Jan Moszumański is a visual artist who works with film, sculpture and sound. He studied fine arts at the academies in Krakow, Oslo and Malmö, and is interested in the emotional and aesthetic landscape of contemporary ideological systems, e.g. the role of the sublime in conditioning social needs and its recognition in monuments, or the commodification of the experience of fear in nineteenth-century horror literature, i.e. the relationship between fog and smog. In a multisensory project “Sturm-und-Drunk new-romantic-black-noise-show” Death Wind he challenges the romantic approach to the relationship between man and nature. In 2019 he devoted the exhibition at the Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle Othering. The study of pressures to the issues of sustainable development, human immoderation and pride, and the cycles of self-regulation of nature.