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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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    • soniqid Schulte
    • Cologne, Germany and worldwide
    • media arts, expanded media performance, contemporary art forms, sonic architecture, intermedia performances

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    • slavnedev Nedev
    • Sofia, Bulgaria
    • I see a work of art as a kind of dream, a matter, which in its silent vagueness conveys what sometimes clear conceptual thinking cannot communicate and is otherwise inexpressible. Paradoxically the most important think in a visual work of art – its spirit – is actually invisible. I always need to get involved emotionally and mentally with a subject in order to start exploring it through the means of art. Usually such involvement results in a series of works that often evolve through the years. However the things I am interested in are the idea, the principle, the type, and the relationship between man and environment. In this sense, even when I paint concrete objects, I am an abstract artist, as far as “to abstract” means to remove or subsume concrete details with the purpose of reaching a more general idea.


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    • yohann walter
    • -, -
    • Yohann Walter' s visual and new media work widely explores tales, cultural heritage and landscape, their values and emotive impacts, questioning their role and connection through images and narrations. From photography and motion pictures to installations and sound, his sensitive approach proposes a walking through symbols and contemplative stagings. Illustrator and video-director as well, he is regularly exhibiting worldwide, teaching in universities and schools, collaborating with cultural organizations, designers and musicians on commissioned and volunteer projects.

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    • sergito Bacao
    • Bratislava, Slovakia
    • During his studies at Sculpture studio of Jozef Jankovič, Sergio attended several sculpture exhibitions and symposiums. After completing his Masters in Oporto and returning to Slovakia, he switched to painting, drawing and collage. He combines disparate elements inserting objects into paintings (e.g. chips in 'Senhorita Batata Frita') or cut out pictures from the packaging and promotional items symbolizing the consumption. The chocolate boy has become a typical feature of Bacao. In several paintings resonate the topic of commercial culture and its criticism, as the author himself has said - we are surrounded by a commercial world which makes us very vulnerable (eg 'Vulnerability'). However, Sergio comments this world rather than directly criticizing it. His pictures are rather witty allusions to bind to the object of desire which can be a simple chocolate. The blond boy with a sweet smile in his face has become the logo of his works which he can cut out ten copies for one collage. Multiplication is the mean for propagation of commercial items and Sergio shows it now ironically. His smiles are a caricature of the 'american' smile and joy and parodies the material sufficiency. Irony does not abandon him even in other pictures when 'One for all and all for one' shows a whole family with the same face sitting in front of the TV that shows the one same face and on the right side a plant grows the one same face, or when a beauty of the Ads is shown as 'Meat'. Some works are much more personal and arose because of events that happened in Sergio's life. '3o tomate, 3.vajce, 3rd ball' is a game with different denominations of the male testes in various languages (Slovak, Portuguese and English) but it was painted due to an unpleasant disease personally experienced. 'Amor (Love)' – this painting might explain the cause of his staying in Slovakia: a slightly ironic diptych representing two deformed figures surrounded by a very hearted cardiac image. In the painting 'Seven years in Slovakia', the Slovak flag appears sewn to the Portuguese in which Sérgio's silhouette shines through. It is a symbolic image representing the two homes of Sergio. The sculptural objects are a return to the beginnings but dominant in the Sergio's production became the funny and ironic collage-comments to things around him and a collection of personal records. The exhibited is also a kind of playing with forms and experiments where the Sculptor is sometimes acting foolish but always through very refreshing creations.

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    • Zoran Dragelj
    • Vancouver, Canada
    • An award-winning auteur filmmaker with mélange of talents like music video and film director, graphic designer, and artist, Zoran remains indefinable and remains dedicated to the aspiration of leaving his mark in the world of motion pictures.

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    • Victor Syrnev
    • Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
    • I am inspired by wildlife and sorcery of ancient masters. Creation of ornaments, it is always a dialogue between a material and an idea. Metal – it is a living and spiritual partner, it participates in work, introduces the corrective amendments and is the co-author


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    • Lacey Hawkinson
    • Kansas City, United States
    • I desire to take my classical training in sculpture and marry it with film. Forcing a conjunction between antiquity and modernity.

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    • Katie Peyton
    • New York, USA
    • Katie Peyton is a New York based artist. Over the past decade, Katie has created a her own language in drawing, sculpture and literature that embraces a philosophy referencing the forces of creation and destruction as well as the ancient kitenic traditions dating back to 24,000 BC.

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    • Greg Schenk
    • Los Angeles, USA
    • My work directly addresses the function of art in the emerging post petroleum era. Through persistent experimentation with material and process I explore the perceived boundaries of art making; and I have found that process equals politic. Each work is the sum of all interactions accrued in it’s formation, and thus a social and economic ritual as well as construction. My concepts are reified in graphics, paintings and sculpture. Graphics include all printed materials, web published images, rich media and text. The obvious subject is color; with hyper-saturated paintings I assail the fallacies of oil painting, primarily through process. These coexist in my oeuvre with interactive sculptures/games that are at once objects and social nexus; combining a tactile personal experience with shared communications in a larger community. Underlying all, I am interested in how change is effected through incremental advances, color, and methods of control..

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    • Mauricio Sanhueza
    • Lima, Peru
    • My special interest is to experiment with new ways of narrative in the field of video and experimetal short film. In the other hand i work with silk screen print to aproach new ways of comunicate with the masses.

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    • david ellis
    • provincetown, usa
    • film making, experimental short video, super 8 film making, photography, alternative capture, constructing cameras, pinhole photography, box camera photography, Polaroid, low tech photography, digital deconstruction, using out-of-date film and materials, antiques, collecting vintage photography.....just about anything experimental! Barcelona!

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    • Konstantin Kornakov
    • Moscow, Russia
    • Mission: Modern art proclaims the ideas of freedom and innovation. But in reality it is in captivity of the same subjective, moral and aesthetic dogma that influences a person many centuries. Initially the humanity chose a set of several aesthetic codes, took a step into the tunnel of a one-way movement, maneuvered there depending on circumstances, ruling opinion and necessity. The humanity created and developed its own aesthetic stamps based on religious, ethnic and social grounds. Within the bounds of those aesthetic codes the mankind developed self-perfection, immersion to details, craftsmen mastery. The artist sees his mission in returning the initial understanding of art and aesthetics as an absolute consent with impossibility of their absence in the world and in every human act. Every person has sense organs for a constant appreciation of beauty and harmony of our world and yourself inside it. And taking this assertion into consideration the author tries to research the aesthetic codes in things that historically nobody found aesthetic, tries to cast a look at this world as a wise, artistically experienced stranger who perceives this world with a new fresh sight. The objects of a research are things of natural origin that are already inseparably bound into one indivisible world. The author is interested in display of objects and events, in absence of early acquired aesthetic codes complex of human influence. In other words the artist explores things that initially were not influenced by a human or this influence was accidental and did not care the ancient aesthetic tradition. The author is interested not only the visual world but also in audible and tactile. He explores texture and rhythmical interaction of surfaces, accidental tectonic compositions, and interim changes of nature as a majority of insufficiently explored aesthetic codes. Such things undoubtedly fragmentally display in life and art but only as a trend not turned into a world outlook model or a logical concept (liking for uncontrolled textures in art and design, hidden camera video, video made by a subjective camera in filmmaking, experiments in music and architecture).

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    • Ivonne Navas
    • Mexico, Distrito Federal, Mexico, Distrito Federal
    • reconstruct realities. transcode the thought and emotions. audiovisuals as an extended part of my mind. expanded intuition. we are our memory

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    • pagaga garcía
    • leon, spain
    • Change our experience requires first of all expand the reality, and that's what makes Paul Garcia altering, complicating,and perhaps traumatizing, the desire to create.

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    • espadaysantacruz studio espadaysantacruz studio
    • Madrid, Spain
    • Espadaysantacruz Studio is a creation and management of interactive and visual projects collective based in Madrid since 2008. Our goal is the development of artistic practices associated with new technologies. We are focused on the research and application of new technologies for interactive software, multimedia installations, mapping projects, augmented reality and data visualization. We believe in new technologies as a means for the development of visual metaphors that give the public an experience based on utopia. The studio is composed by three professionals from the audiovisual creation, new media, photography and cultural management.

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    • J-F Vergel
    • New York, United States
    • Photographer, musician, writer, chef, son, brother, husband...

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    • Andrea Ebro Barbarossa - www.andreaebrobarbarossa.net - info@andreaebrobarbarossa.net
    • Fabriano (An), Italy
    • Breve biografia di “Ebro” Andrea Barbarossa, in arte “Ebro”, nasce a Ginevra nel Luglio del 1967. Più tardi, con la famiglia, torna a Fabriano dove dal 1982 frequenta l’ Istituto Statale d’ Arte sezione della grafica e della fotografia. Irrequieto, prolifico e insoddisfatto del clima culturale che lo circonda, dopo gli obblighi di leva si trasferisce a Milano dove ben presto entra nel vivo del dibattito sociale e artistico. Nel 1991, incoraggiato dal Critico Nicola Tedesco e dall’ Architetto Claudio Clementi decide di “farsi avanti” alla grande critica presentando il proprio lavoro. Conosce così molti Maestri dell’ Arte Italiana con i quali stringe legami di amicizia e di collaborazione creativa. Nello stesso anno inizia ad approfondire la propria esperienza professionale collaborando con alcune agenzie di grafica pubblicitaria e con prestigiosi studi di designer e di architettura tra i quali lo Studio Architetti Associati Farnese di Milano. Alla fine del 1991 entra a far parte del V.I.E. (Venture Innocent Exil) Multiart dove sempre più profonda è la contaminazione con le realtà creative legate al mondo della comunicazione multimediale che lo proiettano verso opere sempre più legate all’ uso, spesso sperimentale, delle nuove tecnologie. Nel 1992 lavora alla realizzazione della rivista d’ Arte e Cultura “Il cappello sulla folla” di cui diventa responsabile artistico. Arricchito dalle grandi esperienze multimediali milanesi e romane, impegnato a collaborare con realtà sempre più vicine alla video arte, sposta la sua attenzione, per un periodo, verso altre esperienze creative e nel 1994 dopo una breve collaborazione con la Rassegna Nazionale Teatro della Scuola di Serra S. Quirico si avvicina alle realtà teatrali, molto distanti dalle esperienze maturate negli ambienti multimediali, Infatti il teatro, non lo allontana dalle produzioni video e nel 1996 per l’ Aquili Audiovisivi di Roma crea e dirige la realizzazione di spot televisivi indirizzati al mercato turistico russo e video-promo per il mercato nazionale. Innumerevoli le presenze di Ebro dal 1991 al 1999 nel panorama dell’ Arte con mostre di sculture ed istallazioni multimediali e performance: da “Il Campo dell’ Arte”- Festival dei due Mondi di Spoleto a “Urbano Effimero” - San Remo, da “L’ ira di Miriam”-Cetona a “Combines”- Milano. Alla fine del 1999 tornato a Fabriano decide di riprovare con il teatro e proprio sul palco del Teatro Gentile matura l’esperienza tecnica necessaria per tessere una rete di collaborazioni con le principali realtà nazionali legate al teatro e alla musica. Nel 2001 costituisce la Media & Media e nel 2005 l’ Area Service traghettando Ebro nel settore degli allestimenti audio, video e luci. Da allora ha partecipato alla realizzazione tecnica di molti allestimenti e tournèe, al fianco dei più grandi e rappresentativi artisti del panorama teatrale e musicale, per le maggiori produzioni tra le quali: Compagnia della Rancia, Ballandi Entertainment, Fox&Gold, Fidia Film e Il Sistina. Molte altre le collaborazioni tecniche che lo hanno visto sui palchi di diversi teatri italiani con i maggiori spettacoli prodotti e con i grandi del panorama illuminotecnico nazionale. Numerosi i contributi tecnici e creativi condivisi con alcuni Maestri contemporanei del calibro dei M° Mimmo e Armando Cattarinich e del M° Mario Sasso e altrettanto numerosi sono gli spettacoli e gli eventi le cui luci portano la firma di Andrea Barbarossa. Le esperienze maturate nei circuiti multimediali, prima, e negli ambiti legati all’ uso creativo della luce, poi, hanno sviluppato, nella ricerca artistica di Ebro, la creazione di opere dove la componente video è sempre più predominante tanto da produrre realizzazioni esclusivamente legate alla video arte. Considerato dalla Critica internazionale uno dei protagonisti emergenti dell’ Arte contemporanea, Ebro, con le sue Opere video, negli ultimi anni ha raggiunto traguardi prestigiosi tanto che i più importati eventi d’Arte e gallerie internazionali hanno ospitato le sue Opere con riconoscimenti e premi. Presenze recenti: - New York City - Producing Censoship Celeste Prize 2011 - Milano - Producing Censoship – Celeste Prize 2011 - Lecce - AMG Video Gallery 2011 – 2012 - Venezia (Nappe Arsenale)– 6th Arte Laguna Prize 2012 - ("Exil [o-nì-ri-co]"di Ebro, Opera finalista) - Roma (Filmstudio) – ViDay 2012 rassegna di Videoarte e del Cortometraggio - Roma (Galleria M4- Macro) – Inquinati 2012 - Roma (Spazio Casa d’ Aste Bloomsbury Auctions – Palazzo Odescalchi ) – 1 Art day 2012 - Venezia - Art Night Venezia 2012 Telecom Futur Centre - Arte Laguna Prize 2012 - Civitanova alta – Ebro for Giò Rondas Popsophia 2012 - New York City - Art Takes Times Square 2012 www.andreaebrobarbarossa.net www.areaservice.org