Digital culture

The Digital Cultures programme introduces the international audience to Polish artists whose work combines digital technology and fine arts.

The key project of Digital Cultures is an annual conference held since 2017. During the year, Digital Cultures supports the participation of Polish artists in international exhibitions, festivals and residencies. Digital Cultures also supports digital productions and co-productions including the APPARATUM exhibition of the PanGenerator collective inspired by the Polish Radio Experimental Studio, as well as VR projects inspired by Tadeusz Kantor’s theatre: a VR simulation by the duo Tale of Tales and a stop motion movie by the Academy Award nominees Maciek Szczerbowski and Chris Lavis, co-produced by the award-winning studio Felix&Pail and the National Film Board of Canada.

Anna Szylar

Digital Culture Programme Manager

PHONE: +48 22 44 76 123


  • 09Mar'19 - 17Mar'19

    Polish Showcase of Art, Music & Tech at SXSW 2019

    Following last year’s success at the celebrated SXSW festival, the Adam Mickiewicz Institute returns to Austin to present top-tier Polish talents in music, gaming, art and artificial intelligence. The showcase is in partnership with the National Ethnographic Museum in Warsaw, the Polish Cultural Institute in New York, and the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Washington DC. More #digital culture
  • Digital Culture, image by Noviki, photo: press materials

    Open Call: Non-Fiction Narrative Audio Works

    The Adam Mickiewicz Institute is pleased to announce an open call for non-fiction narrative audio works created by producers from the Central and Eastern European region. The competition is being held in cooperation with Radio Atlas as part of the activities accompanying the institute’s Digital Cultures conference to be held in September 2018. More #technology & innovation
  • Digital Culture, image by Noviki, photo: press materials

    Digital Cultures Conference 2018

    24th and 25th September 2018 will see the second edition of the international Digital Cultures conference in Warsaw. The conference will address digital culture in a global context. It will be an opportunity to explore the most interesting projects out there today, as well as establish contacts with experts in the field and representatives of key institutions from around the globe. More #technology & innovation
  • 14Jul'18 - 06Jan'19
    'Spatial Composition' by Zygmunt Krauze, Teresa Kelm, Henryk Morel, 1968, photo: courtesy of the Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź

    Through The Soundproof Curtain: The Polish Radio Experimental Studio On Show In Karlsruhe

    This July, ZKM | Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe will open the first such extensive presentation of the Polish Radio Experimental Studio, an important centre for the creation of exciting electro-acoustic music in the Eastern Bloc. More #music
  • 09Jul'16 - 16Oct'16
    Krzysztof Wodiczko,

    Issue Raiser Wodiczko at the Liverpool Biennial 2016

    The FACT exhibition in Liverpool presents over 40 years of Wodiczko’s collaborations with marginalised social groups. More #technology & innovation

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Published at: 2016.10.14 18:41
Updated at: 2019.06.14 15:49
Author: Karolina Babij
Written by: Karolina Babij