Sławomir Sobczak

June 10, 2019

Sławomir Sobczak was born in 1964, in Bydgoszcz. In the period 1984-1989 he studied at The  State Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan. Since 1989 he’s been working at motherly Academy (at present The University Art) as a professor. He’s a director of Department of Intermedia and a leader Interactive Workshop Activities there. He realizes his works in multimedia installation domain, video-art, object, performance and ephemeral art.  From 1991 to 1994 he was one of the leader, and from 2007 was a director of ON Gallery in Poznan. Since 2008 he’s an executive director of Mediations Biennial in Poznan.  He was a curator of many exhibitions (recently one of curators of Erased Wells Exhibition in Mediations Biennial in Poznan, 2010). The exhibitions, where he was a curator signifies by K letter.


2010  “Mediators”, National Museum, Warsaw(K)
2009  “Erased Walls – preview”, Freies Museum, Berlin
2009  “Boondocks”, an urban art project, Kunsthalle Faust, Hannover
2007  “Empire of senses”, Stary Browar, Poznan (K)
2007  “Unfolding Memoirs II”, New Gallery, Jerusalem  (K)
2006  “Coma”, Sektor I Gallery, GCK, Katowice (K)
2006  “Wibra_02”, Amfilada Gallery, Szczecin (individual exhibition)
2006  “L-R” (telebridge), Multimedia Interactive Installation connected with  Slubfurt City Project, Słubice / Frankfurt/O (individual project)
2005  “Tsunami”, Multimedia Interactive Installation, ON Gallery, Poznan (individual exhibition)
2005  “Two Asias, two Europeas”, Duolun MoMA Museum, Shanghai (K)
2005  “Poznań Art Now II”, Bielska BWA Gallery, Bielsko Biala (K)
2005  2 Berliner Kunstsalon, Berlin (K)
2003  “ONeONi”, 25 years of ON Gallery, CSW Inner Spaces Multimedia, Poznan
2002  “Monitoring_02”, Multimedia Interactive Installation, Baltic Gallery of Art, Slupsk (individual exhibition)
2002  “Good morning Tokyo” MMAC Festival, Sehion Suginami, Tokio (K)
1996  “Status Quo”, The Centre of Polish Sculpture, Orońsko / National Museum,Warsaw (K)
1995  “Ten Polish Galleries Under the Roof”, Podewil, Berlin (K)
1994  “Visionfest”, Liverpool
1994  “Videospaces”, National Gallery of Art, Sopot (K)
1993  “14 Polish Artists in Israel”, Museum Jad Labanim, Tel Aviv