DAVID BURROWS

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David Burrows is an artist and writer interested in notions and concepts of the new in sacred, mass and avant-garde cultures. His current practice addresses the production of fiction as a transformative process as well as notions of impermanence and immanence, extending earlier concerns that addressed violence, destruction, crisis and disorientation as structural elements in […]

LOTTE ROSE KJÆR SKAU

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Lotte Rose Kjær Skau is a Danish artist and musician who works predominantly in sound art, installation and video. She makes work that renders a subject and its environment as things in oscillation between technology, cybernetics, self-enjoyment and cultural tradition; transient, virtual worlds of performance and communication mediated by computer technologies and tactile sculptural interventions […]

LAURA PAWELA

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Laura Pawela is a multidisciplinary artist whose work is driven by the concept of the imagination as a filter for reality. Her diverse practice includes video, sculpture, drawing, installation, and other time-based works. Pawela’s practice deals with a myriad of themes, yet is frequently bound by an exploration of self or an assumed perception of […]

PLASTIQUE FANTASTIQUE

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Plastique Fantastique is a group that investigates aesthetics, the sacred, politics and popular and mass culture through comics, performances, texts, assemblages and installations. It is envisaged as a group of human and inhuman avatars delivering communiqués from the extreme past and the future. Its works are baroque, transformative, express a subversive urgency and are frequently […]

GORDON SHRIGLEY

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Gordon Shrigley uses drawing, text, video and performance as a way to approach engagements with the narrative of making. At the core of his practice he creates drawings as a way of exploring how visual language constructs and maintains our sense of the everyday, creating works that consist of simple repetitive gestures over time. Using […]

NAOKO TAKAHASHI

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Performative in its origin, NaoKo TakaHashi’s wide-ranging practice incorporates installations, books, films, drawings and sculpture sometimes in collaboration with other artists and musicians. Her work deals with issues of translation and confusion of identity played out through language, exploring spaces, both physical and social, to reveal the ambiguities and inconsistencies of communication and social identity. […]

MARK PETER WRIGHT

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Mark Peter Wright is a multidisciplinary artist interested in the relations of power between humans, animals, sites and the technology we use to “capture” them. His work seeks to animate and contest these dynamics, articulated through performances, installations and hypothetical interventions. Wright’s work often revolves around a specific site, understanding site as a collaborative, contested […]