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added: 31.08.20

Point Nemo. The upcoming Paweł Janicki’s exhibition is a metaphorical journey toward Point Nemo, a geographical construct denoting the location in the Pacific Ocean which is farthest from all land, often also called the pole of inaccessibility.

Opening: Sep 4 / Fri / 6 PM

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added: 30.03.20

Aleastock 2 - an interpassive computational system endlessly looking for convergence and significant patterns in exchange rate data and transactions in global cryptocurrency trading markets.

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added: 01.06.19

Tanganyika: Al-Khwārizmī, Burton, Assange - a new susceptive interpassive object @ the "Matter of Code" exhibition, a part of the Gdynia Design Days (06-14 Jul, 2019)

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added: 01.11.18

Manuscrit - a new interactive installation in the public space designed specially for the screen-covered facade of the EP7 centre in Paris. Nov 10-21, 2018, opening: Nov 10, 2018 / Sat / 6.30PM

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added: 01.05.18

Interactive installation Flux @ the Art Ii Biennial States Of Matter, 4-10 June 2018, Ii, Finland.

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added: 25.04.17

Interactive installation RPN @ 17th Media Art Biennale WRO 2017 Draft Systems, Wroclaw, Poland, 2018

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added: 23.06.16

Chop Project A joint project of Polish and Chinese artists: concerts, performances, lectures, presentations, exhibition (the program includes, inter alia, Ping Melody and Cellular Synthesis performances and individual Janicki's exhibition at 33 Space [Shenzhen/China]).

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added: 02.11.16

Algorithmic Lines a tribute to Wacław Szpakowski - a pioneer of abstractionism and pre-conditional arts. A part of the "Wacław Szpakowski (1883-1973) The Rhythmical lines" exhibition.

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added: 21.10.15

The Polish national exhibition Post-Apocalypsis has been awarded the Gold Medal of the 13th Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space festival in the Sound Design category. This is the first medal for a Polish exhibition in 36 years.

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Pawel Janicki draws mainly on the achievements of music, contemporary and media art and posthumanist practice - but he constructs forms different from the existing ones. He engages a wide spectrum of techniques, approaches and protocols: creates works using synthetic senses, programming techniques — also in the modern, cognitive incarnation — and elements of space and material engineering. An important role in Janicki's creativity is drawn from historical and current contexts - in particular the perceived history of art and something that could be called the history of thinking.

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Aleastock 2: interpassive computational installation more
The Prospect of an Ontic Leak more
Electricity, Light and Money Without Us more
r30 more
Waiting for Cargo more
Kenophobia (Horror Vacui) more
Nemo (Nobody) more
Ainu Asset more
Tanganyika: Al-Khwārizmī, Burton, Assange @ the "Matter of Code" exhibition (a part of the Gdynia Design Days) more
Ping Melody, 2003-2019 more
Manuscrit @ EP7 centre, Paris/France, 2018 more
Flux @ the Art Ii Biennial States Of Matter, 2018 more
Tetoki! @ WRO Art Center, 2018 more
“RPN v. 1.1”, "BEYOND THE SEVEN" exhibition, 2017 more
“On the Silver Globe v. 3”, "BEYOND THE SEVEN" exhibition, 2017 more
Cellular Synthesis @ PATCHlab 2015 [screencast, excerpt] more
Post-Apocalypsis [opening night 17.06.2015, Polish national exhibition, Prague Quadriennial 2015] more
Silver Moon, Blue Planet, Blue Note - performance @ Kunsthal Aarhus, Denmark [screencast | 2014]. more