Poland 2017 4’ 49’’
Part of Jacek Jędrzejczak’s project named „TEN” and as such it
confronts the subject of human being in a relation to time. Duration becomes an
expression of the slump of continuum, stoppage, and as a result – a change, a inertness. In a tension of slowdown Jacek Jędrzejczak finds the space for reflection, constituted on noticing a broader perspective and deeper dimensions.
Born in Warsaw, where he lives and works. A member of The Union of Polish Art Photographers and an art photographer himself. Also involved in video art and visual experiment in various fields of art. Publications, exhibitions and prizes both in Poland and abroad. For many years he has been exploring issues related to “psycho-photography”, „photo-therapy” and work with body. In the last few years fascinated by the connection between sound and film image. He creates individual projects and cooperates with many experimental musicians such as Tadeusz Sudnik, Bogdan Mizerski and Andrzej Rejman. Creator and founder of Instytut 116 and Art and Psyche publishing house. Observer of the Decentrism trend. Lecturer, art collector.
9/10 ZLATNA VRATA 19:00