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    • plamenart Yordanov
    • Chicago, USA
    • I share the idea of an art that creates new reality instead of offering its conventional model. I want to provoke the birth of view that goes beyond the boundary of reality itself. Viewpoints which stress an order that exists "a priory" in nature and can be developed again and again… Aspect that makes the work to exist as a signal, giving the onlooker a chance to go deep into his/her life experience and mind. Universal signals to which the individual responds in a unique manner and creates his/her own reality.

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    • David Anthony Sant
    • London, U.K.
    • Every film I create is an attempt to innovatively explore the visual language of the moving image. My approach to film making can best be described as Extemporaneous Film Making.

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    • Susanne Wiegner
    • Munich, Germany
    • I create 3d-Computeranimations dealing with literature and virtual space

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    • Heidi Stokes
    • LONDON, UK
    • Heidi Stokes is an artist living and working in London. She was born in Devon, England. Heidi completed an MA in fine Art at Central Saint Martins in London in 2001.She works in digital media, primarily animation. She has exhibited internationally and nationally. Most recently been selected for Animacall 2011 Thessaloniki (Greece), Cologne OFF IIV International video art film festival and recently screened at the rich mix cinema Bethnal green, London.


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    • Patricia Reis
    • Lisbon, Portugal
    • As an artist my conceptual interests began with the relationship between the (self )-representation and photographic technology. Crossing the boundary to the digital territory of photography and video, I inevitably started to question the medium as an interface between realities and bodies. I realized that each medium, furthermore the computational medium, transforms the message, therefore the way we perceive it. My statement is that we’ve been living surrounded by images/ representations and we’ve developed the anxiety of being one of them, we want to cross our own physical boundaries and exist on a two-dimensional surface: the screen. As (inter)actors we’re submitting ourselves everyday to the digitalization experience, we’re being in and out-puts without questioning the process in-between.

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    • Marianne Csaky
    • Brussels, Belgium
    • Marianne Csaky, a Hungarian-born artist currently lives and works in Brussels, and spent longer periods of time in Korea and in China as a resident artist exhibiting her work, teaching at universities and holding presentations. In 2012 she was invited to hold a solo show at VOLTA New York. She works with different media: photo, video, painting, sculpture, embroidery and installation. Trained in arts as well as cultural anthropology and literature. After completing her M.A. she studied multimedia design/development and video art. Since the very start of her career Csaky has been known for her non-mainstream forms of expression, her unconventional and provocative images. She has exhibited widely and her work is represented in various public and private collections, including the collection of the Institute of Contemporary Art Dunaujvaros (Hungary), Lila and Gilbert Silverman (Detroit, USA), Yoko Ono (New York, USA) and Arturo Schwarz (Milan, Italy).


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    • Kathy Rose
    • N.Y., USA
    • interdisciplinary performance, installation, projection design

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    • Simon Rodes
    • Madrid, Spain
    • "Tener la capacidad de absorber cada detalle, cada sentimiento y luego poder transmitirlos, crear formas que expresen sensaciones" www.momiaquescribe.blogspot.com