Silski, Michał International Festival of Contemporary Music Warsaw Autumn

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Born in 1965 in Santiago de Chile. He has built musical equipment and written articles for InformatykaWiedza i Życie, and Bajtek periodicals, among others. In the late 1980s, he started working as a sound engineer notably at the Centre for Contemporary Art. He has also cooperated with the Polish Radio Experimental Studio. As an IT expert, he crafted the first Radio Zet transmitter, and has coorganised sound events with many leading Polish artists. He has authored numerous installations: the “interactive baton” sound device for the Szczecin Opera (2016), the multimedia installation The Spirit of Time presented at the Instytut 116 Gallery (2015), and Alice in the Saxon Garden presented at the Zachęta National Gallery of Art (2013).