Romuald Krężel

Romuald Krężel is an artist working in the field of performative arts.. He completed studies in the Acting Department of the Film School in Łódź and at the Institute for Applied Theatre Studies in Giessen, Germany, in the Department of Choreography and Performance. He moves around the topic of work in art and explores the relationship between art and climate change. The results of his artistic activity can be places at the intersection of contemporary theatre, performance, choreography and visual arts.

So far, he collaborated with such artists as Monica Duncan, Emmilou Roßling, Markus Öhrn, Weronika Szczawińska or the group Komuna//Warszawa. His works were presented in numerous prestigious venues and many European festivals, including: HAU Hebbel am Ufer and Performing Arts Festival in Berlin, Spielart in Munich, in Hellerau in Dresden, Kunstlerhaus Musounturm and Kunstverein in Frankfurt, Thèâtre de la Cité Internationale in Paris, Lithuanian National Drama Theatre in Vilnius or the Malta Festival in Poznań.

Romuald was awarded numerous artistic and research scholarships, including From Nowy Teatr in Warsaw, National Centre for Culture (Młoda Polska), or Wimmel Research-Fellowship founded by Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart.