Martin Blažíček (b.1976, Czech Republic) gained a Master of Arts in Film Editing at the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, Czech Republic (1997–2005) and a PhD in Audiovisual Media at the Centre of Audiovisual Studies in the same place (2009–2014), where he also currently teaches. With history as author of experimental films, he has performed live film and video since 2000. He is a former member of the art groups Ultra (2000–02) and Mikroloops (2007–11), and plays with the open live coding group Kolektiv. His films and live performances were shown at MAK Vienna, High Zero at Theatre Project Baltimore, Optosonic Tea at Diapason Gallery NY, Lux London, Anthology Film NY, DDM Gallery Shanghai, IDFF Jihlava, PAF Olomouc, City Gallery Leeds, Arnolfini Bristol, Entropia Gallery Wroclaw, Zamok Ujazdovski Warsaw, Dom Kino Minsk, Art Factory Lodz, Cinema Nova Brusel, Galerie Rudolfinum Prague, IFF Rotterdam, and more.
He lives and works in Prague, Czech Republic.
For Stavanger, Blažíček has prepared the project Binary Logic.
An exhibition for Vitrína Deniska titled Gradient and talk within the lecture cycle What is Live Cinema? that was followed by the Czech premiere of the performance Binary Logic.