Eunju Hong (*1993) lives and works between Germany and South Korea. She explores the impact of technology on society and human beings, viewing it as an organ that could be contamination and death drive, desire, prosthetic and a letter from a daughter to her mom.
Asztrid Csatlós (*1992) is a Hungarian artist who works mainly with painting. Her work focuses on the correlations between visual arts and natural sciences, between the present, the past and the future, and on the parallels between fiction and utopias. Her works are often polyphonic, and she likes to combine interdisciplinary work with classical painterly thinking.
Nóra Szabó is a Hungarian artist from Debrecen who is currently pursuing her PhD at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in Budapest. Szabó focuses on the representation of the human body in the context of technological advances, combining traditional techniques such as plaster casting with digital media such as 3D printing.
Bruno del Giudice (*1987) is an artist and graphic designer from Chaco, Argentine. Currently, he is based in Madrid, Spain. He studied at the Universidad Nacional del Nordeste in Argentine and attended several workshops focusing on photography, art direction, and audiovisual direction and was a part of an art workshop “Estonoesunacademia” under the guidance of Diego Figueroa.
Amaia Molinet (*1988) lives and works in Bilbao, Spain and in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. In her artistic practice, she focuses on expanded photography, addressing the relationship between territory and identity, and highlighting the symbolism of the features of landscape.
Anna Kryvenko is a visual artist and film director from Ukraine, who is a graduate of the Center for Audiovisual Studies at the Faculty of Film and Television at FAMU in Prague. Anna’s artistic practice moves in the border zone between hybrid cinematography and contemporary art intended to be exhibited in a gallery. All her works are related to topics such as home, Ukraine, war or revolutions in cyberspace. All of this is connected by one view of the world through memory, whether historical or personal.