Flurin Bisig explores various ways of working in drawing, collage, and sculpture using materials such as paper, wood, aluminum, and marble. His process of finding forms includes contemporary song lyrics, literature, contemplation of works from art history, observation of everyday movements, and architectonic constructions. Using photography, he expands his scope of impressions and creates an additional, concrete reference to the exterior world.
Flurin Bisig has exhibited work at TICK TACK, Antwerp; Grisons Museum of Fine Arts, Chur, Switzerland; and Kunstmuseum Luzern, Switzerland, among others.
Residents from Switzerland
Marta Krześlak uses video, collage, electrical components and found material to create kinetic and spatial installations. Her work constructs landscapes from both memory and imagination, while experimenting with scale and kitsch to renegotiate decisions already made within discarded objects, pushing them into the realm of the absurd. By putting her work in motion, she provokes a choreography of movements between object and visitor, creating an ever-shifting frame of reference through which to view the universe.
Marta Krześlak has exhibited work at Zachęta National Gallery Project Room, Warsaw; Gdansk City Gallery; and Muzeum of Art, Łódź, among others.martakrzeslak.com
Residents from Poland
Ittah Yoda is a duo formed by Kai Yoda and Virgile Ittah. Ittah Yoda have developed their artistic identity through the use of digital technology, which has served as a channel for cross-cultural creative collaborations. Their work takes the form of large generative and performative installations. Through haptic experience, they attempt attempt a therapeutic approach to reframe ways of communicating and living together in the dawn of symbiocene.
Ittah Yoda has exhibited work at Rencontres d’Arles, France; Grand Palais Ephemere, Paris; and Frieze Cork Street, London, among others.ittahyoda.com