Wojciech Puś (b. 1978, Poland)
Works with light and film. His works combine filmic visuality with sound, suggesting, through the use of soundtrack and montage, the possibility of a nonexistent plot. His light objects/installations and video installations refer to the broad notions of cinematicity and imitation of natural rhythms and phenomena. His films, videos and installations were exhibited in Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Museum of Art (MS1 & MS2) in Lodz, Exchange Gallery in Lodz, Leto Gallery in Warsaw, Bunkier Sztuki Contemporary Art Gallery in Cracow, Stefania Piga Vaselli Gallery in Rome, Westfälischer Kunstverein in Münster, ICA in London. His works are to be found in the Collection of Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Bunkier Sztuki Contemporary Art Gallery in Cracow and several private collections in Poland, Germany and Italy. His films: ”INSTANT” (2008), ”GIVEN” (2011) are the newest additions to the Film Archive of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw (Filmoteka Muzeum). He holds a degree in cinematography (2004) and the PhD (2013) in film/multimedia from the National Film School in Lodz, where he works as an assistant professor. Since 2005 he works as an assistant for, and cooperates with Józef Robakowski. Wojciech Puś cooperates with LETO Gallery in Warsaw.