Matt Kowalczuk is a visual artist and film tutor who works across video art and photography. My deep passion is documentary work. For 15 years I have been practising in the North West to develop my visual artwork; engaging in roles primarily in Manchester. In 2019 I left the city I was born in to relocate to Brighton with my wife, who is also an artist and my %-year-old son who loves anything to do with wires or dominoes. In 2016 I went to Bangladesh as a key Camera Operator to work on Rising Silence, a heartbreaking documentary on the women who are now heroines of 1971 Liberation of Bangladesh war movement. I have also worked on an interdisciplinary piece called Sufi in the City which looks at the idea of female identity in contemporary urban culture. I’m currently working on developing a multi-artform creative research project called Finding Fathers,  exploring the psychological impact of fatherlessness. Much of my creative practise has focused on video pieces with professional contemporary dance and performance artists. I have created documentation and visual content for their projects. I have also worked collaboratively and creatively with arts organisations and charities that want their productions artfully filmed and edited.

“When you work together with love
you can achieve anything.”

Amir, Survivor

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