Musical performance that serves as an transgenic art project based on the feedback between microbes, plants, and sounds, in which the artist connects his human voice with output of the music, created by the seed and microbes movement, so that we can hear the same what the microbes can “hear”.
Michał Brzeziński (b. 1975 in Paczków) — a Polish artist and theoretician combining his software—video activities with biological material systems. Futurologist of culture. His roots of the artistic activitiy have ground in music subcultures and video art. His wide, theory—based, artistic and curatorial activity had animated theoretical discourse touching video identity problem in the years 2000—2010 in Poland. Curator working with galleries such as the Museum of Art in Łódź, Center for Contemporary Art Łaźnia in Gdańsk, and Contemporary Art Center Bunkier Sztuki in Kraków. Referring to the conceptual art and mediated experience of recent art, he formulated the strategy described as Fake Art.
His works were shown in numerous galleries, including Bunkier Sztuki in Kraków, Arsenał Gallery in Białystok, CSW Łaźnia, Muzeum Sztuki w Łodzi, Manhattan Gallery in Łódź, Fot Art Los Angeles Center For Digital Art, Museum of Bat Yam, BWA in Kielce, BWA in Sanok, Platan Gallery in Budapest, Orensanz Museum in New York, Humboldt Berlin, FEST I NOVA in Georgia, Kino Siska (Video In Progress—Lublana). He exhibited at numerous festivals in Poland, such as Łódź Biennale (2006), Poznań Photo Biennale (2008), Festival ISPIRACJE in Szczecin (2008) and PRZECIĄG Festival (Szczecin, 2009).