Artur Grabarczyk

Chrome Paradise

Chrome Paradise ,
photo Jan Fronczak

Chrome Paradise
Chrome Paradise ,
photo Jan Fronczak

He graduated from National Ballet School in Gdańsk and the Northern School of Contemporary Dance in Leeds (UK). Former dancer of Scottish Dance Theater, Baltic Dance Theater and AP Group. He worked with Damien Jalet, Sharon Eyal, Anton Lachky, Jo Strømgren, Fleur Darkin;
As a dancer and choreographer cooperates with companies in Poland and abroad, a.o. Compagnie Didier Théron. He founded Grab Art Foundation and h.art company. Scholarship holder of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage


Compagnie Didier Théron
2020, Montpellier
Warsaw Dance Days
2018, Warsaw
XIV Zawirowania Festival
2018, Warsaw
Scottish Dance Theatre
2017, Dundee


Nomination for Barbara Bittnerówna Award Dance Pearls Awards for outstanding performance
2019, Warsaw
Minister of Culture and National Heritage Scholarship
2019, Warsaw
IV Dance Theatre Contest Choreography Award for Ravnfjær performance
2018, Kielce
Outstanding Artistic Personality Prize awarded by PZCHiO
2008, Olsztyn

Chrome Paradise


h.art company


  • Artur Grabarczyk Choreographer
  • Wiktor Podgórski Sound and Moving Image Director
  • Beata Miernik Make-up and Costume Designer

Performance synopsis

Chrome Paradise is a futuristic vision of the future. We are witnessing the new order. A hypnotic journey through cool, raw spaces, seeking the simplest existential answers, falling into a ritual trance, losing ourselves in an abstract reality filled with a wild range of colors and sounds. The minimalist expression and uncompromising physicality keeps the audience at a distance while leaving them in a state of constant tension.

Duration45" Crew *11 Artists8
Premiere 2019-04-30, Warsaw
Audienceeveryone (regardless of age)
    loud music, strobe lights

* cast plus technical support

Promotional details
  • Created as part of Scholarship of Minister of Culture and National Heritage
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