Loving the dark, intense universe of Norwegian artist Hedi Xandt; his impressive sculptures are an amazing mix of styles and materials. “I believe in diversity. Coming from a creative family composed of painters, illustrators, draughtsmen and writers as well as skilled craftsmen, I grew up in an environment of creativity and tools.” – ” So, ever since the age of I-don’t-know-how-old-I-was-back-then, I have a strong affection not only towards creating artwork, but also a deep interest in the technologies that are used in the process.” Well, we can see that!
Hideyuki is mainly known for his photographs, the lucky people out there that went to “Out Of Focus” exhibition at Saathci Gallery in London know what I mean. but this time Hideyuki changes medium, creating incredible halftone photographs by drilling hundreds of small holes at variable widths into sheets of aluminum! Impressing!
Daniel has set up a long piece of rope which wants to represent a series of waves floating in the space, the rope, which creates the volume also simultaneously creates the sound by cutting through the air, making up a single element. The interactive structure responds to movement in both a visual and an audible manner.
His website here
After graduating from the Berlin University of the Arts in Visual Communication/Digital Media, Maiko has been working as an independent art director and image-maker since 2003.
The synthesis of diverse backgrounds is reflected in her expertise: she manufactures contemporary media beyond rigid disciplines, combining sculpting, 3D modeling, illustration and ideation for editorials, animations, spatial media and interactive environments.
Her website here
Dutch artist Rosa has extended her body work with their Nylon sculptures.These textural pieces capitalize on the medium used: stockings, which are tucked and moulded to create a distinctly human-like figure. The colours of the nylon fortify the anthropomorphic qualities of the work, which is manipulated in an organic fashion with drawing pins to create something strangely exotic
Korean artist Seo is interested in the human body, which he explores thought his sculptures. Human body cells become metallic cells as all Seo’s sculptures are made with chains which are weld together, the resulting pieces makes us think about connections between people, which are supposed to be placed on certain facets and coordinates no matter whether we want or not.
Emil is from Lima, Peru. He moved to Florida where he graduated from the State University getting his Magna Cum Laude in B.F.A. Emil’s sculptures explore the human body, they are often exaggerated and transformed revealing emotional and physical situations or to tell a story or an occurence. His main concerns is to main visible the interactions between limitation and potential.
His website here