Damien Borowik is a French artist based in London, UK. In his work, he explores the use of technology in the art of making and subsequent creative processes. He is also interested in the act of perception, with a strong emphasis on serendipity and aesthetics. Working across media and medium, he seamlessly embeds technology and digital processes as an integral part of the work. Borowik develops his own creative tools digitally and physically, using mechanical components, electronics and programming code. His work spans many disciplines including video, sound, light, virtual reality as well as kinetic installations and performances. Graduated from Central Saint Martins with a BA in Graphic design, and he later on went on to study at Goldsmiths, University of London on an MA in Computational Arts. Borowik has won numerous awards and exhibited worldwide while working with clients such as Christian Dior Couture, Samsung Electronics, Southbank Centre and BBC Worldwide. Recently, the Victoria & Albert Museum have also acquired several of Borowik’s artworks to be included in their permanent collection.