Paolo Bini’s artistic research is an investigatory attempt to transform and re-appropriate the authentic notions of ‘the memory of an image’ as it adheres to the contemporary rhythms in the world around us. These images are formed as a pixilation of units. Usually marked out by a scanner or a plotter, the result is a succession of colored stripes that become a succinct and redefined translation of what came before.
Residents from Italy
With painting as her main medium Rusudan Melikishvili examines and explores themes and relations between subjects such as gender, body and femininity. Her works are based on some of humankind’s longlasting existential and psychological questions about birth, life, sexuality and mortality.
Rusudan Melikishvili has exhibited work at The Lviv National Art Gallery and the Hungarian National Museum, among others.
Residents from Denmark
Alicja Gaskon uses lines and maps to tell stories about conflict, borders, migration and identity. She uses mapping as a narrative process to investigate social and political spaces and networks. Her practice is research-based and ranges from painting and installation to video and performance. The works incorporate military maps, satellite images, and statistical data that are later translated into a reduced language based on the collected information.