In his work Malte Bartsch combines childish naivety with technical refinement. He tries to solve the questionable position of the given truth. His installations work with physical laws but also dissolve them.
Malte Bartsch has exhibited work at Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin; Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin, Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg, among others.
Residents from Germany
Zai Nomura describes his work as a kind of “indecisive point” between death and life. His abstract work drifts between artificial and natural, sculpture and photography, and static and dynamic. According to Nomura, this kind of indecisiveness is based on the ephemerality and vulnerability of the Japanese environment in relation to natural disasters and nuclear experiences.
Residents from Japan
Ede Raadik is a feminist conceptual artist who, for the past three years, has been working with socially stigmatized topics like dysfunctional menstrual cycle, reproduction, abortion, menopause, sexual and mental abuse, trauma recovery, and mental health.