Oct 11, 2013
Zbigniew Rybczyński is a Polish filmmaker and multimedia artist who has been making groundbreaking visionary work since the early 1970s.
He has taught cinematography and digital cinematography, and has worked as a researcher of blue and greenscreen compositing technology at Ultimatte Corporation. He is renowned for his innovative audiovisual techniques and for his pioneering experimentation in the field of new image technology.
In March 2009 Rybczyński returned to Poland, taking up residence in Wrocław, where he has set up the Center for Audiovisual Technologies (CeTA) at the site of the city's historic Feature Film Studio. The center, which officially opened in January 2013, includes a state-of-the-art studio designed by Rybczyński for the production of multi-layer film images, and an institute for research into images and visual technologies.
His visionary work has also made a major contribution to experimentation in popular culture making music videos for Grandmaster Flash, Art of Noise, Blancmange, Missing Persons, Pet Shop Boys, & Yoko Ono, to name a few.
For more on Zbigniew visit his website: http://www.zbigvision.com/