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Gjertrud Hals

Discovering paper as a medium was a revelation to me as an artist. This humble and cheap way to express oneself felt like a…

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Liu Jianhua

Liu Jianhua is one of China’s best-known contemporary artists who experiment with comprehensive materials and mixed media. Liu’s porcelain and mixed media works reflect the…

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Noémie Goudal

Noémie Goudal’s work, finely balanced between realism and invention, is an attempt to understand landscape by approaching it from multiple directions.

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Eglė Budvytytė

Eglė Budvytytė is an artist based in Amsterdam and Vilnius working at the intersection between visual and performing arts.

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Emmanuelle Lainé

Lainé’s complex installations transform the spaces they occupy into unsettling perceptual environments. The artist brings together familiar objects, organic materials and life-sized, floor-to-ceiling imagery to create…

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Fritzia Irizar

Fritzia Irizar’s conceptual artworks test the elusive forces of value as it is expressed in econo­mic and symbolic forms including labor, precious materials, money, and…

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Marsia Alexander-Clarke

I call my video, video as mark, in reference to the marks found in drawing and painting. Capturing the play of light on plants the marks become…

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Chen Qiulin

Chen Qiulin was born in Yichang, Hubei Province in 1975 and now works and lives in Chengdu. Her works manifest in various mediums including video,…

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Betty Tompkins

Rendered in softly airbrushed tones, Betty Tompkins’s photorealist paintings of intimate sexual encounters, including exposed genitalia, penetration, and masturbation, derive from pornography.

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Naoko Ito

My artistic research explores an organic sensibility with the material. I am interested in how social and ecological conditions can reform and introduce new perspectives…

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Niamh O’Malley

O’Malley’s processes of visual scrutiny and composition are rendered in surfaces of wood, glass, steel, and stone.

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Bronwyn Katz

Incorporating sculpture, installation, video and prayer, Bronwyn Katz’s practice engages with the concept of land as a repository of memory and trauma, reflecting on the…

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Margaret Haines

Originally from Montréal, Margaret Haines is an artist whose multidisciplinary, research-based practice combines, in singular fashion, film, literature, philosophy, astrology, photography and installation.

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Michael Beutler

Michael Beutler’s work comes out of nothingness, a void. There are no preliminary steps. Materials, production, mechanics and method all come together in an exercise…

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Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill

Hill’s sculptural practice explores the history of found materials to enquire into concepts of land, property, and economy.

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Iñaki Bonillas

Despite all appearances, Iñaki Bonillas is not a photographer. Rather, his work investigates the materiality and semiotic depth of said medium in a somewhat topographic…