PhD, lecturer at the department of art theory at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Graduate of sociology at the Jagiellonian University (Krakow), he received PhD from the Loughborough University School of the Arts. He combines his research with independent curatorial practice. In his interdisciplinary projects he carries out artistic and organizational experiments, hybridizing art with other domains of life. In 2009 he initiated Free / Slow University of Warsaw, with which he completed several inquiries into the political economy of contemporary artistic production, such as "Joy Forever. Political Economy of Social Creatvity" (2011) and "Art Factory. Division of labor and distribution of resources in the field of contemporary art in Poland" (2014). Editor and author of several catalogues, readers, book chapters and articles. In his most recent book "ABC of Projectariat" (Polish edition, 2016), he scrutinizes economic and governmental aspects of project-related modes of artistic production.