Delphine Coindet

Taking sculpture as the focus of her artistic research, French Artist Delphine Coindet engages herself in a non-ceasing reinvention of contemporary sculpture. In the interview, Delphine Coindet shared with us the notions of reality and representation in contemporary sculpture and her interests in natural primary elements as a counterpart of the humankind in the hierarchy of classification of things.

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Dora Garcia – Disruption of the Real

The Spanish artist, Dora García (*1965, Valladolid), employs for one of her core artistic strategies the disruption of the real and of the conventions that determine both the traditional exhibition of art and some of our everyday behaviours. By questioning the public’s expectations, she re-examines the parameters that define the nature of the artistic experience.

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Guillaume Leblon

French artist Guillaume Leblon (*1971) creates site-specific installations, sculptures, videos and works on paper which transform our perception of the space and its function. Through a sort of staged presentation of his work, he charges his objects with metaphorical meanings, introducing a certain uneasiness that affects and stimulates our perception.

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Angel Vergara – Feuilleton

For many years, the work of the Belgian artist Angel Vergara (*1958, Mieres, Spain) has used different media such as drawing, video, installation and performance, allowing him to explore and broaden the limitations of painting both from an aesthetic and socio-political perspective. His more recent works make use of film and video and it is…

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Attila Csorgo – Between Art and Science

Attila Csörgö (*1965 in Budapest) is among one of the best-known Hungarian artists whose work has featured in prominent international exhibitions. His works explore the relationship between a plane, space and time. He uses art as a means to accompany the viewer into the world of science. In the interview, Attila Csörgö talked about his project in Atelier Calder and his artistic practices.

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Aurelien Froment

The young French artist Aurélien Froment (*1976, Angers) is an explorer of the semantic power of images. The question for him is “how do we look at an image?” Interpretation is subjective, meaning is never fixed, what one sees is not what the others see. Thus, in his work, images and gestures and objects are…

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