Frieder Weiss

Frieder Weiss is a Berlin based video and installation artist and an expert in realtime computing and interactive computer systems in performance art. He is the author of video motion sensing software especially designed for use with dance, music and computer art.

Gianfranco Meggiato

Gianfranco Meggiato was born in Venice in 1963, where he has attended the “Istituto Statale d’Arte” art college for five years, studying stone, bronze, wood and pottery sculpture.

Harry Adams

Harry Adams is the pseudonym used to present the collaborative work of artists Adam Wood and Steve Lowe.

Julius Kerscher

Mathematics has an extensiveness, in fact it is a whole universe full of lively ideas.

Karen Lakar

The tremendous, strong, archaic statuaries and sculptures made of bronze, wood and plaster, with their curves and a militant mimicry, paired with the seeming elegance of fantasy objects, sometimes wish to vanish into the air at the surface.

Kiki Fleming

Kiki Fleming is a skilled cosmopolitan painter who clearly displays an ability to interpret subtle expression of thought, to stimulate the imagination and to spur new emotions.

Kirill Chelushkin

As a true creator and founder and as a Renaissance man, Kirill Chelushkin reveals his various talents through his creative work.

Konstantin Khudyakov

«Artistic styles and masterpieces of the past have a high value and may be a source of inspiration. But I am sure that such inspiration must be handled very carefully as it can lead in the wrong direction. An artist should trust the sense of time; time, which is known to consist of the past, present, and future. Deep in my mind I am, apparently, a futurist».– Konstantin Khudyakov

Mirjam Appelhof

After first practicing art disciplines like dance, writing, drawing, painting, Mirjam finally found a way to transform her inner emotions best. For a long time she was taking pictures, registrations of images.

Rita Adam


Taisia Korotkova

Taisia Korotkova (Moscow, 1980) is a Russian painter. Two works from the Reproduction series were awarded the Kandinsky Prize in December 2010 in the young artists’ nomination. Korotkova has had solo exhibitions in Berlin and London. She has also participated in numerous group exhibitions, including Swedish Family (Uppsala) and the 4th Moscow Biennale (2011).

William Alsop

Professor William Alsop is one of British most prominent architects and is a respected artist.