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.
Markéta Dlouhá is a Czech artist whose work focuses on personal narratives and ecology through the creation of books, graphics, poetry, drawings, embroidery and light installations. Her eco-friendly approach to art involves upcycling and recycling materials, including making paper from old clothes, plant fibers and waste paper. She also uses ecological printing inks and experiments with natural pigments that she collects herself.
Nikola Ivanov is an intermedia artist based in Prague working mainly with photography, video, and graphic design. His work deals with the issue of temporality, historical memory, and biopolitics and is often inspired by social sciences. Nikola’s long-term project focuses on how modernity and technologies have changed the nighttime understanding. The key term for this […]
Natalia Revko is an independent curator and contemporary art researcher. She is focusing on the underground conceptual art practices of the 1980s and the origin of the first contemporary art institutions and curation approaches in independent Ukraine in the 1990s. This area of interest arose from her experiences working as an archivist at the Museum of Odesa Modern Art. For now, she continues the research independently, collecting oral stories and digitizing artists’ archives.
Olena Pronkina (*1988) was born in Tashkent (Uzbekistan) and grew up in Kyiv (Ukraine). In 2013 she received a Master’s degree in Monumental Arts from the Kyiv State Institute of Decorative Applied Arts and Design named after Mychailo Boichuk.