Rachel Monosov – The Blind Leader
Rachel Monosov’s work is characterised by a great diversity of media. She uses her performances, photographs, videos and sculptures as a means to artistically explore social and political phenomena.
Christian Falsnaes – SOLO
Christian Falsnaes’ works are brought to life when they are activated by the audience. More and more often the visitors are the sole protagonists of his works. The artist withdraws as a protagonist and develops concepts that others execute. In this context, he is interested in questions of authority and hierarchy, social rituals and group dynamics, in both art and daily life.
Begüm Erciyas – Voicing Pieces
In Voicing Pieces, the visitor’s voice becomes a protagonist in the enactment. In the intimacy of a booth, visitors are led by a simple score.
Gisèle Gonon – Work With Us
Gisèle Gonon works in diverse media, often combining sculpture, drawings, video and sound. She is especially interested in the forms, colours, functions and social context from which a medium emerges.
Dries Verhoeven – Songs for Thomas Piketty
Dries Verhoeven works at the intersection between performance and installation, seeking to complicate the relationship between viewers, performers, real-life situations and art.
Simnikiwe Buhlungu – Rolling-A-Joint
In her video work Rolling-A-Joint: Revisiting Spike Lee, Simnikiwe Buhlungu playfully creates audiovisual montages by combining spoken and written words with sound.
Nora Turato – THANKS, I HATE IT!
Language is the central theme of Nora Turato’s performances, videos and wall works. She writes and performs spoken-word poems, interweaving text fragments from advertising slogans and everyday communication, and reflecting the language and textual culture of the present day.
Laure Prouvost – Metal Man and Woman
Laure Prouvost creates intermedial installations that move between fiction and reality. Whether her works take the form of film, video, sound or sculpture, they always have strong narratives.
David Shrigley – The Artist
David Shrigley uses humour and brutal honesty as artistic means. His drawings, paintings and animated films are often based on an interaction between the image and the text, while his sculptures, sound installations and interventions in public spaces combine striking visual force with subtle jokes.
Isabel Lewis feat. Dirk Bell – Gazebo
Gazebo (even if) 2020 invites you to entrust yourself to the architecture, to get involved, but above all to experience the space intuitively. Isabel Lewis wants to seduce her audience even when she is not there.
Hannah Weinberger – We Didn't Want To Leave
Hannah Weinberger develops spaces of experiences, sound and video installations, that she conceives as complete compositions. we didn’t want to leave is constantly changing. An algorithm produces an endless series of new sounds. Unique each time, they resound in the space and cannot be reproduced.
Simon Fujiwara – Empathy I
Simon Fujiwara engages with the images and narratives of our time. What kind of content shapes our everyday visual culture, how do we consume, and how do we communicate with the aid of different media? He is especially interested in the stories and strategies that individuals and societies use to define themselves and form their identities.
Raphaela Vogel combines different, often contradictory media and art genres in a virtuoso manner. Her installations bring together objects and sculptures with videos in which she often appears herself, sings or plays the piano.