Robert Gabris, a contemporary visual artist who has been living abroad for several years (Vienna), represents a specific offshoot of contemporary artists who have successfully established themselves beyond their homeland in terms of presentation, market and institutional activities.
Elisabeth Liselotte Kraus, born in Bamberg in 1992, studied Fine Arts at the Bauhaus University Weimar (2012-2017) and the Mimar Sinan University in Istanbul (2008-2009). She works in the fields of sculpturing, installation and performance, whereas her artistic focus is on painting. She takes various artistic paths, where there is always a high degree of experiment in her work.
Jagoda Dobecka (1991) is a Polish visual artist based in Wrocław who uses traditional media, such as painting, sculpture, video to talk about current political and social issues. In 2016 she graduated from the Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław at the Painting Faculty.
Tijana Radenković is a visual artist from Serbia, now living in Slovakia Bratislava. Her work is at the intersection of identity, body, bio-living systems and contemporary collections (wunderkammer). Radenković’s interests are focused towards examining the identity, problematization, function and perception of the human body, beauty and ideals.
Abel Korinsky (*1985) is a multimedia artist based in Berlin where together with his twin brother run Studio Korinsky. Through audio-visual installations and site-specific works, they are trying to provide a different experience demanding of all the senses.
Laura Leppert (*1993) is a visual artist, filmmaker and sculptor currently based in Berlin and Munich, Germany. During the residency at K.A.I.R. Košice Artist in Residence, Laura plans to work on her video project Haunted House, that deals with intertwined human and animal, bacterial and microorganic sensoriums, and their potential for collective sensing and storytelling.