A feeling appears in the perfectly ordered, logical world of robots. It is the result of a mistake, a virus, the beginning of the end. Cyborgy is about a grotesque attempt to build an emotional relationship between machines, about the birth of individualism and about computer logic wrestling with emotions.
Born in 1993, Adam Żądło is an audiovisual artist and a graduate of the graphic arts program at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. He specializes in animation, photography and film. Having grown up in the countryside, his work combines his experience working on a farm with scientific knowledge and the latest technologies. He has been a supporter scientific groups involved in the construction of cyborgs and space exploration. He has been a winner, a finalist and a participant in dozens of international festivals, competitions and exhibitions.