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 discourse between the digital […]


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 for […]


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 phenomena. […]


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. I believe the idea determines the means and […]


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 the […]


Interview with Simon Senn


Simon Senn is a Swiss artist, who mainly works with video. His films deal with human behavior and patterns of interaction. His explorations of group dynamics and individual responses take place in contexts defined by the artist, including an artist’s talk, a friend’s bedroom and a South African housing project. Through his deliberately candid filming […]


Interview with Hynek Martinec

Zuzana in Paris Studio, 2006-07. Acrylic on canvas, 130 x 110 cm

Hynek Martinec is a Czech artist, living and working in London, UK. His paintings are ambitious statements about time, spirituality and the nature of reality. Hynek Martinec’s hyperrealist images combine a deep commitment to the history of painting with a very personal understanding of the contemporary situation and reflect an extraordinary set of traditional painting skills. […]