Adam Żądło: Deserted Village

Says Adam: Deserted village is a story about animals that are no longer natural in the nature, are becoming less and less common in the countryside and do not have their future in our cities. Their fates show the transformation that takes place on our farm, in the whole village...

Nikita Svertilov: Curving the Horizon

Says Nikita: The flourish of post-truth politics movement eventually leads to people loosing trust in the official sources of information. This is also one of the main reasons why nowadays we can see the development of various conspiracy theories. I was particularly fascinated with one of them - the flat...

Ioanna Natsikou: Interlude In Blue

An Interlude In Blue is a body of work that portrays the female figure in personal spaces enclosed in a world of silence and desire, touching upon themes of loneliness, isolation and alienation in modern life. Inspired by the “Hopperesque” world, these series seek to engage the viewer in a...

Kathleen Meier: Huis Clos

The series Huis Clos confronts us to a suggestive confinement. What happens in us when we are faced into a desperate situation ? What does we feel when we have no longer a connexion with the outside world? The disorientation and the contact loss with the outside put us into...

Janie Julien-Fort: Ephemerals Landscapes

The artist makes use of a technique called solargraphy—a photographic process requiring exposure times that often span several months. Attached to various landscape elements, at the mercy of the weather and attracting the curious, hundreds of small pinhole cameras scrutinize the outskirts of several construction sites. Serving as makeshift surveillance...

Miltiadis Igglezos: Ithaca

This ongoing project is about traveling, in a both literal and metaphorical sense. According to Homer, Ithaca was Ulysses' motherland, in which he returned ten years after the Trojan War, as a result of the obstacles that he had to encounter in the return journey. Konstantinos Kavafis, with an allegorical...

Will Harris: Evelyn Beckett

About his project says Will: In this work I confront the complexities of my Nana, Evelyn Beckett’s dementia, by fabricating the pieces that have gone missing. Within my Nana's mind, history and fiction collide, creating something strangely new, haunting and at times painfully beautiful. Ten years ago was now ten...

Dylan Everett: Charming While Being Corrupt

Says Dylan: The preface to Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray is a series of aphorisms about art and beauty, including the declaration that “all art is at once surface and symbol.” If all art is at once surface and symbol, I create symbolic surfaces. Through the use of...

Jimmi Ho: Laundry Art

Dry the clothes have initially been the most common thing in daily life. Walk around Hong Kong’s public housing blocks and old tenement buildings today, and it quickly becomes clear that many residents still hang their clothes outside to dry. Now, as housing prices grow ever more expensive per square...

Igor Elukov: The Book of Miracles

Says Igor: The series is titled after the Augsburg Book of Miracles, a 16th century German illustrated manuscript listing the supernatural phenomena from the Flood to the time of the book’s completion. The events described in the manuscript reveal the involvement of God in the human world. In contrast, I...