Łukasz Twarkowski

Biography

Łukasz Twarkowski, bon 1983 in Wrocław, is a creator of multimedia performances combining theatre and visual arts. He places his projects in the context of extending reality through multimedia. A crucial element of Twarkowski's creative work is investigating the ability and limitations of theatre as a medium and tool of communication. By permanent deconstruction of narratives, questioning the fixed habits of the audience and by meaningful usage of new media, Twarkowski creates a new, original language of stage performance based on multimedia and, more widely, digital technologies. In using these, Twarkowski analyses and observes increasingly complex relations between the Real, the Symbolic and the Imagined.
His projects are being programmed at the most important festivals and stages of Europe, among others: Holland Festival (Amsterdam), Odéon - Théâtre de l’Europe (Paris), Ruhrtriennale (Germany), Festival de Otoño de Madrid, Wiener Festwochen | Free Republic of Vienna, Piccolo Teatro de Milano or Southbank Centre (London). Currently, Łukasz Twarkowski is an associated artist of Onassis Stegi (Athens).

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