Romuald Demidenko
Bucharest, Cluj

Romuald Demidenko (born 1985, Poland) is a curator and cultural producer focused on the intersection between digitisation and real-life events, interweaving public and private realms, mediating individual andcollective practices. He recently co-curated the Open Triennale at the Centre of Polish Sculpture in Orońsko (alongside Aurelia Nowak and Tomek Pawłowski, 2017—2018), and furthermore collaborated with Komplot, Brussels as a guest curator (School of Curators, 2017), Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw (2014—2015), BWA Zielona Góra (2012—2014) and Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin (as an assistant to Anda Rottenberg, 2009—2012). Nominated for the pilot edition of Potsdam Curator Prize (2017). He received a scholarship from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland (2015). He studied Art History at the University of Wrocław, Poland (MA, 2010), Cultural Studies at Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication in Rotterdam, The Netherlands (2008) and pursued his training as part of Curatorial Studies at KASK, Gent (2017—2018). He founded Guest Rooms in Brussels (

During his residency stay at ARC Bucharest, he will get acquainted with local artistic scene of Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca and as a conclusion he will present his latest curatorial interests including non-normative narratives to be presented in different formats.