EXPERIMENTA presents: A Krzysztof Wodiczko retrospective Sunday 25th April, 7pm Cinéphilia West 171 Westbourne Grove, Kensington, London W11 2RS, UK
This month's Experimenta will present the work of Krzysztof Wodiczko (b.1943), a Polish conceptual artist currently living in Boston. In his work Wodiczko uses the techniques of photography, performance art and video. His most famous work is *Personal Instrument*, made in 1969 audio installation.
Wodiczko continues the legacy of the 1920s avant-garde and his work is politically and socially charged. His more recent work deals with the issues of democracy and human rights. The artist has received many prestigious awards, such as the 4th Hiroshima Art Prize "for his contribution as an artist to the world peace" in 1998 and the Kepesz Award at MIT in 2004, among many others. Wodiczko's work will be presented by Aneta Krzemien, a leading researcher at University of Central Lanscashire.