Adrienne Outlaw (United States)
|Adrienne Outlaw is a socially engaged, interdisciplinary artist whose often interactive work is informed by ethical issues. Outlaw’s work is in such permanent public collections as the US embassy in Abuja, Nigeria, the Cheekwood Museum of Art, and the Tennessee State Museum. She has shown in thirteen museum exhibits including two solo shows. A recipient of several grants, awards, and art fellowships, Outlaw also writes, curates, and runs programs for artists as part of her practice. |
Anna Macdonald (United Kingdom)
|Anna Macdonald's work spans site specific performance, installation, and screen-based practice. She brings a choreographic sense of spatial dynamic to visual media, focusing on the way movement patterns convey something of our lived experience in a non-literal and yet direct way.
Anna has received International recognition for her experimental film works including being selected for VideodanzBA, Argentina, Dascamdanse in Belgium and being nominated for the 2011 International Video Dance awards in Barcelona. Recent site works received the 2012 Shimmy Commission for Wandsworth Arts Festival and the 2013 Million Minutes site works programme commissioned by Arts Council England and Central St Martins College, London.
Alongside her freelance practise Anna is a senior lecturer in contemporary arts at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.
Liubomir Amonitov (Bulgaria)
|I see myself as a curious octopus with many tentacles, trying to reach all the forms of existence. I am strongly interested in visual arts, digital music, sounds and nature and I try to combine those elements in my work. Ever since I discovered caves and mountains, I seek to achieve the strange logic of natural forms. I was born in 1989 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Currently I'm studying the art of painting in the National Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia.|
Majed Shala (Palestine)
|Majed Shala , was born in gaza , , Shala graduated with a Master of Arts from Scranton University, USA in 2001, he is a member of the Palestinian Artists Association and lives and works in Gaza. He is a founding member of “Windows from Gaza,” a group for contemporary art, and is currently working as a lecturer and supervisor of the Arts Programme at the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA). Between 2000 and 2001, he attended Jordan’s Daaret Al Funun academy. Shala’s work has been shown in a number of solo exhibitions, including Suwar min Gaza, in Beirut, Lebanon (2004) and Gaza Hanin il Makan, at the Arts and Crafts village in Gaza (2003). Shala has exhibited internationally in group exhibitions in the Middle East, U.S.A., Brazil, South Africa and Hungary , Amman Jordan, and Qatar. Most recently he has participated in exhibitions in Italy and Norway and also with the United Nations.
Hulda Ros Gudnadottir (Iceland)
|Artist Hulda Ros Gudnadottir, www.huldarosgudnadottir.com, is an awarded artist in her home country Iceland. She works with mixed-media installations, video, sculpture, photographs and documentary. She has exhibited in Barcelona, Berlin, New York City and Reykjavik in galleries and museums and screened her films on all the continents. Gudnadottir is based in Berlin.
As an artist I´m interested in the narrative and the exploration of different medium in the
quest of telling the story. I´m an observer of socio-economic-political trends and transformation of cultural ph (...)|
Shareef Sarhan (Palestine)
|Born in Gaza in 1976, Sharif Sarhan works as an artist, professional photographer and free-lance designer. He is a founding member of the “ Windows from Gaza for Contemporary Art “ group and an active member of the Association of Palestinian Artists . Sarhan has a diploma in arts from the University of ICS in the United States. He had participated in several art training courses and workshops.and he had introduced his works in many individual and group exhibitions in Gaza in the Arts and Crafts village, the Port Gallery, and exhibited some of his works in Ramallah, Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Amman, Britain, the United States, Spain, Sweden, Sharjah and Cairo.|
Emily Alden Foster (United States)
|Emily Alden Foster is an interdisciplinary artist based in Oakland, CA. Her videos have appeared in venues throughout the world, and often feature stop-motion animation, handmade sets and costumes, and silent film aesthetics. |
Arnaud Brihay (Belgium)
|Arnaud Brihay was born in 1972, in Belgium. He lives and works in Lyon, France. He studied photojournalism and audio-visual communication at I.H.E.C.S. Brussels and holds also a Master in Business from EML. Arnaud Brihay principally works with photography, video, mixing often these media to art installations. His photographic work reflects his frequent travels and trips around the world, wanderer catching loneliness, strangeness or intimate scenes which he gently violates. On the other hand, he produces videos approaching, among others, either instinctive sensuality, intriguing portraits and moving sequences extending his photography work. His work was exhibited in many events, biennials and cities such as Shanghai World Expo 2010, Traffic Dubai, Bruxelles, Paris, Lyon, New Caledonia, ... and was selected in 2013 to Videoformes Festival and 100x100=900|
Ahmed Mohsen Mansour (Egypt)
|Born in October 1987, Egyptian Visual Artist, Graphic Designer and Photographer, Works and lives in Al Riyadh-Saudi Arabia.
Studied Graphic Design, Faculty of Applied Arts 6th October University -Advertising Department.
Preparing my Masters degree in Graphic department in Fine Art college – Helwan University.
Participated in several Art workshops in the fields of video, photography and animation.
Had a three experiments in the theatre field where I worked as an actor and assistant director in “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” and “The Ghosts” , They are two theatre shows produced by (...)|
Christopher Steadman (Germany)
|Christopher Steadman was born in England. He lives and works in Berlin, London and NYC. His work is widely exhibited throughout Europe, the USA and Russia. He works in a range of genres including video, sound, photography, text and installation. Upcoming in 2013 he has exhibitions in Moscow, Berlin and London. In 2012 his work was shown in St. Petersburg Digital Media Art Forum, Krasnoyarsk Symposium of Media Culture (supported by the Mikhail Prokhorov Foundtion), the National Centre for Contemporary Art in Kirov (funded by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation), the Vyatka Mu (...)|
Pooja Iranna (India)
Pooja Iranna (b. 1969) received her BFA and MFA in Painting from the College of Art in New Delhi.
Selected awards have been, Charles Wallace India Trust Award in 2002, and the Outstanding Women Achievers Award by (YFLO), a wing of FICCI, India in 2009.She has also been one of the Celeste prize finalists in 2010 for her video ‘Another New Beginning. Her Solo, ‘Of Human Endeavour’, at the Guild, Mumbai was selected among the twenty shortlisted for Skoda Prize 2010.Her solo , 'In the Waves and Underneath', at Palette gallery, New Delhi has again been shortlisted for Skoda Prize 2011.
Jorge Catoni (Chile)
|Jorge Catoni (1980) lives and work in Santiago, Chile. He works in multiple media, including painting, graphics, video art and experimental music.
Hernán Apablaza (Chile)
|My artistic career has been mainly related towards the new technological media development; namely, video and digital art to name a few. Thus, it allows me to explore and record images alongside with audio features at different levels. My creations deal with marginal elements from the urban areas, taking care of developing their own language, beginning with a mixture and an over exposure of visual as well as audio records.
Samanta Tamborini (Italy)
|Here I am (just in case you like)
[I take pictures]
I short rest
I dream a lot
I was born on February, 6th, 1979, in Varese, Italy,earth.
I’m a photographer for passion and for profession.
I am interested in every kind of artistic offer, everything exciting!
I get bored easily, also in relationships.
I believe that everything you do in your life, it will come back, one day. That’s why I am improving
my “ Karma score”, in order to be ready for my recompense.
I am quite bad in the act of synchronizing me and present.
I am living too fast or too slowly, looking for a balance th (...)|
Hideyuki Tanaka (Japan)
|1981,born in Kyoto. 2002, he Started artist group “Antenna” 2007, M.F.A. Visual Design Kyoto City University of Arts. Start working as a part-time lecture in University of Arts and Art University. 2010, live in Kyoto.
Rafael Gomez (France)
|Rafael Gomez was born in Havana, Cuba. He has been interested in art from a very early age. His need to express himself in different artistic fields drove him to become self-taught as well as enjoying the knowledge of artists he met. He has approached photography, video, sound music, sculpture, jewellery and design.
A few words from the artist:
« Trained as a sculptor by making it and by thinking about it, I felt the need to produce shapes with plastic qualities as well as objects that could be used every day.
I like nature in constant movement with its diversity and renewal. I (...)|
Goran Despotovski (Serbia and Montenegro)
|Goran Despotovski (born 1972). He graduated in painting in 1999, and took his Master's degree in 2003 at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. He had more than thirty solo exhibitions as well as collective exhibitions and projects both in Serbia and abroad, some of them are: (solo exhibitions) 2009. Metelkova, gallery Alkatrez, Ljubljana, Slovenia; Cultural Center Dom omladine Belgrade; 2008. Museum of Contemporary Art, Novi Sad; Galerija Pygmalion, Temisoara, Romania; (group exhibitions) 2012 Ceaseless, International juried show, Centennial Student Union Gallery, Minnesota State University, Man (...)|
Igor Imhoff (Italy)
|Born in San Giovanni Rotondo in 1976. Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Foggia in 2001. Currently a professor of animation and 3D graphics at the International School of Comics in Padua. Produce video merging painting techniques to research on new media.
He has participated in important exhibitions in prestigious exhibition spaces and numerous festivals, winning several awards, both in Italy and abroad.|
Monika K. Adler (United Kingdom)
|Monika K. Adler is a London-based Polish filmmaker, actress, renowned photographer and women rights activist. Her work has been shown in exhibitions and film festivals internationally and been published in prestigious trade magazines. She is currently working on the feature film Story of Marianne K. that describes the plight of a young Polish girl detained in a prison camp run by Bosnian Serbs during the Yugoslovian Civil War of the 1990's.|
Francesca Amati (Italy)
|Nata a Pesaro nel 1977, consegue il diploma di laurea nel 2002 presso l’Accademia di Belle arti di Urbino nella sezione di Pittura.
Dal 2004 al 2005 frequenta il corso di regia cinematografica alla Nuova Università del Cinema e della Televisione di Roma.
Diploma di maturità presso l’Istituto Statale d’Arte di Urbino nella sezione di Arte della Grafica e Illustrazione del Libro.
ESPOSIZIONI E PREMI
2012 Athens Videoart Festival, sezione Foreign Festival.
2012 Premio Combat, segnalata nella sezione fotografia
2011 Selezionata alla sesta edizione dell’International Streaming Festi (...)|
Ivano Talamo (Italy)
|I'm a 33 years-old computer scientist, illustrator and video maker.
My works are tools that help me to better understand reality, communication between people and memory.
In 2009 I founded a duo with Stefano Boring and our group-works are available at http://www.boringandsad.org|
Danny Germansen / Daria Baiocchi (Denmark)
|Danny Germansen Is a video artist / Filmmaker from Denmark who's main body of work are inspired by a life with disability, depression and mental breakdown.
Daria Baiocchi studied piano, classical composition and electronic music. Her composition had been played in theatres and concert halls. She has a brillant carrere as pianist with concerts in Berlin, Miami, Milan, Rome, Rotterdam, Bologna etc. Winner of National and International prizes as music composer for electronics and for music for video art: Tsonami-Buenos Aires, Pnem soundart festival- Holland, Hilltown for new music-Ireland, Un bosco per kyoto-Italy, Quear-Berlin and Croatia, Mexico etc.By the Italian Ministry has been elected “Cavaliere of Gaia” for her compositions that has been broadcast by Holland National radio and by France radio. She publish with Always music edition and RDM recors. She has also a degree in “Classical Literature”of Bologna University.|
Dennis Schnieber (Germany)
|Dennis Schnieber was born on 16.10.1991 in Bad Saarow, Germany. While still at school, he tried his hand at more or less smaller film projects. After high school he began an internship in Berlin in cutting and compositing. He continued his involvement in film/TV and since 2011 he has been working independently producing music videos and increasingly narrative films.
Franziska Lauber (Switzerland)
|Franziska Lauber works primarily with video. In her work, animals work as a metaphor for the transience and as projections of the people as a central theme.|
Andreas Mares (Austria)
born in linz, austria
1990 - 2006
paintings with oil/mixed technique
first objects with meat
2006 1st action.
until 2012 several videos
videos with animal cadavers
drawings, objects, actions, videos
lives and works in linz, austria
Andreas Mares is a passionate artist, a trait that shows not only in the motvation that drives his art but also in the way he goes about his work and more than anything it shows in his work itself.
His work, drawings, objects and videos, are far from pompous; on the contrary their reduce (...)|
Tim Tiley & Georgia Elizey (United Kingdom)
Tim Riley & Georgia Elizey live & work on the south coast of England. Working mostly collaboratively for the last 10 years & exhibiting nationally & internationally, their practise involves video, sound, text & spoken word, performance & installation, together with curatorial projects & co-ownership of an experimental art space.
Paul O'Donoghue (Ireland)
|Paul O Donoghue aka Ocusonic
Is an Irish composer/ audio visual artist based in Dublin, Ireland. He has released music under a number of pseudonyms for a variety of labels and produced music for television and radio. To date his audio visual work has screened internationally at more than 200 festivals and galleries in 45 countries.
His current work is entirely audio visual and explores a disparate collection of methods and techniques for the creation of visual music. Underpinning all of these disciplines is Ocusonics, the real-time generation of synchronous audio and visual material.
Andrea Azevedo (Portugal)
|We are a group of Cinema and audiovisual students from Porto, Portugal.|
Simon Welch (France)
|British national who has lived and worked in Strasbourg since 1994.
Part-time lecturer in video art & cinema studies at the University of Strasbourg.
Doctorate in Arts, University of Strasbourg (2005). MA in Arts, University of Strasbourg (1997). BA (Hons) Fine Art, Liverpool Polytechnic, UK (1988). Awarded production grant by the French Arts Council (2010). Has participated in numerous international film & video art festivals including : Reel Shorts (USA) ; FILE (Brazil) ; Cinéréel, Pompidou Centre, Paris (France) ; Vidéoformes festival, Clermont-Ferrand (France) ; Instants Video, Marsei (...)|
Jaime Rguez (Spain)
|Multidisciplinary creative in different artistic media. He thinks of art as a science and is developing a theory about it. Defender of the collaboration between differents creative’s forms and the constant evolution of personal creativity and the use of news technologies in the art.
Degree in Geography and History. University of Oviedo & Graduated in Art and Design. High School of Art, Oviedo. Ph.D. in Art History & Master: Analysis and Management in Contemporary Art at the University of Barcelona.|
Carlos Sedeño - DRIPP (Spain)
|Carlos Sedeño, alias “dripp” was born in Barcelona 1978. Music experimenter works in the world of audiovision. He studies Chemical Engineering in Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya.
Self-taught guitarrist,studied and learnt since he was fifteen years old.Restless experimentor,he plays in different types of sound,post rock,electronic and jazz.
He takes part in musical projects like “Mr.Way”,” Molloy Band”, and participates in the process of compositions and also mixes for artists and independent record labels.
His own process of experimentation takes him to a lot of improvisi (...)|
Marc Atkins (United Kingdom)
|Marc Atkins is an English artist, photographer, filmmaker and poet, who has lived and worked for many years in London, but has also spend extended periods of time in Rome, Detroit, New York, Warsaw and Paris. Atkins’ photography and films have been shown across Europe and North America.
Sardinian composer and producer Stefano Guzzetti runs his Waves on Canvas project to channel his real-life experiences into highly emotive sound pieces and songs. He has produced scores for movies, sound design works and audio / visual projects.
Riccardo Muroni (Italy)
|RICCARDO MURONI > RICUBIC
Date and place of birth: 30 01 1980, Sassari – Italy. Nationality: Italian
2012 Stage Designer in the theatre show "Trittico per Quattro Stagioni e Cinque Elementi"
by Nad Company. Director: Antonella Usai
Gobetti Theatre, Turin, Italy
2012 He works for Euphon Communication Torino on the Video Installation by Norman Robert Foster and Farshid Moussavi at Architecture Biennale, Venice 2012.
Arsenale, Venice, Italy
Tecnical Director: Patrizio Faleschini, Euphon Torino
2012 Stage Designer in the performance "ADD UP – Torino Bodyscapes" by Senza Co (...)|
Alessandro Olla (Italy)
|Composer, pianist, performer. After studying piano, composition and electronic music, he has left the academic view of music and begun an artistic path through experimentation, improvisation and electronics both in music composition and on the stage. His personal research is focused mainly on the interaction of music with other artistic expressions. His interest and experience also include video art and dancing.
He has performed in international museum and galleries, such as MACBA (Museu d’Art Contemporani Barcelona, 2007), BAC (London, 2007), GRIM (Centre Montévideò Marseille, 2005), A (...)|
Hantu (Pascale Weber - audio, performance, video editing & Jean Delsaux, video) (France)
|Pascale Weber is a french artist. She learned graphic design & interior architecture (ESDI) and projection arrangments in contemporary art, the relationship to the site, the physical involvment of the spectator. She has been making video films, installations and happenings since 1990. Her works of art consist in delimiting or observing territories and their tracks in our memory. She investigates the relationships between individuals territory and the identity of a site. She creates mechanisms of multimedia projection, which transmit the physical and sensory experience of residing in and going through places.
Her videos were presented in many festivals (Vidéoformes (Clermont-Ferrand), Video Festival of the Senses (Marin-Martinique), Franco-Japanese Institute (Tokyo), NOC Gdansk-Varsovie-Cracovie (Poland), The Musiques Démesurées Festival, Festival of Instants Vidéo in Marseille, Traverses Vidéo Festival (Toulouse), FIAV 2K3 in Tavira (Portugal)...)|