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    • Macu Moran
    • Madrid / New York, Spain / USA
    • I'm interested in help evolving the multidimensional consciousness of the human being, through the expansion of the collective mental imagery that connect us with the source of 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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    • Rosee Camafreita
    • Miami, Florida, United States
    • I believe that seeing comes before words, my purpose has always been to share the way I see. My main theme is in creating strong and dramatic abstract images that I call 'Menacing Abstractions" because of their dark and mysterious nature. I use a camera as an artistic medium and a tool for experimentation. Lately being inspired by my images, I began to paint in acrylics, which has led to a new way of experimentation with this medium. Rather than recreating my photographs on canvas, I aim to express their essence in order to capture their power. .

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    • Khalil Charif
    • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    • All forms of artistic expression.

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    • Neno Belchev
    • Varna, Bulgaria
    • I am a multidisciplinary artist, who believes the most important thing being an artist is to have freedom of thinking. When I work, I try to understand the way, how we, the humans, perceive the world. How we interact with our surrounding environment. Based on this, my last works have been realized on way, representing the idea on many layers, arranged in multiple levels; from the shallow to the deepest, and which can be understood in many different ways.


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    • dcastell Castellanos Reyes
    • Bogotá, Colombia
    • Massive self & media created images make our bodies incorporate symbolic violence. These images are silent but saturate us through time. Nowadays, when the body and old institutions are falling apart; the age of accumulation is becoming omnipresent due to a virtual self-revolution by subjects and users of new technologies and media. The boundaries of the body are being pushed in a way that reality seems blurred and incomprehensible. Daniel Castellanos is a multimedia artist. He works with spirituality: reading and showing messages coming afloat; not in the media used but in the perversion of the matter. The way he does it is by intuition, humor and spiritual approach to everyday life. Some of the media he uses are Drawing, Photography, NEON signs Video and Video Installation (as a way to incorporate the human condition in to media) and others.

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    • zoltan Enevold
    • Madrid, Spain
    • Documentary / Experimental / Photography

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    • Anna Gimein
    • Madrid / New York, Spain / US
    • dance, movement, the human body, the human mind


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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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    • Antonio Alvarado
    • Madrid, España
    • My interests artistiscs develop within the new technologies preferably using electronic tools. The isolation, chaos, weakness and strength, along with the inter-machine and man are the main themes of my work.

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    • Pier Giorgio De Pinto
    • Bellinzona, Switzerland
    • Pier Giorgio De Pinto is a transdisciplinary artist, a performer, a curator, a theorist and a media trainer. De Pinto strongly uses new media as a “thinking medium” in which involves the audience, creating performative experiences and immersive environments. His projects usually involve others – musicians, choreographers and artists – from different cultural backgrounds, styles and identity genres. These collaborations enable De Pinto to undertake new and radical experimental projects, capable of stimulating discussion about stereotypes and prejudices, asking awkward questions in the areas of culture, politics and religion.

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    • Ted Delano
    • New York-Madrid, USA-SPAIN
    • Seeing the essence of things

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    • Las CasiCasiotone LCC
    • Gijón, Spain
    • LCC are two artists from Asturias, north of Spain. They work in different projects within the experimental electronic music, audiovisuals arts and educational. Website: lascasicasiotone.blogspot.com

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    • Lars Buchardt
    • Copenhagen, Denmark
    • Text on two videos: The Future Does Not Need Us and Nobody Is Interested In The Future THE PRESENT, AT THE VERY MOST? To project the present into the future? It is a question whether this is at all possible, for who can perceive the present? The present, or this very moment, is not one point, but many. Connecting the points is not an option, as an objective place from which everything can be seen does not exist, and it would take time, and even the time passed will cause the points always and already to be blown far back and away from each other, and in a number that means check mate to all powers of imagination and computation. One could suppose that what is projected is in fact the past, a certain ‘past’, mind you, that which enjoys historical consensus in a certain milieu, and in a certain place, a certain time, the idiosyncratic past, the apocryphal past, the insane one. Something, without any doubt, that is shattered and distorted and awash with fantasies, wishful thinking, and fear. Bearing this in mind, it is hardly necessary to contend that science fiction, futurology, and prophecies allways and at the very most enlightens the future with a light that is tainted by fantasies about the past and the present; it is not the future that is presented. We therefore face a strange, undulating mirror, awash with dark places and irregularities reeling in and out of focus. Lars Buchardt, 2011 ALLERHØJST NUTIDEN? At projicere nutiden ind i fremtiden? Det er et spørgsmål om dette overhovedet er muligt, for hvem kan opfatte nutiden? Nutiden, eller dette øjeblik, er ikke et punkt, men mange. At forbinde punkterne er ikke muligt, for der findes ikke et objektivt sted hvorfra alt kan ses, og det ville tage tid, og alene den forløbne tid forårssager at punkterne altid og allerede er blæst langt bagud, langt væk fra hinanden, og i et antal der sætter al forestillings- og regnekraft mat. Det kan tænkes at det der projiceres i virkeligheden er fortiden, vel at mærke en bestemt ´fortid´, den der nyder historisk konsensus i et givent miljø, et givent sted, en given tid, den idiosynkratiske fortid, den apokryffe fortid, den sindssyge. Uden nogen tvivl noget der er splintret og fortegnet, og fuld af fantasier, ønskeforestillinger og angst. Med dette in mente, er det overflødigt at hævde at science fiction og fremtidsforskning og profetier altid og allerhøjst oplyser fremtiden med et lys der er farvet af fantasier om nutid og fortid; det er ikke fremtiden der gengives. Det er derfor et mærkeligt, bølgende spejl vi står foran, fuld af mørke steder og besynderlige uregelmæssigheder sejlende ind og ud af fokus. Lars Buchardt, 2011

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    • Tom Skipp
    • Madrid, Spain
    • I create springboards for meaning. Visual narratives into which the viewer can dive. My website is http://www.estrellasonora.com


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    • Nia Pushkarova
    • Sofia, Bulgaria
    • I am interested in everything and nothing