Jacek Ludwig Scarso is an internationally exhibited artist, curator and academic, whose work stretches theatrical experiences across live performance, video, photography and installation. Born in Rome, he lives and works in London.
In recent years, Scarso has collaborated with Anise Gallery to produce VR components for his exhibitions, In Limbo (2018) and The Pecking Order(2019), organised as part of the Tate Modern’s Tate Exchange programme. Scarso has also exhibited in Rome, Paris, New York, Milan, Kyoto, Gyeonggi-do, Hong Kong, Frankfurt and Lyon.
For an artist whose work routinely asks the question “Where does theatre stop and reality begin?”, we were very interested to hear how Jacek was dealing with the current lockdown and how these limitations on reality were influencing his practice