Artist, researcher, experimenter based in Poznan, Poland. He combines art with science and technology by creating interactive installations, objects, drawings and photographs.
In the creative process he approaches work with the attitude of an engineer, adapting the precise planning and scientific research, with the main focus on the critical and conceptual content. He often takes risk of experimenting and asking uncomfortable questions.
Many of these works explore rituals of the everyday reality taking up a specific game with the imagination and wisdom of a viewer, with one’s habits shaped by daily routine of the contemporary world and own presence in it. His works confront the actual present reality with its transformation to allow the viewer to observe it in a new, fresh way. They often try to take actions commonly seen as impossible, useless or ineffective. Also, they usually contain a specific, critical sense of humour.
Jasielski took part in several exhibitions all over the world – among others, one man shows such as Paper Bridge Over Stone Water at Tokyo Wonder Site (Tokyo, Japan, 2012), Analog Immigration at CSU Galleries (Cleveland OH, USA, 2013), and group shows - Apparat. Retrogression Through Technological Progress at The Sculpture Center (Cleveland OH, USA, 2016), L’arte differente: MOCAK al MAXXI at MAXXI (Rome, Italy, 2016), Draft Systems at WRO Media Art Biennale (Wroclaw, Poland, 2017), Nonsense Technologies at MOCAK (Cracow, Poland, 2017), and ISEA Special Exhibition (Gwangju, South Korea, 2019).