August 1 - September 24, 2017 | MACRO via Nizza Rome
August 1 - September 24, 2017 | MACRO via Nizza Rome
August, 1st 2017, 7:00 pm | September, 24th 2017, 11:30 pm
August 1 - September 24, 2017
MACRO via Nizza, Rome Italy, Rome, Italy


Artists | Aleksander Janicki

Aleksander Janicki AVATAR

Aleksander Janicki

Poland, Krakow

In 1984 she studied at the Academy of Fine Arts of Jan Matejko, graduating in 1990.
It has created many multimedia installations in the public space. He has been the author of artistic actions and paratroot activities, among other visitors of the Re-Productions series, presented independently of Münster, Kassel, Venice and the Art Forum in Berlin, Krakow, Warsaw, Frankfurt, St. Petersburg and Nuremberg.
He co-created the winning project for the Polish pavilion at Expo 2005 in Japan (together with Krzysztof Ingarden and in collaboration with Ingarden & Ewy Architects). He also made animations, intro and other short forms for television, including Canal +, TVP and Polsat (among other things, the introduction to Robert Makłowicz’s program).
He was one of the creators and members of the editorial board of the magazine Gadający Pies (The Talking Dog, 2010-2015). He invited Jerzy Vetulani to perform in the magazine.
He founded HiQ ensemble that creates audiovisual performance, combining improvised music and video art. The training was performed, among other locations, at the International Audio Art Festival (2011) as well as in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow and Manggha.
As a scenographer, he worked mainly with directors Piotr Bikont and Piotr Urbaniak, working for their performances at Teatro Silesia, Teatro Bagatela, Teatro Nowy in Łódź, KTO Theater in Krakow and Theater Wanda Siemaszkowa in Rzeszów. Lectures at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. He has been implementing the project for the last few years: East-West-Infinity in collaboration with Japanese artists.

Founder i! Gallery, AYA Found, creator of HiQ Formation combining video as score with freely improvised music.

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