réaltympanica

              Connection Failed, June 2009, Surge Festival, Rex Launderette, Peckham, London




I am a co-founder of réaltympanica, a collective that created site-responsive and interactive artworks by combining live performance with digital media. Projects include: 


Borderland (2013), a  fieldwork research on alternative channels of communication through a series of public interventions and informal gatherings among different communities along the border of Germany with Poland. The project was conceived by réaltympanica in collaboration with the collective Xuka Fon Sztof, and developed as part of PAIR - Performing Arts in Residence, Schloss Bröllin, Germany;


Get Lost (2011), a site-specific and interactive performance for 1 audience member that takes place in a hotel room. Developed through the artist residency Mecklenburg Inspiriert,

Kühlungsborn, Germany; 


Do Not Touch (2011), a site-specific audio performance that tackles the stories behind people's leftovers and actively explores a dramaturgy of objects, stains and marks in public places. Developed through the artist residency Park in Progress, Paris, and supported by the Pépinières Européenes pour jeans artistes; 


Flip the coin - sonic intersections (2011)a site-specific audio journey in response to the installation works by Marcin Dudek and Ben Washington. Presented at Waterside Contemporary, London; 


Audiobook (2011), X Street 2D version - a multi-sensorial and interactive book. Presented at the Piccadilly Book Art Fair in Manchester, Supper Club/The Basement, in Brighton, and the Biennale of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean (BJCEM), in Thessaloniki, Greece


Then we take Pécs (2010), a live-streaming and site-specific performance. Presented at the Europe Mania Festival in Pécs, Hungary, and supported by ICR Budapest and Juliet Gomperts Trust, London; 


X Street (2010), a minibus and audio-journey through Hackney, London. Presented as part of London Festival of Architecture, and supported by the Romanian Cultural Institute in London; 


Connection Failed (2009), a live art sound piece for a launderette. First presented in Peckham, London, this piece was then part of UK Young Artists (UKYA 01), in Derby, UK, and STOFF 2011 in Stockholm, Sweden. 




                   AudiobookSeptember 2011, Biennale of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean, Thessaloniki, Greece