Bartosz Dziadosz (PLEQ) completed his philosophy studies at the University of Silesia in Katowice.
He is a composer, music producer and curator. He represents an experimental trend in electronic music. In his compositions he combines musical genres such as drone, ambient, abstract glitch and modern classical.
In 2005 he created the PLEQ project. He has released records at various labels around the world, including Japan, France and the USA. Collaborates with artists from various corners of the world and with Polish artist Tomasz Mreńce. He is the curator of the Moscow Dronarivm label.
He also took part in many charity compilations, where he was at the side of such artists as Max Richter, Autechre, Nils Frahm, Future Sound Of London, etc. In addition to Poland, he also gave concerts in Russia, England, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Romania and Greece , Lithuania, etc.
For several years, more than the production of records, he is involved in composing music for theater performances and short documentary forms. He has over 15 theater performances to which he composed music. His adventure with theater began with a radio play at the Stary Theater in Krakow. He also composed music for the performance "Nie Ma" in the form of Television Theater produced by WFDiF. He is the author of the soundtrack for radio dramas 'Everything about my mother' (Transfer 2016 - the main prize awarded by Radio Krakow) and 'My Journey to Russia', which was released in the form of a CD as an addition to Krytyka Polityczna.
Currently, he collaborates with Tomek Śpiewak, Grzegorz Jeremy, Lucy Sosnowska, Wiktor Rubin and permanently with Michał Borczuch, with whom he made several performances in the most important Polish theaters - Teatr Nowy, Teatr Studio and TR in Warsaw. Two years in a row, his projects received Grand Prix awards at the most important Polish theater festival - Divine Comedy for the performances "Apocalypse" and "Everything about my mother". On September 18, 2018, the show "Everything about my mother" premiered at TVP Kultura.
He took part in the project "To the last tree", which was aimed at stopping the felling of trees in the Bialowieza Forest. This project has translated into many successes, including 13 lions in Cannes (3 gold, 3 silver and 7 bronze).
He composed music and created sound installations for Agata Grzybowska's exhibition "9 gates and back none of them" which premiered on June 25, 2018 in Galeria Pauza during the Fitography Month in Krakow.