Watery Rhymes is a short experimental film that uses computer-generated animation for a presentation that uses physics to discuss the rules for the functioning of language. The parts of speech, such as nouns and verbs, are described as if they were particles of matter that the principles of quantum mechanics can be applied to. In its easygoing form reminiscent of a music video (with music written especially for the film by American musician Sun Araw), the film discusses the limitations on our understanding of reality that are produced by language.
Born in Lublin in 1985. A visual artist working in the fields of film and photography. Studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow and at the Berlin University of the Arts. Has held numerous individual exhibitions, including I am the Mouth at Nottingham Contemporary (2014), Pseudowords Hazards at Saltzburger Kunstverein (2013), and How the Work is Done at the PinchukArtCentre in Kyiv (2012). Is currently attending the Rijksakademie del beeldende kunsten in Amsterdam on a scholarship.
2008 Wakacje z profesorem (anim., short)
2008 Ćwiczenia korekcyjne (anim. short)
2010 Ogród (short)
2013 Future Days (short)
2014 Watery Rhymes (short)