Violetta Kutlubasis-Krajewska

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Graduated with an M.S. in Theory of Culture from Wroclaw University, and completed a series of postgraduate studies at the State Film, Television and Theatre School, Lodz, Poland. Since 1991 she has been writing and producing numerous television programmes on new media art and communication for Channel 2, Polish State TV. In 1988 she co-founded Open Studio Ltd., an independent institution producing television programmes on media art and culture; organising presentations on contemporary media art; distributing the works of Polish media artists; and providing artists with information on international collaborations. Together with Piotr Krajewski, she co-founded WRO Media Art Foundation and WRO International Media Art Biennale, Poland’s most important artistic and research event in electronic art. She has been programming director of art events, exhibitions, conferences and symposiums including Screens, 2001, an international symposium on media development at WRO 01, 9th International Media Art Biennale; Mediation/Medialisation, 2000, a conference as part of the city of Wroclaw’s millennium celebrations; 17'Meridian, 2000, an exhibition of interactive installations; End of the Tape, 1999 at WRO 99 International Media Art Biennale; Media Expression, 1998, an International Media and Performance Forum; Geo/Info Territory, 1997, a symposium on media art in the information and globalisation age at WRO 97 International Media Art Biennale.

See also: Poland#Video_art