At the edge of the virtual and the real world, I explored the needle lace technic. With a QR code, made from nylon and polyester threads and iron wire, I propose to connect
past and present, handcraft and digital technology, longtime work and instantaneity. To bring a substance to an interface. Enter to explore it with me.
My practice revolves around themes of belonging, as a way of contextualising my existence through investigations of the convergence of spirituality and physicality. I am working to create imaginary landscapes, tracing memories on the canvas from experiences of the past, in search for meaning in the present.
This website is about my dream. I have problems with sleeping. I do meditations or drink alcohol while I cannot fall asleep. For me, those are the mediums that I
can communicate with my soul. I felt that my brain works more effectively when I sleep.
Dialogue is an online exchange of images of physical artwork between two artists: Sophia Cakova and Shivani Mathur. Each of us reflects on how the pandemic and lockdown situation influences us. We decode the language of art to create our own language and a beautiful online
Alberte Agerskov is questioning our perception of time, reality and history, by drawing lines between magic, human and non-human, and by decoding, or recoding the presence of something universally shared. Her thoughts are embodied in whatever material used, the place it comes from, and the place it will become part of.
I am a multidisciplinary artist, interested in human and non-human sounds and their cross-modal perception to unravel their intimate relationship. Through my art practice, I aim to communicate complex information and ideas to people, and to create a tangible impact on them. I use science as evidential support to my artworks, and art along with technology as a medium of expression.
I created this piece after having numerous nights of intense and peculiar dreams, this is leading on from a series I did last summer named ‘Dream Diaries’. Due to the pandemic and a national lockdown, it sent my dreams into a spiral of bizarre scenarios. I decided to write them down every morning and then reconstruct.