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    • Antonio Ortuño
    • New York, USA
    • I express myself through single-channel video, video installation, and video combined with art. These are empathetic tools that help me better reflect circumstances that are otherwise hard to assimilate or understand, sometimes due to our own ignorance about ourselves, given the little interest we have in introspection or, simply, due to the fear of knowing how we actually are in our most intimate beings. In my case my work has always centred on video, videointalations, photo, drawings, boxes and objects which for me reflect more easily those sensations or feelings which are dificult to assimilate or undenstand because of our own ignorance or lack of experience. My idea is to continue working on artistics projects with this philosophy in mind and make the public feel those rich, pure sensations and help them reflect on their own emotional situation. Love, but also fear, pleasure, anguish, happiness, anxiety and doubt, among other emotions, all make up part of my work. I hope in some way to de-dramatize the situations and eliminate their aggressive tone, so that the viewer doesn't feel them directly, but rather reflects and understands their meaning, the reason for their existence.

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    • Juan José Acevedo
    • Berlin, Germany
    • My pictorial research consists basically in the development and construction of a non-representative objectivity of different materiality and scale, determined by the articulation of the compositional variables line, form and color.

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    • Alfonso Nogueroles
    • Madrid, Spain
    • In 2003 he founded A La Deriva, that produces his fiction, documentary and experimental shorts. Currently he alternates between the directing of commercial videos, his own projects and his collaboration with artist Cyprien Gaillard in pieces as “Dunepark” (Prix Marcel Duchamp, Paris 2010) and "Artefact" (Preis Für Junge Kunst, Berlin 2011) Lives and works in Madrid.

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    • Wolfgang Lehmann
    • Stockholm & Rümpel near Hamburg, Sweden & Germany
    • Film art Photography Art Music Literatur & Philosophy

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    • Fernando Velázquez
    • Sao Paulo, Brazil
    • Fernando Velázquez is a multimedia artist. He work with video, installations, interactive, objects and audiovisual performances. He is PhD candidate in Communication and Semiotics at PUC-SP, and participate in exhibitions as the Mercosul Biennale (Brazil, 2009), Mapping Festival (Switzerland, 2011), WRO Biennale (Poland, 2011) and the Pocket Film Festival at Centre Pompidou (Paris, 2007). His work was honored with several distinctions as the Sergio Motta Prize for Art and Technology (Brazil, 2009), Locative Media Arte.mov (Brazil, 2008) and Artificial Life (Spain, 2008) among others. He use to give courses and workshops in public and private institutions and non-profits or independent organizations. Nowadays he teach in a post graduation course at FAAP University, São Paulo, Brazil. Lives and work in Sao Paulo.

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    • Beate Gördes
    • Cologne, Germany
    • Photography, Video, Sound, Drawing, Painting, Object

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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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    • Zachary Finkelstein
    • Toronto, Canada
    • I am interested in objects, how they contain and project their emotional history, and how their representation can alter our perception.