Kiwer, Wojciech

He completed the two-year Postgraduate Vocational Course in Cracow and qualified as sound engineer. Since 2008 he has worked in this capacity at Cracow’s Helena Modrzejewska National Stary Theatre, taking part in rehearsals, premieres, recordings, concerts, preparing sound effects, and so forth. He also creates field recordings, music for shows directed by Błażej Peszek (Hamlet and Charles – New World Order at the Juliusz Osterwa Theatre in Gorzów Wielkopolski, The Dead Man Needs No Special Dress at Leszno’s City Theatre) as well as Mirosław Orzechowski (Freud on Politics andA Script for Lonely Women – Light Portable Theatre in Chorzów). For the radio, he has produced Beata Paluch’s recital Quick Dose of Happiness at Radio Cracow. He also produces sound effects for computer games (for Ganymede, Drago Entertainment, and Tate Interactive) and applications (Cricoteka). He teaches sound workshops for adults and children Cricoteka, Little Poland Institute of Culture, Historical Museum of the City of Cracow). He cooperates with Studio FilmLove on lm reports presenting cultural events. With his wife Justyna Mazur, he created a sensory installation for children for the exhibition Three Golden Hairs