Elwira Wojtunik and Popesz Csaba Láng are internationally recognized
Polish-Hungarian duo of digital artists known as Elektro Moon Vision,
working at the intersection of creative computing and light-art, creating interactive multimedia installations and augmented reality art projects, animations, scenography projections and creative multimedia programming designed for museums and galleries, theatres and concerts.
Their works were presented at the significant international digital media art exhibitions and events around the world, including the TADAEX in Tehran, in Iran, ~PdCon in New York, ISEA in RPA, Museums Quartier in Vienna, New Media Art Biennale WRO in Wroclaw, Akarenga Soko Gallery in Yokohama, Japan. In Krakow, where they are based, their works could be seen at the Unsound Festival and Gallery Europe-Far East of Manggha Japanese Art and Technology Museum. Re-Kreacja, an interactive mapping installation, is included in the collection of Contemporary Art Gallery Bunkier Sztuki in Krakow, Poland. They were granted with the Creative Scholarship of the City of Krakow, Scholarship of the Ministry ofCulture and National Heritage in Poland, MuseumsQuartier in Vienna, the Japanese OMOSIROI award for innovation and the ArtMuse award in Bocholt, Germany.
Since 2012 curators of the Patchlab Digital Art Festival in Krakow,
which is a member of AVnode network – an international network uniting
artists and events presenting contemporary audiovisual art supported by
the Creative Europe EU program.