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Melanie Windl

Born in Schwandorf, Bavaria and based in Saarbruecken, Germany, artist Melanie Windl creates site-specific, large-scale installations that incorporate expressions of spatiality with sound, light, interaction, and object. Working at the intersection of analog and digital art, Melanie Windl‘s projects are equally informed by the investigation of new technologies and materials. The multimodality of her work …

José Moñú

José Moñú is a painter whose practice is inspired by a wide range of influences ranging from 20th-century titans such as Francis Bacon and Jean-Michel Basquiat to the writings of the British philosopher Richard Wollheim on mind and emotions especially as related to painting. Moñu creates large format and boldly colored works that mainly focus …

Kara Springer

Kara Springer is an artist based between New York and Toronto.  She is particularly concerned with armature — the underlying structure that holds the flesh of a body in place. She works with photography, sculpture, and site-specific interventions to explore systems of care and structural support through engagement with architecture, urban infrastructure, and systems of institutional …

Judit Kis

Judit Kis is the winner of the 2020 Acax Leopold Bloom Young Visual Art Award. Her video performances and virtual diaries reflect on the experiences and traumas that shape identities, personal boundaries and behavioral patterns. Kis explores the possibility to integrate healing rituals in her practice through experiments with sculpture and the digital engagement of her …

Peter Erik Lopez

Peter Erik Lopez is a painter and recent graduate of the Transart Institute for Creative Research. His medium of choice is oil on canvas. He started with portraiture but realized his primary interest in painting people was hearing their stories as he worked: it was narrative and personal histories that attracted him. This initiated a …

Shotiko Aptsiauri

Known for his monumental installations and paintings with different materials and contexts, poetic investigation into the architectural, Political and archaic structures Shotiko Aptsiauri has successfully united different mediums and complexities into his own art practice. He is using time and contexts as a working medium. Exhibiting in public spaces, making illegal architectural occupations, working with …

Endri Dani

Endri Dani is the winner of the 2019 Ardhje Award. Trained as a painter, Dani incorporates found objects, artefacts of ordinary life, references to Albanian history and collective memories in his predominantly photographic, video and installation-based works. He focuses on the predicaments of local identity in the era of globalization and its underlying paradoxes, particularly as …

Damir Sobota

Damir Sobota is the winner of the 2020 Radoslav Putar Award. His paintings, collages and objects synthesize various traditions of geometric abstraction. He participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions, including the Radoslav Putar Award exhibition at Salon Galić, Split (2020), Known Unknowns at Westpol A.I.R. space, Leipzig (2019), HT Award show at Zagreb Museum of Contemporary Art (2018), Tokamachi Central Community Center in Tokamachi, …

Whoop Dee Doo

Whoop Dee Doo is an artist-led project that creates ambitious installations and live performances as collaborations with community groups. Since 2006, Whoop Dee Doo has created over 45 large-scale commissioned projects for organizations including SFMOMA, The Smart Museum, Loyal (Sweden), POP Montreal, The Contemporary (Baltimore), and Knockdown Center (Queens), and upcoming with Fort Mason Center …

Ligel Lambert

Ligel Lambert is an American (Haitian born), New York based interdisciplinary contemporary artist, educator, graphic & web designer. His practice now consists mainly of paintings, collages, and mixed media works. Ligel’s work engages with an on-going exploration of issues of identity, (consideration the idea of “self”) and pop culture that examining the intersectionality of race, …