Union was a Polish Amiga demo group, formed in 1992 by previous members of Deform, Action Direct and Katharsis, and based around the city of Warzaw, Poland. The Union 'brand' is still around in the form of a company formed by Docent (http://www.union.pl).
After releasing 40K Intro (9th place) at The Gathering 1993 in april, the group got its act together and released the classic demo Hallucinations and Dreams at Mountain Congress 1993 in may, for which they were awarded second place in the competition. Late this year Animal, Katani, Tom, Python, Pluto, Seq and XTD all left to join the newly formed Polish section of TRSI.
April 1994 saw the group arranging their first party, the Primavera Party 1994 in Starachowice, Poland. Supposedly they released a demo at this party (Ambrozja, 7th position), but we have been unable to find any record of it outside of the party results. The party arranging duties must have been a good experience, because only four months later, in august, they were coarrangers of Intel Outside 1994 in Warzaw with Mystic. Here they competed in the graphics competition, but not in the intro or demo. Polish graphician Lazur left for TPDL (the group built by former Union members Tom and Python together with Dreamer/TRSI) in september. Their next real release came with the intro RGB at Gelloween 1994 in november, coming in at 6th in the competition. They rounded the year off with another demo at The Party 1994 in denmark; Beyond the Future finished 9th in the competition.
Primavera Party 1995 was arranged in march, and Union released the demo Zoombi for the Amiga demo competition (3rd) and the intro The Remains of the Pizza for the Amiga intro competition (2nd). September saw the group coarranging Intel Outside 1995, once again in cooperation with Mystic. The demo competition at this party was a great triumph for the group, securing BOTH of the top spots in the competition with the demos Tear Down The Wall and Braincell respectively. They also triumphed in the intro competition with Rotate Mania, and secured the top two positions in the video demo category with Illuminate and Flash of Hope.
For the 3rd time, they arranged Intel Outside 1996 in august, as sole arrangers this time. They also released the demo Your Amiga Can Do This for the competition, though it did not finish in the top three. Their video demo Rave Extreme won the video demo competition. Their video demo success continued at Gravity 1996 in november, where they once again won with VHS Number Three.
They were coarrangers of Intel Outside 1997 in july.
Their first production in a while came with the release of IO Party 5 Invitation at Quast 1998 in august, reaching 7th in the demno competition.