Tomek Jeziorski

Tomek Jeziorski (born 1986 in Warsaw) studied theater studies in Warsaw and is currently studying directing at the National Film Academy in Lodz. For several years now, he has participated as a video artist in the summer program of the Watermill Center on Long Island.
In the theater productions Life and Death of Marina Abramović (Manchester International Festival, 2011) and Grace for Grace (Opéra de Monte Carlo, 2011) by Robert Wilson, he worked as video designer. His filmic work until now has included documentary films such as Prema (2005), Joan (2009), Free Flight (2010), and short films such as Brothers (2005), Cross-country (2010) and Mora (2011). His works have been shown regularly at film festivals.
For the program of the Ruhrtriennale 2012, Tomek Jeziorski will collaborate with Robert Wilson on designing the space for his Lecture on Nothing as a visual environment. For Sacré Sacre du Printemps, a dance performance by French choreographer and director Laurent Chétouane, he will explore the material of historical and contemporary dance interpretations of Stavinksy's Rite of Spring artistically. In the spring of 2012, Das Erdbeben in Chili, the first collaboration between Tomek Jeziorski and Laurent Chétouane premiered at Schauspiel Köln.