For the coming years I want to build up on my research named ‘Also-Space’. This I want to do by looking into art-practices in mainly the Benelux and South-East Asia. It is important not to give an exotic view on Southeast Asian art practice. It is better to find similarities in practices here in the Benelux and there.
Robbie Coleman and Jo Hodges have a shared multidisciplinary public arts practice. Robbie Coleman has a background in sculpture and live art; project manages large-scale public arts projects and is Co- Director of the D-LUX light festival and co-curator The Environmental Arts Festival Scotland. Jo Hodges has a background in Human Ecology and social justice. Jointly their work investigates ecological and socio-cultural systems, processes and relationships, and explores new strategies for working in the public space.
I am creating my works by events, tours and records of performances and statues about '' Expansion of body by materialization of body ''. I intervene in nature, human groups and social system, and consider how each human should be in community, and practice how wide we can expand our body (not only outside, but also inside). Through these practices, I think we can re-measure gigantic affairs as human scale.
Nuutti Koskinen (1975) is a Finnish media artist working with video installations and animation. He graduated from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in 2011. In addition to fine arts he studied philosophy and feminist theory and worked as a graphic designer. Nuutti works in Helsinki, Finland. His works are compositions of animation, photography and video, often projected on sculputured spaces and objects. For the viewer they offer a stage-like experience, while
Madhu Das (India) lives and works in Mumbai. His artistic practice incorporate multi-disciplinary expressions; focuses on investigating social and political issues by getting close to landscape, both physically and psychologically, the work traverses between fact and fiction, dealing with the projection of identity onto the social and natural world: in a way that the two are woven together in the space.
Artist statement:Parag’s artistic practice emerges from what He encounter and see around him, from his immediate surroundings and the scenery He is familiar with, as thinker how He intervene into these spaces and forms in contemporary times. He often draws inspiration from — and make use of —simple, quotidian objects from his childhood. His works highlights the changes that have taken place over the last few decades within his community.
Feng-Tsung Chan was born in 1980 in Miaoli, Taiwan. He received his MFA Fine Arts degree from School of Visual Arts, New York in 2013 and currently lives and works in Taichung and Miaoli. His installation and sculpture is a party of materials, a recurring play from frenetic improvisation to contemplative slowdown. Unpredictably juxtaposing found, ready-made, and natural materials, his intuitive process explores the flow of energy and the reincarnation of materials exploited by humans.