in Poland and abroad. Scholarship holder of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, National Centre for Culture, City of Warsaw, Trust for Mutual Understanding, Creative Scotland and Canada Council for the Arts.


Aleksandra Słyż is a Polish composer, sound designer and sound director, currently based in Stockholm. Her compositions, based on combinations of subtle sounds of acoustic instruments and expressive modular synthesizers, create intense, dense drone structures that resonate with the surrounding space.

Aleksandra Słyż’s works have been presented at music and film festivals both in Poland and abroad, including Her works have been presented at numerous music and film festivals in Poland and abroad, including the Avant Art Festival (Wrocław), Chellavision (Indio, California, USA), Between Festival (Stockholm), Ephemera Festival (Warsaw), Idealistic Festival (Copenhagen), Kiev Music Fest (Kiev), Open Source Art Festival (Sopot), Sanatorium Dźwięku (Sokołowsko), UNG Nordisk Musik Festival (Piteå), Unsound Festival (Krakow).

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