Artists: Aggresja

LPM Live Performers Meeting 2012 Rome
MAY 31th - JUNE 3rd 2012 | Rome, Italy
Audio Visual Performing Artists Meeting
May, 31st 2012, 3:00 pm | June, 1st 2012, 4:00 am
May 31 - June 3, 2012
Alpheus, Rome Italy, Rome, Italy

Aggresja

Aggresja

Poland Wrocław, Warsaw, Germany Mannheim, United Kingdom Edinburgh

Poland, WrocławGermany, MannheimPoland, WarsawPoland, WarsawUnited Kingdom, Edinburgh
Agnieszka “Bronka” Bronowska (born 1975) is a visual artiste, photographer, performer, video producer, and a scientist, based in Mannheim, Germany. She is an author of several short films, music videos, and videoinstallations, numerous animations, videocollages, portraits, and pieces bridging video art and a dance theatre. Her main focus is the human face, expressions, and gestures, as a medium for story-telling and crossing the line between reality and dreams. She has painted and photographed portraits for nearly two decades, and - more recently - switched to video technology, film, motion graphics, and animation. Her recent works have been viewed at international festivals such as Live Performers Meeting (Rome/Minsk, 2010-2011), Dimanche Rouge (Paris, 2011), HITS Open Door (Heidelberg, 2011), VisualBerlin Festival (2010), and B-Seite Jetztkultur Festival (Mannheim, 2010). In 2011, jointly with David Evans (UK), she has established f.r.u. Studio, which – apart of the artisitc activity of members - specialises in graphical design applied to a wide range of subjects related to natural sciences. The scope of f.r.u. Studio includes the design of covers and illustrations for books, scientific journals, annual reports, technical documentations, press releases, and scientific posters. F.r.u. Studio makes motion graphics and animations for promotional materials, films, and teaching aides.

Filmography/Videography:

"Nothing Twice" - AV performance (work in progress, 2012).

“Historia Milosna // A Love Story” - a short film (Bronowska/Guetsche, 2012).

“The Dreamcatcher” - a music video feat. Johannes Wagner (2012).

“The Bubble Trouble” (as f.r.u. Studio) a video-art attempting to transform genuine scientific data into an artwork (2011).

“MaskeRade” (2011) – a short film and an AV performance. The work has been commissioned during Live Performers Meetings (Rome/Minsk, 2011) and Dimanche Rouge (Paris, 2011).

INCUBATOR (as f.r.u. Studio) – a 3D video-installation, prepared, on behalf of HITS, for celebration of 625th anniversary of University of Heidelberg (Heidelberg, 2011).

“Don't Lose Your Face!” - a video-installation (Paris, 2011).

“The Open Door” (as f.r.u. Studio) - interactive video installation with the scope of academic research – from atoms to galaxies. The work has been commissioned by Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (Heidelberg, 2011).

“Solvation Effects for Ophelia” (as f.r.u. Studio) – a music video (2011).

“Turn The Lights On” (as f.r.u. Studio) - a video promoting secular values in the society. Prepared for the Project Reason (2011).

“The City Zen” (2010) – a narrative AV performance, in collaboration with Tobias “Flux” Last (Berlin, Germany), Dave Evans (Germany), and Jasper Klitzkov (Belgium). Commissioned at B-Seite Jetztkultur Festival in Mannheim. The performance has been shown on LPM (Rome, 2010), and VisualBerlin Festival (Berlin, 2010).

Program

  • Saturday, 02 June 2012