In his practice, Tamás Páll’s explores emergent world-systems, non-human technologies, performative spaces and experimental role-playing. Páll is interested in new forms of collective world-building and computational simulation as a prefigurative practice via the concept of “Xenorealit,” the emergent and temporary realities between fiction and primary reality.
Tamás Páll has exhibited work at panke.gallery, Berlin; MeetFactory, Prague; and Victoria and Albert Museum, London, among others.
Residents from Hungary
Sam Keogh works with collage, drawing, sculpture, performance and installation. He builds intricate environments with idiosyncratic detail in which he hosts live performances. Keogh’s performances interweave research on diverse topics into meandering semi-fictional monologues that make surprising connections between political movements, biological processes, archaeology, housing, science fiction, or pop cultural phenomena.
Sam Keogh has exhibited work at Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art, London; The Centre Pompidou, Paris; and Lyon Contemporary Art Biennale, among others.
Residents from Ireland
Rafał Żarski is a multimedia artist interested in exploring the after effects of contemporary labour systems including exhaustion, powerlessness, and leisure. He mixes fiction and scientific research to find connections between activities of everyday life with global socio-economical mechanisms.
Rafał Żarski has exhibited work at Łęctwo Gallery, Poznań; G99 Gallery, Brno; and Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw, among others.rafalzarski.blogspot.com