Why look at birds?
I tried to use images to construct and describe a state of people’s living plight. The work involves the relationship between screens, humans and animals, trying to use some symbolism and metaphor to explore the potential problems buried in human history, memory and environment in daily life.
How do you catch the soul of a forest? Through her use of natural pigments and soil from the forest, Briggs strives to create an artwork inspired by the sense of connection one feels from being in nature. For Transference TV, Briggs brings to us the tangible aspects of making a painting through her short film, using the digital realm to enhance the sensory experience of painting.
Jannat Hussain is a London-based multidisciplinary artist who currently works at the intersection of performance, sculpture and video. She sites self-research to familiarize the space between internal realities and outward expression while translating personal emotive responses. The interim show features her sculptural performance ‘Obstacles of Intimacy’ where she explores the struggle to be at one with herself.
Micaela McLucas is a Los Angeles-born London based multi-disciplinary artist known for her colorful work that engages with light, video, photography, music, found footage, and performance. She is interested in how we explore otherness, and our collective experiences within these spaces.
I am Francesco Felletti, currently living and studying in Rome. I often work collectively, using digital video throughout a variety of technological devices: from VR and AR to social network platforms.
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‘The Third Bank of the River’: Distance, time, and silence in art practices.
What’s the noise of the image? What’s the texture of sound? What’s my desire projection in art practice? I imaging there is a river we named it ‘time,’ one side of the river is audio, the other is visual. Between audio and visual, both are representative for means, but how far is a distance to the third bank?
Pati Starzykowski is a multidisciplinary artist researching at the intersection of art, biology, and physics. Interested in our intimate and mediated relationship with the vegetal and the elemental: subtle or violent, forces of nature, environmental conditions and ecosystems.