We are honoured and proud to collaborate with great institutions and galleries around the world with an exciting programme, including screenings, lectures, talks, live events.
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Fabienne Audeoud (France) is a visual artist and a musician with an a-typical background. She has been performing and showing her work across the most eclectic scenes worlwide, from opera stages to clubs, galleries or museums: AC Institute, New York; Tate Modern and ICA, London; Petit Palais, Paris; Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki...
Vienne Chan (China) weaves together different themes but all strives towards an independance from the social constructs of natural language through her video and performance. She has shown her works at Neurotitan Gallery, Berlin; El Museo del Barrio, New York; LOOP, Barcelona; IVAZION, Geneva...
Jennida Chase (USA) is an electronic artist who combines several aspects of media-based art, ranging from film, video, animation, sound and photography. Her work has been shown in many exhibitions, including the Pratt Institute, New York; Harold Golen Gallery, Miami; Anderson Gallery, Richmond; DC Shorts Film Festival, Washington DC.
Osvaldo Cibils (Uruguay/Italy) is a visual and sound creator artist. His works have been selected for the inclusion in the Havana Biennial, Cuba; Festival Version, Cologne; Museo de Arte Moderno, Buenos Aires; Museum of Contemporary Art, Yutacan (Mexico).
Julien David (France) graduated from the National School of Art (ENSAD), Paris. He writes and creates animation movies, short features, illustrations and comic books. His work has been shown several times at French Televisions (Arte & Canal Plus). Two books were published in 2006 (Les multiples) and 2007 (Les malheurs de Marine) by Le seuil Editions. Since 2005, Julien David is teaching Story-boarding and Animation at Gobelins School of Image, Paris.
Martin Dege (Germany) is an artist teacher using video and installation. His work is umpredictable, but almost always incorporates an indeniable reference to its immediate surroundings through its realisation.
Solo exhibitions and many participations in group exhibitions at KunstMuseum, Bonn; Museum Fridericianum, Kassel; KulturPalast, Berlin; VideoFenster, Basel...
Kokou Ekouagou (Togo/China)'s practice encompasses video and photography, installation and painting to reflect on the classifications and constructs of everyday reality. He has shown his work at Saatchi Gallery, London; Galerie Lucrece, Paris; Happy Hours, Milan; Raffles Institute, Shanghai.
Samira Eskandarfar (Iran) received an MA from the Art University of Tehran. She employs films and paintings. Her vividly coloured subjects include brief Farsi aphorisms and kalho-esque imagery in work that questions the depiction of women everywhere. Eskandarfar had exhibitions at Museum of Contemporary Art, Isfahan (Iran); Jill George Gallery, London; Meridian Center, Washington DC; Shiraz Art Gallery, Venice; B&K Projects Gallery, Copenhagen. Her work is included in the Collections of Tate Modern, London.
Eric Fong (China/UK) gained an MA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College, University of London. His artwork includes film, photography and sculpture. Informed by his experience as a former medical doctor, Fong's art practice explores issues relating to the body, health and disability. His work has been exhibited across the UK and internationally, including EAST International 2004, Norwich; APT Gallery, London; International 3 Gallery and Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester; Gallery 44, Toronto; Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest; and numerous international short film festivals.
Christy Gast (USA) is a sculptor and video artist known for conflating the landscape and the body through folk performance conventions. Gast has exhibited at museums and galleries internationally, including Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich; Centro Cultural Matucana 100 in Santiago, Chile; Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions and High Desert Test Sites in California, Artist's Space, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center and Harris Lieberman Gallery in New York; Gallery Diet, Miami Art Museum and the Bass Museum of Art in Miami.
Filip Gilissen (Belgium) graduated from Sint Lukas College of Art and Design in Brussels.
Recent solo and group exhibitions include Liverpool Biennial; Torrance Art Museum, Los Angeles; Muhka Museum. Antwerpen; The Woodmill, London; Mobius, Boston...
Pauline Horovitz (France) studied at National School in Decorative Arts, Paris. She is director of experimental documentary and short film. Her work has been screened at numerous venues, including the Musee d'Art & d'Histoire de Judaisme, Paris; Galerie Eponyme, Bordeaux; Documenta, Madrid; Biennale de l'image, Geneva...
Neil Howe (Australia) works in the area of digital imaging, video and photography. His evocative images can both shock and enchant with their surreal abstractions reminiscent of organic and inorganic elements found in the natural world. He has exhibited at Heide Museum of Art, Melbourne; Ceramic Museum, Lisbon; Casoria Art Museum, Naples; Center for digital Art, Los Angeles.
Karen Landey (USA) is a collage artist and video producer. She uses these passions to explore the mysterious realm of dreams and visions. She has shown her works at Directors Lounge, Berlin; Salisbury University, Maryland; Diva Center, Eugene, OR; Portland Theather, OR...
Lane Last (USA) is currently professor of Art at University of Tennessee, Martin. His works (video, installation, painting, sculpture) convey a multiplicity, which is oozing with dynamic life, simultaneously involving chance and advanced engineering, because he believes that dispersion via electricity, the proliferation of sexuality and de-totalizating narratives are more hopeful view of human destiny. He has exhibited at Contemporary Art Museum, Baltimore; Benaki Museum, Athens; Central Museum, Utrecht (Netherlands); Contemporary Art Museum, Istanbul (Turkey); Brunei Gallery, London...
Lemeh42 (Italy) are a couple of artists working with digital animation and illustration. Their works have been presented at Art Basel Miami, Galleria L'Ariete, Bologna; Bronx Art Space, New York; G-A-S Station, Berlin.
Kai Lossgott (South Africa) is a contemporary artist and poet whose personal practice currently focuses on exploring green politics and systems theory through experimental film, performance and drawing, for instance his engravings in plant leaves. His work has been widely exhibited such as the Museum Africa, Johannesburg; Arnot Art Museum, New York; Whitechapel Gallery, London; Museum of Contemporary Art Maracaibo, Venezuela...
Rachel Maclean (UK) attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Her works across different disciplines such as video, performance, drawing. She has participated in many international exhibitions at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; A Foundation, London; Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh; Projection Gallery, Toronto..
Adamo Macri (Canada) is a multimedia artist creating a body of work that placed importance on a negative space. He has presented works at AFA Gallery, Beijing; Guildford Lane Gallery, Melbourne; Garage4141, San Diego; Jose Malhoa Museum, Calda da Rainha (Portugal).
Michele Magema (D.Congo/France) received an MA in fine art from the Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Arts Paris-Cergy. A key focus for her, is articulating a permanent exchange between her Congolese culture and her adoptive French culture through videos, photographs and installations. Prestigious institutions worlwide have shown her work: Hirshhorn Museum, Washington DC; Brooklyn Museum, New York; Mori Art Museum, Tokyo; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Hayward Gallery, London...
Joas Sebastian Nebe (Germany) is a self-taught artist who holds degrees in psychology and literature. He had lectureships about film for big companies like Reemtsma Cigarettes and for the University of Hamburg. Joas had exhibitions in China (Intrude Art & Life 366 Project, Zendai Moma), USA (Art Expo Architectural and Video Art Event), UK (Edinburgh Art Festival 08), Portugal (FocFest), the Netherlands (Shaping TI City) and Thailand (Switch Media eletron pathiharn supernatural Art Festival) and many countries. Joas's works are in collections of the Deutsches Institut fuer Animationsfilm, Dresden (Germany) and the Joop Van Den Ende Collection, Amsterdam. Since 2000, Joas works as freelance curator. His first video art project Encyclopedic Cartoons had special mentions on Saatchi blog and kunst blog.
Kika Nicolela (Brazil) graduated of Cinema and video from the UCLA-University of California, Los Angeles. Her artworks articulate between the boundaries of the pictorial and the corporeal. Her work has been widely exhibited at different venues such as the MIS Museum, Sao Paolo; Gallery Scala, Berlin; Monkeytown, NewYork; Randall Scott Gallery, Washington DC...
Alex Pearl (UK) holds an MA in History of Art & Design from UCE Birmingham. He makes things and then videos them before they fall apart. His work deals with chance and the things in life he doesn't do very well.
Works have been screened at various locations, including Tate Britain, London; Foundling Museum, London; Hun Gallery, New York; Stattbad Wedding, Berlin; Museum of Cinema, St Petersburg...
Antonio Pinto (Portugal) is a video artist living in Lisbon. He gained Degrees in Design (ESAD, Oporto) and Visual Arts-Sculpture (Evora). Recent exhibitions in Cerveira, Vila Verde and Lisbon (Portugal); Cedar Rapids and Grinnell (USA); Piombino (Italy); Varna (Bulgaria).
Ludovic Sauvage (France) studied at the National Fine Arts School of Nice (Villa Arson). Currently living in Paris, most of his art practice works through a process of translation. Overall, his work is to compress fragments of space and time in devices such as video installation. For site-specific interventions, it's mainly to examine the relationship between landscape and memory. Each video and installation explores different points of view and fictional structures. His artwork has been shown at several institutions, including Nathalie Obadia Gallery, Paris; Villa Arson Art Center, Nice; The Vanishing Point, Leipzig; The Pony, Melbourne...
Antti Savela (Sweden) places an emphasis on relationships between identity, music and enjoyment with a poetical touch through video and sound. Many exhibitions at Today Art Museum, Beijing; Centre Pompidou, Paris; The Gallery, London; House of the World Cultures, Berlin.
Philippe Van Wolputte (Belgium) approaches his subjects with an almost Freudian-like obsession. His temporary penetrable exhibition spaces are site-specific interventions that occur in vacant disused spaces.
He has shown his works at Middelheim Museum, Antwerp; Chert Gallery, Berlin; Rockeby Gallery, London; Wilfried Lentz, Rotterdam; Rush Arts, New York among others.
courtesy Wilfried Lentz, Rotterdam
Guy Wouete (Cameroon/Netherlands) creates video, installation and photography exploring themes of social criticism and the questions of immigation in the age of globalization. His works were exhibited at ifa-Galerie, Berlin & Stuttgart; SBK Galerie23, Amsterdam; Word Bank, Washington DC; Modern Art Museum, Medellin (Colombia)...