Piotr Pasiewicz was born in 1979 in Lodz. He graduated from the Faculty of Graphics and Painting with honors at the Wł. Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts in the Studio of Fine Arts in Painting I (Open Book) under guidance of prof. Andrzej M. Bartczak.
His work is in the field of printmaking, drawing, performance, video art and short films.
In 2011, received a scholarship from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
He has made numerous individual and collective exhibitions, including Manhattan Gallery in Lodz (2003), the Museum of Cinematography in Lodz (2006), Art Book Museum in Łódź (2008), Museum in Sieradz (2008), Gallery ImpART in Wrocław (2011), Gallery Arttrakt in Wrocław (2011), Museum in Głowno (2012), Museum of Contemporary Art in Wroclaw (2012), Festival “Fluo Session 2” in Łódź (2008), the Festival Firmament in Kielce (2009), V Festival of Dialogue of Four Cultures (2006), the Fourth International Animation Festival called Resuscitation (2007), the Institute of History of Art in Wrocław (2007) and Łódź (2009), in the City Office of Łódź (2006), Mazovia Region Centre of Contemporary Art “power plant (Elektrownia)” in Radom (2010), IFF – Interdisciplinary Fringe Festival in Wrocław (2011), 14th international triennial Small Graphic Forms, Poland – Łódź ‘in 2011 (City of Łódź Art Gallery – Gallery Villa), the 6th Festival of Independent Cinema “OFF how hot” in Łódź (2010), the Festival Underground.PL in Białystok (2009), the Festival House in Tykocin (2010).
In his work so consistently creating a world in which metaphysics soaked shapes are made in a spontaneous act of creation. He is fascinated by mutually exclusive opposites that can not function without each other. Piotr Pasiewicz “creates emerging from within itself the universe, which is subject to constant transformation.” With suggestive gestures he creates a bold and dark images, where the dead gives birth to life, flexibility transforms fossilization to lose its moments ago established form shortly again. The only constant is change and an attempt to illustrate the variability and subjective visual experience.