who’s behind Stroboskop Art Space?

Agnieszka Delman (PL)


Since her student years she is connected with theatre and since that time she has been an assistant at the Nowy Teatr in Warsaw. She worked as a production assistant with Michał Borczuch (“The Apocalypse“), Claude Bardouil (“Nancy. Interview“) and Krzysztof Warlikowski (“The African tales by Shakespeare“, “Kabaret warszawski“, “The French“). She collaborated with Mirosław Bałka’s students to create two exhibitions: “Kohezja” and “Nie ma ziewania”. Since 2015 she is an independent producer at the Nowy Teatr.




(PL) Od wczesnych lat studenckich związana z teatrem – przeniosła się na studia zaoczne, żeby jak najwcześniej podjąć pracę asystencką w Nowym Teatrze w Warszawie. Pracowała przy produkcjach Krzysztofa Warlikowskiego (“Opowieści afrykańskie według Szekspira”, “Kabaret warszawski”, “Francuzi”), ale także przy “Apokalipsie” reż. Michała Borczucha, czy spektaklu tanecznym reż. Claude Bardouil pt. “Nancy. Wywiad”. Miała okazję organizować dwie wystawy: “Kohezja” studentów prof. Mirosława Bałki, oraz “Nie ma ziewania”. Od 2015 roku jest samodzielną producentką Nowego Teatru, czuwającą nad eksploatacją większości sztuk teatralnych Krzysztofa Warlikowskiego.


Norbert Delman (PL)


NORBERT DELMAN, Born 1989 in Warsaw where he lives and works. Graduated Academy of Fine Art Warsaw in Mirosław Bałka studio 2009-2014, studied Fine Arts in University College Falmouth 2010 (UK), graduated with honors from art High School. Young, multidisciplinary artist. Norbert works in several medias (video, sculpture, installations, performance). This indecisiveness, however it is apparent, because the overriding value of his work is an attempt to illustrate the anxieties and tensions, which he experiences and which is experienced by his peers. He is also an experimenting curator, co-founder of Stroboskop art space in Warsaw. His works have been presented at the , MODEM CCA in Debrecen 2011, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop 2014, Museum of Contemporary Art Krakow 2013, „Park Rzeźby na Bródnie”, “Warsaw under construction” with MOMA Warsaw 2016, Museum of Yugoslav History 2016, LUDWIG MÚZEUM, Budapest 2016, Biennale de la biche 2017, CCA Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw (2014,2017)He received a scholarship Residency for a Polish Artist ESW, Edinburgh, UK 2014, Residence program InterModem in Centre for Modern and Contemporary Arts in Debrecin, Hungary 2011 and Residence program WRSW | BRLN 2016. Scholar of the Minister of Culture 2016



(PL) Żyje i pracuje w Warszawie. Absolwent ASP w Warszawie z pracowni prof. Mirosława Bałki (2011–2014), studiował również na University College Falmouth (2010, UK). Multidyscyplinarny artysta, posługuje się wieloma mediami (video, rzeźba, found object, intalacja, performance). Jego prace były prezentowane między innymi w CSW Zamek Ujazdowski Warszawa (2014), MODEM Center for Modern and Contemporary Arts w Debreczynie (2011, HU), Edinbourgh Sculpture Workshop (2014), Muzeum Sztuki Współczesnej w Krakowie (2013). Otrzymał stypendium na rezydencję dla polskich artysów w ESW (2014, UK) oraz na rezydencję InterModem Centre for Modern and Contemporary Arts Debreczyn (2011, HU). Stypendysta Ministra Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego (2016).


Katie Zazenski (PL/USA)




Zazenski’s practice hinges on perception and connection, most explicitly interested in the differences between seeing, knowing, perceiving, and believing. She explores the malleability of these ideas through video, installation, and photography. She often works collaboratively, which in addition to video and installation, encompasses lecturing, developing programming, and consulting for private institutions on the role of the arts in society. Zazenski has participated in international artist residencies, including the Fountainhead in Miami, FL , Arteles Creative Center in Hämeenkyrö, Finland, and Red Gate Gallery in Beijing, China. She has exhibited her work internationally at institutions such as the San Diego Art Institute, the Mercedes Benz Americas Headquarters, and the Zachęta National Gallery of Art in Warsaw, Poland.

Zazenski received her MFA in Sculpture from the Cranbrook Academy of Art and is a two-time Fulbright Fellow to Poland, where she currently resides.








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