Daniel Muzyczuk

Daniel Muzyczuk is a writer and curator. He works at the Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź and was part of the curatorial team (2008-2011) at the CoCA in Toruń. He curated numerous projects, among others: Long Gone Susan Philipsz, CoCA, Toruń, 2009; Gone to Croatan (with Robert Rumas); CoCA, Toruń; HMKV, Dortmund, 2008-2011; Mariusz Waras and Krzysztof Topolski. Factory, CoCA, Toruń, 2009; Views 2011, Zachęta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, 2011; and Sounding the Body Electric (with David Crowley), Muzeum Sztuki, Łódź; Calvert 22, London, 2012-2013. He is the winner (together with Agnieszka Pindera) of the Igor Zabel Competition in 2011. Co-curator of the exhibition of Konrad Smoleński for Polish Pavillion for the 55th Venice Biennale (with Agnieszka Pindera). AICA member.

Sebastian Cichocki

Sebastian Cichocki is a curator, writer, and art critic. He is chief curator of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw and curator of the Sculpture Park in the Warsaw district of Bródno. In the years 2005 to 2008 he was program director of the Contemporary Art Centre in Bytom. Cichocki’s main focus is the conceptual reflection in art, land-art, and the book as a form of exhibition. He has curated a number of solo and group exhibitions including Monika Sosnowska’s presentation in the Polish Pavilion at the 52nd, and Yael Bartana at the 54th Venice Biennale, Venice.  He has produced a number of experimental exhibitions in the form of books, as well as residency programs and staged lectures. Cichocki lives and works in Warsaw.

Anna Ptak

Anna Ptak was born in 1979. She is an art curator, editor, and researcher with a background in cultural anthropology. She works with artists and other practitioners to explore the cognitive and socio-political aspects of artistic practice, its fictions, and the documents it creates. In her curatorial research projects include kurz/dust/ghobar (2015), an exhibition on the politics of materiality at the CCA Ujazdowski Castle (in cooperation with Amanda Abi Khalil, as well as artists and theoreticians from Europe, Middle East, and Central Asia); and The Make Yourself at Home Guide to Warsaw (edited with Rani Al Rajji and Monnik collective, 2015), a vernacular urbanism textbook preceded by a collective knowledge assembling work. A

Natalia Sielewicz

Natalia Sielewicz is an art historian and curator currently working at the The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. She graduated from the Courtauld Institute of Art and Central Saint Martins College in London, and was a scholarship recipient at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington. She curates the annual Kinomuzeum film festival at The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, devoted to the most interesting phenomena on the borders between cinema, video art and experimental film. She is also involved with the Museum performance series, which seeks to reflect on the dynamic character of contemporary art and to investigate the emancipatory possibilities of performance. There, among others, she curated and produced the performances by Grace Ndiritu, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Paulina Ołowska, Haroon Mirza and Richards Sides, C. Spencer Yeh, as well as Polish choreographers Maria Stoklosa and Ramona Nagabczynska.