Felix Kindermann’s work addresses the relationship between humans and their environment, inter-human communication, and the relationship between individuality and collectivity through sculpture, sound art, performance, photography, video, and printmaking. By (de)constructing and (re)assembling objects, architectures and languages, Kindermann examines reciprocity. The artist is interested by the physical, mental, and social dimensions of the human body, which he reflects by assembling self-reflexive entities from fragmented parts.
Felix Kindermann has exhibited work at Museum Ludwig and Simultanhalle, Cologne; KANAL- Centre Pompidou, Brussels; and Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent, among others.
Residents from Belgium
Evelyn Plaschg’s works explore the body as it transitions between mediated staging and raw emotion. Her paintings are based on stills from smartphone videos in which the body serves as a platform for psychological as well as social states.
Evelyn Plaschg has exhibited work at Kunstverein Bremerhaven, Germany; Kunstverein Nürnberg, Germany; and Gallery Layr, Austria, among others.
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