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Agnieszka Kryst

Agnieszka Kryst

Agnieszka Kryst is a dancer and a choreographer. She is a scholarship holder of the Alternative Dance Academy 2013/Art Station Foundation by Grażyna Kulczyk. She has been a laureate of the GPS/Global Practice Sharing study exchange program conducted by Movement Research in New York in cooperation with the Institute of Music and Dance and the Art Stations Foundation. In her choreographic and performative practice, she explores the theme of relationships and issues related to the policy of affection, femininity and sensuality.

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Katarzyna Perlak

Katarzyna Perlak

Katarzyna Perlak is a mixed media artist, working with video, performance, sound, and sculptural forms. Her background is in Philosophy, which she studied in Poland and Fine Art Media that she has studied in UK. She has been living and working in London for the past thirteen years. Katarzyna’s practice is socially focused. In particular she engages with intersectional narratives concerning women, migrant and queer histories. Currently she explores the potentiality of affect as a tool for registering and archiving current and past historical moments. katarzynaperlak.com Insta: @kat_perlak

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Filipe Afonso

Filipe Afonso

Filipe Afonso’s work explores different modes of mediation (technology, media, art, tourism, religion, politics and economy) between humans and what they see, hear, think and feel. Influenced by the way human beings interact with technology and how our access to images is being transformed, his work, even if it sometimes can be focused on a character, speaks of global and universal meanings for contemporary anxieties produced in these forms of mediation. Currently based in Paris and studied Cinema in Lisbon and Prague. He has shown his work, curated or collaborated - among others - with the...

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Jos McKain

Jos McKain

Jos McKain (b. 1984) is a intersectional artist trained in cinema, dance and working predominately in the context of liminal performance based visual arts. He has been a primary collaborator on works that have been shown at MOMA PS1, MOCA Los Angeles, Hammer Museum, Leopold Museum, Centre Pompidou and FIAC. Trained as an actor dancer and filmmaker, he was located in Los Angeles for the past 13 years, immigrating to Berlin in 2017. He makes performances and texts focusing on multi-modal meditative media based methodology to transplant media saturation through catharsis. Restructuring...

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Jos McKain / Tadeusz Kantor House in Hucisko 2017
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Eleni Bagaki

Eleni Bagaki

Eleni Bagaki (b. 1979, Crete) holds a Master’s in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins, London. Recent solo shows include: A book, a film, and a soundtrack, Radio Athènes, Athens (2017); Economy Class, Signal, Malmö (2016–2017); Now you see me, oh now you don’t, New Studio, London (2015–2016); Crack, Crack, Pop, Pop…Oh What a Relief It Is!, Radio Athènes, Athens (2015). Selected group exhibitions include: Vilniaus kontekstai, invited by Valentinas Klimašauskas, Vilnius (2017); Millennial Feminisms, L’Inconnue gallery, Montreal (2017); The Equilibrists, organized by the New Museum, New York and...

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Eleni Bagaki / Tadeusz Kantor House in Hucisko 2017
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Niklas Roy

Niklas Roy

Niklas Roy (b. 1974), a graduate of visual communications at the University of the Arts in Berlin, uses art in order to explore technology. The outcome of his research are mechanical sculptures, electric machines, interactive performances and electronic devices. Before concentrating on making art, he worked as director, as 3D animator and as visual effect supervisor for several international film productions. Niklas is the founder of Royrobotiks and he is a founding member of the “Gruppe für Servicekunst und Dekorationsgestaltung”. He lives and works in Berlin. www.niklasroy.com

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