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Interview with David Schiesser

First of all, could you tell us a bit about your practice, please? All of my works usually start on small sheets of paper. Often with a few previous ideas or topics in mind, I draw in sessions for a few hours. The result is principally the base, which I might transfer onto different medias. […]

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Interview with Tom Król

To begin with, can you tell us a bit about your practice, please? I’m a painter. But I feel my work cannot be limited to the space of the canvas. I try to observe my surroundings, always attentive to collect found footage, both imagery and text in my environment. The next step is to decontextualize […]

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Interview with Malte Zenses

Malte Zenses is a Berlin based artist, who studies at the Hochschule für Gestaltung, Offenbach and the Academy of fine arts in Düsseldorf. His work is a constant personal reflection of places and emotions in time, playing with specially developed tags, signs and language. Sending the viewer on a journey of its own, creating a […]

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Interview with Yves Scherer

Yves Scherer is a Swiss born, New York based artist, holding a BA in Sciences of Culture from the University of Lucerne and a MA in Sculpture from London’s Royal College of Art. His work is a constant play with private and public codes – intertwining personal experiences from the everyday life with a fascination […]

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Interview with Andy Boot

Andy Boot (*1987) is an Australian Artist, living and working in Vienna. His oeuvre evolves around the Duchampian question whether it is possible to make an image that is not an image, of what constitutes an image today, in a world with constant overload of information and images through media such as first and foremost […]

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Interview with Michael Sailstorfer

Can you tell us about your practice please? At the beginning, it is always sculpture as a medium which is in the focus: what sculpture can be. Then, what matters is finding the idea one wants to realize, and how to translate it into the right materials. Air Jordan 3 Uomo I believe the idea […]

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Talking Tuesday – Benedikte Bjerre

Benedikte Bjerre is a Danish artist, living and working between Copenhagen and Frankfurt. She holds a BA degree in Sociology from the University of Copenhagen and completed six years of study at the HfBK Städelschule, Frankfurt with Prof. Simon Starling and Prof. Peter Fischli. Her work is informed by profound research of sociological and socio-economical […]

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