Jan Vormann (1983) lives and works in Berlin. He quickly earned a reputation in the art world for his kinetic sculptures and installations, and in recent years, particularly with his project Dispatchwork, an intervention in the public space, with which he in a witty way repairs, patches and builds in holes with a material of popular culture – the well known Lego plastic construction pieces. It is not superfluous information that Vormann studied monumental art and restoration. For three years, he has been travelling the world with an extremely successful project and has repaired old buildings and monuments, including the Great Wall of China and buildings in Venice. He has exhibited worldwide in the last six years, in galleries in Paris, Berlin, Barcelona, Linz, Taipei, Atlanta, New York, St. Petersburg, Belgrade, Tel Aviv, Moscow, Rome, Tehran, Amsterdam and elsewhere. Vormann is a resident of the TRIBE international residency project at Sonica Festival and currently participates in the final exhibition of the TRIBE project at MoTA Point.