Born in 1970, lives and works in Stockholm.
Graduate in physics, art history and theory, free arts, artist and curator, Denis Romanovski working in different media focus on performance art and digital art. During ten years he was co-curator of the Navinki performance art festival in Minsk. Performances and projects are grouped around topics, for example, phantoms, phantoms expression, random, gap, confusion, interfaces and similar.
He also undertakes organizer activities for artistic projects and within this framework, organized the international exhibition “Phantom expression” to GfZK (Museum of Contemporary Art) in Leipzig 2004. More recently, Weld 2008, Performance Art Encounters in Stockholm and Get Set in 2009 in Virserum Konstall in Sweden.
Since 2000, Denis Romanovski has taking part in a large number of international festivals, in Bielorussia, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Canada, the USA, Vietnam, Thailand.
Truth is some how an attribute of patriarchal way of thinking.
“Perhaps she needs to cry” is a quote from a popular brochure about the Ethics of Family Relations issued in 70ies in Soviet Union, which literally reads: “...after sex your wife might express her wish to go for a shower, do not follow her – perhaps she needs to cry”.
Denis Romanovski. Live Action Göteborg. 2009. © Peter Lind.