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Ella Littwitz

Ella Littwitz investigates political, social, and cultural landscapes by appropriating and shifting specific elements connected to the land.

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David Jablonowski

David Jablonowski (b. 1982) investigates the evolution of technology, its relationship to contemporary forms of communication, and its influence on cultural transmission.

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Kilian Rüthemann

The key issue in Kilian Rüthemann’s work is the space around. He usually plans and realizes his works on site, which allows him to react…

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Fion Pellacini

The works of Fion Pellacini (b. 1986) tackle the spatial symbolics of social conditions and explore their relationship to change and social utopias through shifting…

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Victoria Pham

The musical and artistic practice of Victoria Pham (b. 1996) is driven by explorations into the sonic connections across bio-design, decolonisation, familial storytelling and cross-cultural…

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Eleonora Agostini

The work of Eleonora Agostini explores identity and performativity in relation to private and public spaces, through photography, collages, performances and installations.

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Cian Dayrit

The interdisciplinary practice of Cian Dayrit (b. 1989, Manila, Philippines) explores colonialism and ethnography, archaeology, history, and mythology, through paintings, sculptures, and installations. Dayrit subverts…

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Giulia Cenci

In her process of observation, Giulia Cenci selects elements that are irrelevant details of industrial objects or parts of our environment, capable of expressing transitory…

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Jiwon Rhie

Jiwon Rhie is a Korean multidisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, USA. Her work explores ideas of boundaries, human relationships, cultural identities, and communication in installations,…

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Leila Seyedzadeh

The works of Leila Seyedzadeh (b. 1986, Tehran) serve as tapestries woven from fragments of memories, evoking a sense of placelessness. Through 2D works and…

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Sammy Baloji

Since 2005, Sammy Baloji has been exploring the memory and history of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Verena Bachl

Drawing inspiration from both mythology and science, Verena Bachl creates sculptures and installations that combine archetypal symbolism and intimate elements with objects and methods of…

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Victor Burgin

“…my work appeals to a ‘dream-logic’ rather than common-sense. It is not to be consumed… it is to be produced in the active process of…

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Rainer Spangl

Rainer Spangl’s series of works are based on figuration but come very close to abstraction through permanent repetition of motifs with small changes.

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Nilbar Güres

Nilbar Güres explores notions of human power, social gender roles, relationships, identity, and culture in her work. Out of long-term research and cultural observation, Güres…

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Sex Magic: Ithell Colquhoun’s Diagrams of Love

The British painter, writer and poet Ithell Colquhoun (1906 – 1988) explored the magic of sexuality, the erotic body and female desire in her work.…