Will Kwan (Canada/Hong Kong)
Will Kwan’s artistic practice takes a critical view of the visual and material culture of globalisation and examines the sociopolitical and cultural consequences of how the ‘global’ is represented.
01 Oct 2009 31 Jan 2010
Sam Jury (UK)
Sam Jury’s practice examines the psychological impact of mass media and screen based technologies on society’s relationship with reality.
01 Oct 2009 28 Feb 2010
Eliza Newman-Saul (USA)
Eliza Newman-Saul’s work consists of videos, photographs, installations, writing and performances, or rather, communicative moments.
01 Sep 2009 22 Nov 2009
Tine Melzer (Germany)
The interdisciplinary work of visual artist Tine Melzer primarily focuses on the coded nature of language and aims to deconstruct the fears and desires bound to its imagery.
Nadja Bournonville (Sweden)
Nadja Bournonville searches her own background, as well as in literature, daydreams, desires and wishes, for the starting point of stories.
12 Jul 2009 30 Aug 2009
Lorena Carbajal (Argentina)
Carbajal's work is placed on the borders of a web of cultural crossovers, where ideas such as migration, place, distance, homeland, memory and foreignness, all meet.
07 Jun 2009 30 Jul 2009
Gareth Moore (Canada)
Gareth Moore is known for his playful and conceptually rigorous works produced from his investigations of the world around him
01 Jun 2009 31 Aug 2009
Ian Burns (Australia)
The impacts of technological aesthetics on contemplation and the understanding of physicality are at the core of Ian Burns’ practice.
01 Jun 2009 30 Sep 2009
Jonas Liveröd (Sweden)
Jonas Liveröd’s practice focuses on drawing, sculpture, building site-specific installations, in which he utilises a notion of Scandinavian contemporary gothic and misguided energies.