Valentýna Janů’s suggestive installations often combine video work and immersive environments made from fabrics and other objects. They playfully address contemporary existential questions around technology, patriarchal systems and climate change. She is interested in exploring the relationships between the individuals’ daily struggle and the condition of a globalized world.
Valentýna Janů has exhibited work at National Gallery Prague, Czech Republic; Futura Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague, Czech Republic; and EXILE Gallery, Wien, Austria, among others.
Residents from Czech Republic
Mia Raadik is a conceptual feminist artist whose work challenges social norms and highlights their underlying causes.
Mia Raadik has exhibited work at The Naked Island Project Space, Tallinn; Tallinn Art Hall; Kogo Gallery, Tartu, all Estonia, among others.
Residents from Estonia
Alona Rodeh’s cross-disciplinary practice includes creating immersive environments that combine movement through light and sound, public art projects, sculpture, video works, publishing, and more. Fueled by an interest in the material cultures that shape the built environment, her work focuses on the omnipresence of artificial illumination in the public sphere and its influence on humans and non-humans alike.
Alona Rodeh has exhibited work at Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel; Salzburg Art Association, Austria; and Kunstpalais Erlangen, Germany, among others.