Interdisciplinary artist, creator and researcher, director and producer of interactive VR experiences. He works with audiovisual narration, immersive activities, art & science projects, video, interactive film, audiovisual narration, graphic design and visual narrative structures. His current area of interest is mixed reality, gaming engines, activities with 3d and Vr technology and the issue of embodiment. The scope of his research is broad, and his artistic strategy is based on exploring and expanding the boundaries of the medium he is currently working with. Founding member of Inexsistens creative collective, founder of Narration Systems Open Lab, guest lecturer at Speakers Avenue Training Institute, Co-founder of Virtual Occurrences Horizons portal. Leads the author's 3d and Virtual Occurrences II studio located at the Faculty of New Media at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.


beta talesbeta tales

beta tales

objects | llm | ai
hand of godhand of god

hand of god

ai prototypingai prototyping

ai prototyping

synthographic obj


from Poland with Love
the palacethe palace

the palace

unreal engine


ai covers
from 1 to 7from 1 to 7

from 1 to 7

visual / simulation
images + objimages + obj

images + obj



video | photogrammetry
lovestory | vrlovestory | vr

lovestory | vr

vr experience




pat dudek | a milkmaid 4 show


vr experience | 6dof
what ifwhat if

what if

interactive video
symfonia fabryki ursussymfonia fabryki ursus

symfonia fabryki ursus

visual narration | preimaging
printmaking activitiesprintmaking activities

printmaking activities

4 channel installation


3d scanning

Hand of love 2023 | latex gloves, hand phantom, liquid
During the first wave of COVID-19, two nurses Semei Araújo Cunha and Vanessa Formenton Sao Carlos at the Santa Felicia emergency center in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo improvised a supportive technique for patients lying in the ward. In the hospital shower, they filled latex medical gloves with warm water, tying them like balloons and placing one glove on each side of the patients' hands. Warming the hands has several benefits besides emotional support, this includes increasing blood flow. Cold hands can cause inaccurate readings of blood oxygen levels, falsely indicating underestimation. „Hands of love” has become a symbol of support for often lonely departed patients, as well as a projection of a special kind of touch, a substitute for a physical relationship with a companionable entity. In the age of developing AI (machine learning) environments, and advanced mechatronics (Boston Dynamics), support for such basic senses as touch goes unnoticed. The object initiates a discussion about the relationship between the extension of physicality and the nature of the consciousness given to digital entities. Reconfigurations, Mazovian Museum in Plock | curator: Włodzimierz Szymański, documentation support: Karol Jaworowski