Roman Dziadkiewicz

an interdisciplinary artist, a poet, a dramatist, a curator, a theoretician
Roman Dziadkiewicz

(b. 1972) – an interdisciplinary artist, a poet, a dramatist, a curator, a theoretician and a creator of elaborate projects on the borderline of performative and audiovisual arts. He was the originator and a co-founder of the “Health Centre” Artistic Society, the 36.6 Foundation and the Ensemble collective. As an author and drawing artist, he collaborates with the Korporacja Ha!art publishing house. His works have been exhibited, among others, in Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien (Berlin), Spaces Gallery (Cleveland), Westfälischer Kunstverein (Münster), Rauma Museum, and in many galleries and museums in Poland (NGS Zachęta National Art Gallery, Łaźnia Centre for Contemporary Art, National Museum in Krakow, Art Bunker). As an artist, he always tries to cross the borders established by genres and conventions, thus provoking the recipient to look for a critical distance towards himself and art itself. The science fiction treaty Powierzchniologia is his debut as a prose writer. He lives in Krakow and is a lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow.

fot. Krzysztof Maniak