Natalia Carrus, L. Sasha Gora, Kylie King, Tobias Nolte, Svenja Schüffler, Iza Tarasewicz, Kalliopi Tsipni-Kolaza, Arne Vogelgesang, Shannon Werle
Natalia Carrus is a French-Argentinian artist living in Milan. Packarting Plastic is an experimental art project that seeks to raise consciousness for a shift in consumption attitudes through art objects.
To the biography ofL. Sasha Gora
Kylie King is an American artist living in Rhode Island. You Can´t Photograph The Future is a video installation that questions our visual understanding of the immense problem of environmental destruction.
Tobias Nolte is a German architect living in Cambridge (USA) and Berlin. For Mine the Scrap, he has developed a software for the analysis of Big Data, which he aims to use to recycle disparate pieces of construction waste in order to design and assemble spatial structures.
Svenja Schüffler is a German artist and geologist living in Berlin. Installing Seismic Risk of Istanbul aims to visualize and discuss the seismic risk of Istanbul from an art-science perspective in the form of a real-time simulation.
Iza Tarasewicz is a Polish artist living in Białystok and Berlin and various other territories. In Tracing a Path, she plans to construct a continually adjusting obstacle course as a site for embodied knowledge, activity and encounter.
Kalliopi Tsipni-Kolaza is a Greek curator living in London and Athens. Rave-olutions explores a music scene that has recently emerged among young Palestinians on both sides of the Green Line.
Shannon Werle is an American artist based in Hanover (USA). In The Sound of Buildings, she examines the different amplitudes of Berlin based on recorded data taken from her interactions with buildings in the city.
Arne Vogelgesang is a German artist living in Berlin. Mirror Stage combines the use of contemporary technologies of human representation with questions of national identity.