2009 – Caminos marcados, photopoems (with Abel Murcia).
2006 – Fear not, collective exhibition, private houses, Warsaw.
2005 – We Are What We Eat, individual exhibition, Poczekalnia, Cracow.
BARCELONA: UN CADÀVER EXQUISIT
Collaboration for CCCB Soy cámara project, 2016.
Super 8 film, 1:02′ silent, artists collection, 2012.
EL HOMBRE VISIBLE
Super 8 film, 1:30′ stereo, spanish, private collection, 2011.
This work is based on the early film theory text “The Visible Man” (1924) by Béla Balázs which is read in off. Balázs claims that cinematography has restored the visibility of men after centuries of being replaced by the written word. This film shows expressive faces of women (action of men is the result of that). The piece was made with found-footage from porn films of 70s and the material was in a state of advanced decay. Precisely, color dye fading becomes a signal for us that it is the last chance to see the human expression before it vanishes from the acetate film.
DV, 8:27′ stereo, English, artists collection, 2003. Docudrama.
DV, 16′ stereo, artists collection, 2011.
piece for: Szukam cienia (Looking For Shadow), Collective, Galeria Piotr Nowicki, Warsaw, 2003. http://kwartalnik.exit.art.pl/article.php?edition=6&id=120&lang=pl