Przemek Pyszczek (b.1985) is a Polish-born, Canadian-raised artist. After living in Berlin for nearly a decade, he has relocated to the nearby Polish border area, living in a small village to continue his artistic research. Through architecturally inspired sculptures, installations and paintings, Pyszczek’s work traces Poland’s transition since the fall of the Iron Curtain, as well as serves as an ongoing journey to rediscover his own past, contextualized in the present. He has a Bachelor in Environmental Design from the University of Manitoba, and has recently presented solo exhibitions at Belenius in Stockholm, Galerie Derouillon in Paris, Galeria Leto in Warsaw, and Plug In ICA in Winnipeg. He recently presented large-scale installations as part of the Narracje festival in Gdansk and Anozero ‘19 – Bienal de Coimbra in Portugal. His work was most recently featured in 100 Sculptors of Tomorrow, published by Thames & Hudson.