Anton Kats is an artist and musician. Kats’ practice derives from informal everyday relationships and takes form of installations, performances, sound and radio interventions, and learning sites. He is concerned with the interplay between pragmatic and aesthetic dimensions of his practice.
Anton Kats’ works have been exhibited and performed in the Serpentine Galleries, Tate Modern, The Showroom, all London; Bergen Kunsthall; 10th Berlin Biennale; Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; and documenta 14, Athens and Kassel.antonkats.net
Residents from Germany
Rund Alarabi’s practice examines the traces left behind by humans and the interplay between people and space. Alarabi is interested in exploring the similarities and juxtapositions found throughout different eras and how alternate realities can emerge through collage. She also questions the fate of personal archives and highlights the importance of personal documentation and the rippling effect it holds on our histories throughout her work.
Rund Alarabi has exhibited work at Athr Gallery, Jeddah, among other places.
Maria Meinild is an artist working primarily in video. Alongside her use of the moving-image, she creates installations and objects both separate and in relation to the screen. In her works, she combines methods from the worlds of film and theatre with investigations of the staging of everyday life, patterns of social behaviour, and our ideas of normality.