DATAmatic 880, video

DATAmatic 880, video, 2007

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DVD Archival BoxEd. 6 (+3 A.P.)photographic stills by: K. Zielinski

The installation functions as a computer lab in which scientists examine the artist’s body. He undergoes different tests to determine if he’s in a position to withstand an experiment of reverse time travel. The next phase will be a performance in reverse aging. Kuśmirowski will succeed in doing what no one has achieved before. The 34-year old artist, who has achieved success and has participated in important exhibitions, will return to the time when he was 25 years old, and had just completed his studies in Lublin and was completely unknown as an artist. At that time – in 2002 – he had his first exhibition. In the hall of the university, he exhibited a collection of drawings of different objects such as an old newspaper, a package of cigarettes, the label from a package of cheese. It is to this period that the artist returns after the experiment. All his earlier works are created again and the exhibit takes place as if the prior one never existed. The artist is not conscious of the fact that somebody has already planned his career and begins his work anew. He is not aware, however, of what is waiting for him. The effects of the experiment was examined at an exhibition in Dhont Dhaenens Museum in Belgium.

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series, 2007

21 x 30 cm

Ed. 6 (+3 AP)

The installation functions as a computer lab in which scientists examine the artist’s body. He undergoes different tests to determine if he’s in a position to withstand an experiment of reverse time travel. The next phase will be a performance in reverse aging. Kuśmirowski will succeed in doing what no one has achieved before. The 34-year old artist, who has achieved success and has participated in important exhibitions, will return to the time when he was 25 years old, and had just completed his studies in Lublin and was completely unknown as an artist. At that time – in 2002 – he had his first exhibition. In the hall of the university, he exhibited a collection of drawings of different objects such as an old newspaper, a package of cigarettes, the label from a package of cheese. It is to this period that the artist returns after the experiment. All his earlier works are created again and the exhibit takes place as if the prior one never existed. The artist is not conscious of the fact that somebody has already planned his career and begins his work anew. He is not aware, however, of what is waiting for him. The effects of the experiment was examined at an exhibition in Dhont Dhaenens Museum in Belgium.

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series, 2007

21 x 30 cm

Lambda PrintEd. 6 (+3 AP)

The installation functions as a computer lab in which scientists examine the artist’s body. He undergoes different tests to determine if he’s in a position to withstand an experiment of reverse time travel. The next phase will be a performance in reverse aging. Kuśmirowski will succeed in doing what no one has achieved before. The 34-year old artist, who has achieved success and has participated in important exhibitions, will return to the time when he was 25 years old, and had just completed his studies in Lublin and was completely unknown as an artist. At that time – in 2002 – he had his first exhibition. In the hall of the university, he exhibited a collection of drawings of different objects such as an old newspaper, a package of cigarettes, the label from a package of cheese. It is to this period that the artist returns after the experiment. All his earlier works are created again and the exhibit takes place as if the prior one never existed. The artist is not conscious of the fact that somebody has already planned his career and begins his work anew. He is not aware, however, of what is waiting for him. The effects of the experiment was examined at an exhibition in Dhont Dhaenens Museum in Belgium.

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series, 2007

21 x 30 cm

Ed. 6 (+3 AP)

The installation functions as a computer lab in which scientists examine the artist’s body. He undergoes different tests to determine if he’s in a position to withstand an experiment of reverse time travel. The next phase will be a performance in reverse aging. Kuśmirowski will succeed in doing what no one has achieved before. The 34-year old artist, who has achieved success and has participated in important exhibitions, will return to the time when he was 25 years old, and had just completed his studies in Lublin and was completely unknown as an artist. At that time – in 2002 – he had his first exhibition. In the hall of the university, he exhibited a collection of drawings of different objects such as an old newspaper, a package of cigarettes, the label from a package of cheese. It is to this period that the artist returns after the experiment. All his earlier works are created again and the exhibit takes place as if the prior one never existed. The artist is not conscious of the fact that somebody has already planned his career and begins his work anew. He is not aware, however, of what is waiting for him. The effects of the experiment was examined at an exhibition in Dhont Dhaenens Museum in Belgium.

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series, 2007

21 x 30 cm

Ed. 6 (+3 AP)

The installation functions as a computer lab in which scientists examine the artist’s body. He undergoes different tests to determine if he’s in a position to withstand an experiment of reverse time travel. The next phase will be a performance in reverse aging. Kuśmirowski will succeed in doing what no one has achieved before. The 34-year old artist, who has achieved success and has participated in important exhibitions, will return to the time when he was 25 years old, and had just completed his studies in Lublin and was completely unknown as an artist. At that time – in 2002 – he had his first exhibition. In the hall of the university, he exhibited a collection of drawings of different objects such as an old newspaper, a package of cigarettes, the label from a package of cheese. It is to this period that the artist returns after the experiment. All his earlier works are created again and the exhibit takes place as if the prior one never existed. The artist is not conscious of the fact that somebody has already planned his career and begins his work anew. He is not aware, however, of what is waiting for him. The effects of the experiment was examined at an exhibition in Dhont Dhaenens Museum in Belgium.

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series, 2007

21 x 30 cm

Ed. 6 (+3 AP)

The installation functions as a computer lab in which scientists examine the artist’s body. He undergoes different tests to determine if he’s in a position to withstand an experiment of reverse time travel. The next phase will be a performance in reverse aging. Kuśmirowski will succeed in doing what no one has achieved before. The 34-year old artist, who has achieved success and has participated in important exhibitions, will return to the time when he was 25 years old, and had just completed his studies in Lublin and was completely unknown as an artist. At that time – in 2002 – he had his first exhibition. In the hall of the university, he exhibited a collection of drawings of different objects such as an old newspaper, a package of cigarettes, the label from a package of cheese. It is to this period that the artist returns after the experiment. All his earlier works are created again and the exhibit takes place as if the prior one never existed. The artist is not conscious of the fact that somebody has already planned his career and begins his work anew. He is not aware, however, of what is waiting for him. The effects of the experiment was examined at an exhibition in Dhont Dhaenens Museum in Belgium.

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series, 2007

21 x 30 cm

Ed. 6 (+3 AP)

The installation functions as a computer lab in which scientists examine the artist’s body. He undergoes different tests to determine if he’s in a position to withstand an experiment of reverse time travel. The next phase will be a performance in reverse aging. Kuśmirowski will succeed in doing what no one has achieved before. The 34-year old artist, who has achieved success and has participated in important exhibitions, will return to the time when he was 25 years old, and had just completed his studies in Lublin and was completely unknown as an artist. At that time – in 2002 – he had his first exhibition. In the hall of the university, he exhibited a collection of drawings of different objects such as an old newspaper, a package of cigarettes, the label from a package of cheese. It is to this period that the artist returns after the experiment. All his earlier works are created again and the exhibit takes place as if the prior one never existed. The artist is not conscious of the fact that somebody has already planned his career and begins his work anew. He is not aware, however, of what is waiting for him. The effects of the experiment was examined at an exhibition in Dhont Dhaenens Museum in Belgium.

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series, 2007

21 x 30 cm

Ed. 6 (+3 AP)

The installation functions as a computer lab in which scientists examine the artist’s body. He undergoes different tests to determine if he’s in a position to withstand an experiment of reverse time travel. The next phase will be a performance in reverse aging. Kuśmirowski will succeed in doing what no one has achieved before. The 34-year old artist, who has achieved success and has participated in important exhibitions, will return to the time when he was 25 years old, and had just completed his studies in Lublin and was completely unknown as an artist. At that time – in 2002 – he had his first exhibition. In the hall of the university, he exhibited a collection of drawings of different objects such as an old newspaper, a package of cigarettes, the label from a package of cheese. It is to this period that the artist returns after the experiment. All his earlier works are created again and the exhibit takes place as if the prior one never existed. The artist is not conscious of the fact that somebody has already planned his career and begins his work anew. He is not aware, however, of what is waiting for him. The effects of the experiment was examined at an exhibition in Dhont Dhaenens Museum in Belgium.

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series, 2007

21 x 30 cm

Ed. 6 (+3 AP)

The installation functions as a computer lab in which scientists examine the artist’s body. He undergoes different tests to determine if he’s in a position to withstand an experiment of reverse time travel. The next phase will be a performance in reverse aging. Kuśmirowski will succeed in doing what no one has achieved before. The 34-year old artist, who has achieved success and has participated in important exhibitions, will return to the time when he was 25 years old, and had just completed his studies in Lublin and was completely unknown as an artist. At that time – in 2002 – he had his first exhibition. In the hall of the university, he exhibited a collection of drawings of different objects such as an old newspaper, a package of cigarettes, the label from a package of cheese. It is to this period that the artist returns after the experiment. All his earlier works are created again and the exhibit takes place as if the prior one never existed. The artist is not conscious of the fact that somebody has already planned his career and begins his work anew. He is not aware, however, of what is waiting for him. The effects of the experiment was examined at an exhibition in Dhont Dhaenens Museum in Belgium.

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series, 2007

21 x 30 cm

Ed. 6 (+3 AP)

The installation functions as a computer lab in which scientists examine the artist’s body. He undergoes different tests to determine if he’s in a position to withstand an experiment of reverse time travel. The next phase will be a performance in reverse aging. Kuśmirowski will succeed in doing what no one has achieved before. The 34-year old artist, who has achieved success and has participated in important exhibitions, will return to the time when he was 25 years old, and had just completed his studies in Lublin and was completely unknown as an artist. At that time – in 2002 – he had his first exhibition. In the hall of the university, he exhibited a collection of drawings of different objects such as an old newspaper, a package of cigarettes, the label from a package of cheese. It is to this period that the artist returns after the experiment. All his earlier works are created again and the exhibit takes place as if the prior one never existed. The artist is not conscious of the fact that somebody has already planned his career and begins his work anew. He is not aware, however, of what is waiting for him. The effects of the experiment was examined at an exhibition in Dhont Dhaenens Museum in Belgium.

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series, 2007

21 x 30 cm

Ed. 6 (+3 AP)

The installation functions as a computer lab in which scientists examine the artist’s body. He undergoes different tests to determine if he’s in a position to withstand an experiment of reverse time travel. The next phase will be a performance in reverse aging. Kuśmirowski will succeed in doing what no one has achieved before. The 34-year old artist, who has achieved success and has participated in important exhibitions, will return to the time when he was 25 years old, and had just completed his studies in Lublin and was completely unknown as an artist. At that time – in 2002 – he had his first exhibition. In the hall of the university, he exhibited a collection of drawings of different objects such as an old newspaper, a package of cigarettes, the label from a package of cheese. It is to this period that the artist returns after the experiment. All his earlier works are created again and the exhibit takes place as if the prior one never existed. The artist is not conscious of the fact that somebody has already planned his career and begins his work anew. He is not aware, however, of what is waiting for him. The effects of the experiment was examined at an exhibition in Dhont Dhaenens Museum in Belgium.

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series, 2007

21 x 30 cm

Ed. 6 (+3 AP)

The installation functions as a computer lab in which scientists examine the artist’s body. He undergoes different tests to determine if he’s in a position to withstand an experiment of reverse time travel. The next phase will be a performance in reverse aging. Kuśmirowski will succeed in doing what no one has achieved before. The 34-year old artist, who has achieved success and has participated in important exhibitions, will return to the time when he was 25 years old, and had just completed his studies in Lublin and was completely unknown as an artist. At that time – in 2002 – he had his first exhibition. In the hall of the university, he exhibited a collection of drawings of different objects such as an old newspaper, a package of cigarettes, the label from a package of cheese. It is to this period that the artist returns after the experiment. All his earlier works are created again and the exhibit takes place as if the prior one never existed. The artist is not conscious of the fact that somebody has already planned his career and begins his work anew. He is not aware, however, of what is waiting for him. The effects of the experiment was examined at an exhibition in Dhont Dhaenens Museum in Belgium.

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series

Photograph from DATAmatic 880 photographic series, 2007

21 x 30 cm

Ed. 6 (+3 AP)

The installation functions as a computer lab in which scientists examine the artist’s body. He undergoes different tests to determine if he’s in a position to withstand an experiment of reverse time travel. The next phase will be a performance in reverse aging. Kuśmirowski will succeed in doing what no one has achieved before. The 34-year old artist, who has achieved success and has participated in important exhibitions, will return to the time when he was 25 years old, and had just completed his studies in Lublin and was completely unknown as an artist. At that time – in 2002 – he had his first exhibition. In the hall of the university, he exhibited a collection of drawings of different objects such as an old newspaper, a package of cigarettes, the label from a package of cheese. It is to this period that the artist returns after the experiment. All his earlier works are created again and the exhibit takes place as if the prior one never existed. The artist is not conscious of the fact that somebody has already planned his career and begins his work anew. He is not aware, however, of what is waiting for him. The effects of the experiment was examined at an exhibition in Dhont Dhaenens Museum in Belgium.