Marcin Dudek (born 1979) works with objects, installations, collage, painting and performance, touching upon questions of power, control and violence. As a former young member of the KS Cracovia fan club, Marcin draws on his personal archive and social sciences, to unravel the transformation of a mass of individuals into a singular volatile entity. A graduate of the University Mozarteum Salzburg and Central Saint Martins, Dudek has shown internationally at institutions including Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Salzburger Kunstverein, the Arad Art Museum, Bunkier Sztuki and the Goethe-Institut Ukraine. His installation The Cathedral of Human Labor (2013) is on permanent view at the Verbeke Foundation in Belgium.

Marcin Dudek lives and works in Brussels. Recent solo exhibitions include 'Akumulator', Edel Assanti, London 2019, Marcin Dudek, The Lure of The Arena, MNAC National Museum of Contemporary Art Bucharest, Romania 2019, Marcin Dudek, MWW Wroclaw Contemporary Museum, Poland, 2018 and a large project at Manifesta 12 Palermo 2018.