Popesz Csaba Láng

Workshop: Use Your Face as Interface


Elwira Wojtunik-Láng and Popesz Csaba Láng :: Polish-Hungarian duet of visual artists, also known as Elektro Moon Vision founded in 2004 in Budapest. They design unique visual live-acts based on live experiments with the video surface, wide-format projections, mappings, audiovisual performances, interactive video-installations or video projections for theatre shows. City, technology and mankind as individual – are the main themes they analyze. In their works own patches, mathematic algorithms and technological solutions are often used.

The duet is regularly invited to participate in international events presenting new media art e.g. ArtMuse, sound:frame in Vienna, CHB in Berlin, LPM in Rome, Robot Festival in Bologna, VJ Fest in Istanbul, in Poland Digital_ia, Plateaux, FreeForm Festival, Selector or Narracje in Gdańsk.


Their installations were exposed at the Contemporary Art Gallery Bunkier Sztuki, Salon-Projektionist VJ-art gallery, MuseumsQuartier in Vienna, Akarenga Soko Gallery in Yokohama, Japan and the 14. Media Art Biennale WRO 2011 in Wroclaw. Their experimental ‘NZ/X’ was awarded in the frames of the Chopin Year competition by Warsaw Electronic Festival and ‘Zachęta’ Nationally Gallery of Art in Poland and ArtMuse in Bocholt, Germany.


They were granted with Artist-in-Residence program of MuseumQuartier in Vienna completed with an exhibition at Electric Avenue (MQ).


Founders of Share:Krakow, unit of global organization dedicated to supporting collaboration and knowledge exchange in new media communities.

Curators and organizers of PATCHlab international festival of (post)digital art forms .

Members of AVnode network – an international network of artists and professionals organizing festivals and/or working in the fields of audiovisual live performances.


As VJs they worked for Goldie (UK), DJ Krust (UK), Agoria (FR), Ben Klock (DE), DJ Surgeon (DE), Pendulum (AUS), Tricky (UK), Cristian Vogel (CHI) among others.


Cooperation with:  Fine Art Academy in Krakow, Institute of Technology on Blekinge HighSchool in Karlskrona/Sweden,  Contemporary Art Gallery Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow Festival Office,  Teatr Stary in Krakow, Krakow Opera, Alvernia Studios, Jewish Culture Festival,  Polish Institute in Vienna, Budapest and Berlin,  Collegium Hungaricum in Berlin.