Kristian Nemeth’s work offers a reflection and critique of the Christian Church and how it operates in the context of twenty-first-century democracy. The artist focuses on its hidden mechanisms and contradictions, secrecy, the unconfessed sins of those who serve as its official representatives, and the injustice suffered by those affected by these actions.
Kristian Nemeth has exhibited work at Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava; Museum of Moscow; and Czech Center New York, among others.
Residents from Belgium
Anita Fuchs creates photography and installations inspired by the meaning and symbolism of plants. Her projects begin with an actionist approach; road trips for plantlet smuggling, counting oak leaves in the research station, transporting trees from France to Austria, or cultivating fields.The artist attempts to address current social issues such as climate change, migration, history, global economies, and politics.
Anita Fuchs has exhibited work at Kunsthaus Wien; Belvedere 21; and Kunsthaus Graz, all in Austria, among others.anitafuchs.at
Residents from Austria
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.