Stained glass "Biotekton" by Tomasz Matusewicz at the Polish Dance Theatre
The phenomenal light structure by Tomasz Matusewicz, which separates the foyer of the Polish Dance Theater from the Small Studio.
Formally, it can be described as a kinetic stained glass window, a mobile wall or a scenographic curtain of light..
The artist, with his intervention, united the architectural structure of the Theater with its users: dancers, theater staff and audience.
Performative inauguration of the stained glass window titled. "AtoMY" was held as part of the Final Gala of the International Festival "1 Page - 1 Look - 180 Seconds".
From December 19, 2021 - before each performance - we will open it for our viewers.
Dr. Prof. PP.
Studied painting and sculpture at the State Higher School of Fine Arts in Poznań (now the University of Arts in Poznań). He debuted in 1993 at the exhibition New Generation in Polish Art. Ideas Beyond Ideology at the Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw.
Doctorate in 2003 at the Department of Sculpture and Spatial Activities, Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań.
Habilitation in 2013 at the Faculty of Sculpture and Spatial Activities, UAP in Poznan.
Since 2000, he has been working at the Faculty of Architecture, Poznan University of Technology in the Department of Drawing, Painting, Sculpture and Visual Arts. Since 2015, he has been teaching the subject Cultural Codes in Construction for doctoral students at the Faculty of Construction and Environmental Protection. Since 2019. Chairman of the Committee on Urban Planning, Spatial Planning and Architecture of the Poznan Branch of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
Realizes in the field of painting objects, easel painting, architecture. He also designs interiors and furnishings for churches (sculptures and stained glass), and is the author of installations, objects and sculptures inscribed in the architecture and surroundings. He also conducts interactive activities from the borderline of scenography and intermedia. Curator of exhibitions. He has participated in numerous exhibitions at home and abroad.