Lukasz Ronduda

Curator, writer, scriptwriter, and film director living in Warsaw and working on the interface between contemporary art and cinema. He is the curator of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw.
Łukasz Ronduda is a graduate of the directing programme (2010/2011) and script programme (2012/2013) at the Wajda School. Together with Maciej Sobieszczański, Łukasz directed and wrote the film Performer, which won the Think: Film Award at Berlinale 2015. The jury verdict acknowledged the creative use of film medium in order to grasp and reflect geopolitical contexts artistically, to broaden the space of aesthetic experience, and to encourage mental shifts of perspective. Performer was also screened at London’s Tate Modern in May 2015.

Ronduda is also the author of the novel W Polowie Puste (Half Empty) and a curator in the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. He additionally curated numerous exhibitions at some of the most prestigious Polish and international art institutions, including an extensive overview of contemporary Polish Art as You Can See. Polish Art Today (2014), New National Art (2012) and Oskar Hansen’s Retrospective(MACBA Barcelona 2014, Museum Seralves Porto 2015)