Installation transfusion is built of five groups of electronic objects. They consist of LCD displays situated on specially constructed stands with a container for resuscitation liquids stuck out upward (like a drip).
The container with the liquid is movable and reacts to the presence of the spectator. A photoelectric cell starts an engine, which lowers the container and makes the liquid pour into a special cell situated in front of the screen, which results in the effect of flooding the screen with the liquid (resuscitation liquid).
Additionally, the moment a spectator appears in the working area a replacement of video images in the displays occurs. The image of self-immolation of Buddhist monk, turns into a deformed media clutter consisting of contradictory pieces of information: essential and trivial, cruel and pleasant, moving and absolutely silly. The image, which constitutes the point of transfusion hides from the spectator. The whole thing is accompanied by an animation displayed from independent screens displaying the inside of an aorta pulsating disturbingly.
2011 - fallout, XX1 Gallery, Warsaw (PL)
2011 - tolerance of error, Otwarta Pracownia Gallery, Cracow (PL)
2010 - The Prague contemporary festival Tina B. - solutions and evolution / platonic lives, Nostic Palace, Praga (The Czech Republic)
2009 - The First International Contemporary Art Fair ArtVilnius'09, Lithuaniar Exhibition Centre LITEXPO, Wilno (Lithuania)
2008 - Machines of desire, Zone of Contemporary Art, Łódź (PL)
2008 - Mediations Biennale - [un]human error, Narod Sobie Gallery, Poznan (PL)
2007 - error_002: perpetuum soundscreen mobile, BWA Studio Gallery, Wroclaw (PL)
2007 - TRANSVIZUALIA 007: MEDIASCREAM! [stymulation-symulation], Gdynia (PL) the main award of the Pomorskie Province governor
2006 - TRANSFUSION_#02 (alfa), Orangery Gallery Center of Polish Sculpture, Oronsko (PL)
2006 - TRANSFUSION_#01 (betatest), ON Gallery, Poznan (PL)