Dominik Więcek is an artist whose works are filled with humour, playfulness and a sense of lightness. As a choreographer and performer he is deconstructing dance history, theatre rules  and tradition without hesitation. Taking autobiographical topics, he aims to make them resonate with the audiences’ lived experiences. Więcek believes in confessional performances in which honesty can be situated somewhere between privacy and theatrical formality. In his work he flirts with many theatrical genres, experiments with his own image and challenges societal norms by being an unapologetically queer artist creating in Poland. Trusting his intuition and driven by curiosity he allows himself: not to know, to make mistakes, to take roads to nowhere, as well as getting excited about the smallest of discoveries.

Więcek graduated from the Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts, Dance Theater Department and is a scholarship holder of the Folkwang Universität der Künste in Essen. He collaborated a.o. with Jacek Łumiński, Idan Cohen, Jeans van Daele, Jo Strømgren, Ben J. Riepe and Bodytalk (Yoshiko Wakki, Rolf Baum). From 2016 until 2019, he was a dancer at the Polish Dance Theater in Poznań. Together with Dominika Wiak, Daniela Komędera – Miśkiewicz and Monika Witkowska, he co-created the performance Sticky Fingers Club, and won the second prize at The Independent Theatre Competition, The best OFF 2022 and the Zygmunt Duczyński Award during the 55th Review of Small Theaters KONTRAPUNKT 2021 in Szczecin. Together with Michał Przybyła he co-created Bromance With Maciej Kuźmiński he worked on a solo performance Dominique, which received numerous awards and recognition such asan Alexander Izailovski Special Award at the 21st Choreographic Miniatures Competition in Belgrade (2017), 2nd Award at the 30th International Choreographic Competition in Hannover (2016), and Audience First Choice & Audience Final Choice Awards at the 20th Solo-Tanz-Theatre Festival in Stuttgart (2016).