Tag Archives: Experimental

Nigel Tan – Singapore/Melbourne

Briefly describe the work you do.  My main focus this year was to further explore the notion of chaos within the everyday life both within a physical as well as cognitive context. Educated as a composer, I work primarily with … Continue reading

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Alejo Schatzky – Buenos Aires, Argentina

Briefly describe the work you do.  I work with photography. My main subject is landscape. But I prefer to create new geographies rather than recreate reality. For me, photography is not a device to document things as they are but … Continue reading

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Elena Pérez-Ardá López – A Coruña, Spain

Briefly describe the work you do. My process of artistic work is influenced by the relationship between places and events. I prefer most of all analogue photography as media using its ambivalent meaning both as a souvenir or document. Concepts such … Continue reading

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M. Kardinal – Berlin, Germany

Briefly describe the work you do. My artistic position is primarily manifested in black-and-white and almost monochrome photographies and moving images. As in my photographic work, I also renounce in my work with moving images the reproduction of external reality. … Continue reading

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Julia Betts – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Briefly describe the work you do. I investigate the idea of transience and self through choices in material and process as part of an interdisciplinary art practice. Impermanent materials such as masking tape, scotch tape, ground digital images act as … Continue reading

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Lydia Moyer – Charlottesville, Virginia

Briefly describe the work you do. I work between video and visual art, mostly all photo-based processes.  I’m interested in the intersection of landscape and culture, particularly in America, and in the idea of poetic non-fiction. Tell us a little … Continue reading

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