use | less (installation, 2013, 40′, loop) Video installation that uses sound waves interfering with the object. Video material is the result of a sinusoidal waveform recording and the real—time vibration of objects.
[IP] IDENTITY PROBLEM GROUP, a collective of Polish artists based in Wrocław, working with different forms of expression and various media: Łukasz Twarkowski (theatre), Jakub Lech (video art), Bogumił Misala (music), Anka Herbut (dramaturgy/art naming), Piotr Choromański (scenography/architecture).
Piotr Choromański (b. 1978) — architect, scenographer. Graduate of the Faculty of Architecture at Wrocław University of Technology (2005). In years 2002—2009, he worked as an architect in Poland and Russia. In 2009, he founded the IA Architecture Studio. In 2010, he made his debut as a scenographer in the Polish Theatre in Wrocław. He is a co—founder of Identity Problem Group. In his works, he investigates architectural space in the context of theatre, sound and video.
Łukasz Twarkowski (b. 1983) — theatre & film director, stage designer, visual artist. Co—founder of Identity Problem Group. The main area of his intrests spins together performativity, transmedia and reality (de)construction together with interfering with the environment through installations & site—specific art. Steming from the art/science field and focusing on the process of creation, he explores the margins of art, communication and humanistic discourses, and goes across the artistic paradigms and genres.