Audrey Newton (AU)
i think you're brilliant. i don't think I've ever told you that, but it's true.
i think you're brilliant i don't think I've ever told you that, but it's true studies how materiality is processed and understood through the act of play and chance Sometimes ...
Jacqueline Huskisson (CA)
“What do comics do with, and to, memory and what does memory do to comics” With a new body of artwork I am investigating the intersection of memory and comics Specifically the ...
Eirik Brandal (LV)
ihscale is a series of sculptures creating clusters of sine waves depending on the movement and amount of people in the room Each sculpture is equipped with three pyroelectric ...
Mara Sandock (DE)
Come As You Are
In Mara Sandrock's works, the traditional materials of painting are stripped of their are freed from their usual functions Away from creative norms, they lead an exciting life of ...
Jacqueline van de Geer (NL/CA)
Hysteria is the ancient Greek word for womb Hysteria is also the first mental disorder attributed to women: nervousness, hallucinations, emotional outbursts and various ...
Andrea Garcia Vasquez (US/DE) and Fabian Lehmann (DE)
Andrea Garcia Vasquez and Fabian Lehmann collaborate on environment-making to discover, or reevaluate, digital and analogue versions of the reality of ecology Using symbols and ...
IFG 222 (Island Fishing Game) is a performance revolving around actions of fishing, seeing, swinging, swimming, singing, walking, wandering, pacing, playing, listening, connecting ...
Another Gloomy Day with You
Ruth was a woman with strength, courage and the desire to live life on her own terms In Yet Another Gloomy day With You Magnus Sjöbleke seeks his own roots through his ...
The Screen Under My Eyelids
The Screen Under My Eyelids brings together works that explore the mental and social states of insomnia Conceived with digital video, audio and inkjet prints, the exhibition ...