Time is Love.2, Studio1.1 Gallery, London

26 December 2009 - 30 January 2010

Studio1.1 Gallery
57 A Redchurch Street
London E2 7DJ
Tube: Old Street

Including artists:

Michele Beck & Jorge Calvo (USA & Costa Rica) are multidisciplinary artists working together with single channel video, installation, sound and performance.
They have shown their work in important institutions throughout the world: The Bronx Museum, New York; PS122 Center, New York; ICA, London; Sound Art Museum, Roma; Galerie Chez Valentin, Paris; Tagawa Festival, Japan...

Sebastien Burdach (Germany) attended the Hoschshule Fur Bildende Kunste of Hambourg. He employs video, text/language and conceptual approaches.
His work has been shown internationally, including the KunstlerHaus, Hambourg; Mina Dresden Gallery, San Francisco; Space Other, Boston; Kunstraum, Zurich; Tree Museum, Ontario.

Jen-kuang Chang (Taiwan) received his Doctoral of Musical Arts from Nebraska-Lincoln University (USA). He is working on the electro-acoustic and audiovisual composition as expressive agents.
His works have been selected for inclusion in the Florida electro-acoustic festival, Toscana video festival (Italy), Backup festival, Weimar (Germany), Signal and noise festival, Vancouver (Canada).

Angelica Chio (Mexico/Germany) studied at the UDK-Berlin. She creates video, installation, drawing and performance.
Solo exhibitions and many participations in group exhibitions at Arte Transponder, Berlin; Frauenmuseum, Bonn; York Quay Centre, Toronto; Kyoto Art Center, Japan; Venice Bogota Biennale...

Angele Diabang (Senegal) is a director and producer of short documentary. Through her work, she explores the good image of her Africa.
Her work has been screened in numerous festivals, including the Cannes Film Festival, New york African Film Festival, IBW Festival, ICA, London; Encounters, Johannesbourg.

Sinasi Gunes (Turkey) graduated of Fine Art Faculty from the University of Marmara in Istanbul. His works across different disciplines such as video, installation, photography with sociological subjects.
He has shown his works at the Casoria Art Museum, Naples; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Darklight Festival, Dublin; Stuttgart Film Festival (Germany).

Wim Janssen (Belgium) attended the Sint Lukas Academy of Brussels. He employs video, film and installation. His work focuses mainly on strategies and technologies of seeing.
Recent exhibitions at Foundation Liedts-Meesen (Belgium), Kunstencentrum, Leuven, Sint Lukas Academy, Brussels, Ghent Biennale.

Robin Kiteley (UK) holds an MA in Contemporary Fine Art Practice from Leeds Metropolitan University. He works with digital moving image, photography, artist's books and writing.
He has presented works at Studio 27, San Francisco; Whipping House, London; Oran Mor, Glasgow; Liverpool Film Festival.

Bryan Lauch & Petra Pokos (USA & Slovenia) work together with experimental video. The duo has collaboratively executed numerous performances in specific spaces.
Their work has been widely exhibited at different venues such as the Lincoln Center, New York; Contemporary Art Museum, Baltimore; Casoria Art Museum, Naples; Skopje Museum, Macedonia...

Frederic Nakache (France) draws the inspiration for his work form childhood references.
His work has been shown at Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris; Daniel Azoulay Gallery, Miami; Venice Biennale, Kiasma Museum, Helsinki (Finland).

Hege Dons Samset (Norway) holds a communication and photography degree. Her work is oriented towards photography, video and performance.
She has exhibited in a number of locations accross the world: Spark Art Space, New York; Telics Arts Exchange, Los Angeles; Zendai Museum, Shanghai; Gallery GAD, Oslo...

First person shooters, Wim Janssen

    Interludes romantiques, Frederic Nakache

                    Androgen, Sinasi Gunes

         Test Phantom, Robin Kiteley

Special thanks to
Coordinator: Annabelle Boko