Christian Schwarzwald works primarily with drawing, which he regards as an all-encompassing and unrestricted medium. Schwarzwald creates installations that envelop the audience by combining architecture, plants, objects, faces, and patterns, among other things. He develops an encyclopedic world of drawing using an analytical approach that confronts and analyzes our contemporary society.
Christian Schwarzwald has exhibited work at MAK – Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna; MUCA Roma, Mexico City; and Museum für Gegenwart Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, among others.
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Residents from Austria
Coralie Vogelaar is a multidisciplinary artist who combines social science with her artistic practice. By viewing the human body from a machine-cognitive perspective, Vogelaar explores the relationship between humans and technology. She creates performances and multimedia installations in collaboration with experts from various disciplines such as data analysis, choreography, and sound design.
Coralie Vogelaar has exhibited work at Stedelijk Museum, The Netherlands; HeK (House of electronic Arts), Switzerland; and Photographers’ Gallery London, England, among others.coralievogelaar.com
Residents from The Netherlands
Sandra Mujinga uses speculative fiction in the Afrofuturist tradition to investigate economies of visibility and disappearance. Her works examine questions of self-representation, preservation, appearance, and opacity through an interdisciplinary approach in which she typically reverses established identity politics of presence. Mujinga’s works deviate from a completely anthropocentric approach to understanding the ephemeral world we now occupy; as a result, the artist draws inspiration in how animals create survival tactics and adapt to hostile surroundings.
Sandra Mujinga has exhibited work at Museum of Modern Art, New York; Venice Biennale, Venice; and Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, among others.