Marcin Dudek (b. 1979, Poland) lives and works in Brussels, Belgium. Dudek works with objects, installations, collage and performance, touching upon questions regarding control in society, the hierarchy of power, and mechanisms of violence and aggression as seen from sociological, historical, and psychological standpoints. Dudek's use of abstraction to deal with these questions amplifies the labour, anxiety and compulsive approach that characterize his process of image production. After leaving Poland aged 21, he studied at the University Mozarteum, Salzburg and at Central Saint Martins, London, graduating in 2005 and 2007 respectively. His work has been exhibited internationally at institutions including the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Salzburger Kunstverein (AT), the Arad Art Museum (RO), Bunkier Sztuki Gallery in Krakow (PL),  the Goethe-Institut Ukraine, and The Warehouse Dallas (US). His installation "The Cathedral of Human Labor" (2013) is on permanent view at the Verbeke Foundation in Belgium. In 2018, he presented a large installation at Manifesta 12 Palermo, which was followed by a solo exhibition at the Wrocław Contemporary Museum and a solo booth at EXPO Chicago in 2019. Upcoming exhibitions include the Socle Du Monde Biennale in the HEART Museum, Herning (DK) and "Psychic Wounds" at The Warehouse Dallas (US), where he will show work alongside artists such as Louise Bourgeois, Georg Baselitz, Alberto Burri, Marlene Dumas, Eva Hesse, Sigmar Polke, Carol Rama, Gerhard Richter and Luc Tuymans. In 2020, Dudek will equally create a large installation for the inauguration of the new space of Harlan Levey Projects in 1080 Brussels.