PanGenerator is a new media art & design collective based in Warsaw, Poland, founded by Piotr Barszczewski, Krzysztof Cybulski, Krzysztof Goliński and Jakub Koźniewski. Since 2010 the group creates unique projects exploring new means of creative expression and interaction with the audience.
Their works are characterised by blending ephemeral digital realm with physical world. PanGenerator is mixing bits & atoms to create audience-engaging, dynamic and tangible experiences in opposition to typically static, hermetic and unapproachable conventions prevalent to traditional, mainstream “modern art” practice.
PanGenerator blurs the common divisions between art, design and engineering, creating large scale interactive installations commissioned by cultural institutions and commercial brands as well as purely experimental musical interfaces or speculative and critical pieces of art.
PanGenerator works were presented at numerous art & design galleries, festivals and exhibitions such as Ars Electronica, ZKM Karlsruhe, Dutch Design Week, Milan Design Week, Pause Fest Melbourne, WRO Media Art Biennale, and many more.
PanGenerator projects received numerous creative industry awards such as Cannes Golden Lion, several KTR awards, Design Alive Awards nomination and recently they were awarded with “Paszport Polityki” in Digital Culture category.
At Forward Festival 2019 they will also show their installation hash2ash, an interactive installation that turns selfies into pile of ash.