[AUTORESPONSE] was a project initiated by Bot.Watch which utilized the "out of office" message bot as a platform for exhibiting art. To participate, viewers sent an email to botwatch.projects@gmail.com, and in turn received an automated-reply message containing artwork. The three artists featured in the project's April and May 2016 editions were curated by WCUSPR. They were:

Norbert Delman

Norbert Delman was born 1989 in Warsaw, where he currently lives and works. His artworks have been exhibited at the CCA Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw (2014) and the Museum of Contemporary Art Krakow (2013).  He received a Polish Artist scholarship for residency at the Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop/Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh, UK (2014) and a residency at MODEM Modern and Contemporary Arts Centre in Debrecen, Hungary (2011). www.norbertdelman.com

Mikołaj Sobczak

Mikołaj Sobczak was born in 1989 in Poznań, Poland. He has studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Warsaw, the Universität der Künste Berlin, and the Kunstakademie Münster in Germany. Since 2013, he has been the executive editor of Periodyk Akademicki, a Polish art periodical created by and for young artists. He also collaborates with Justyna Łoś in the performance duet POLEN PERFORMANCE. www.mikolajsobczak.tumblr.com

Izabela Chamczyk

Izabela Chamczyk was born in 1980 and graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, Poland. Working in many media, she constantly redefines their boundaries; emotions are an essential element of her idea of art. Her Twelve-month War, realized in 2013, explored issues connected with the place of the artist in the art market and in the circles of cultural institutions. Chamczyk was twice awarded scholarships from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage, and has had her work included at venues such as SCC Gallery in Isfahan, Iran; Entropia Gallery in Wrocław, Poland; GSW in Opole; BWA Zielona Góra; Centre for Contemporary Art in Toruń; and ERARTA in Saint Petersburg. Her works are in many private and public collections in Poland and abroad.