Community - ARTISTS
Multidisciplinary artist, photographer, and designer.
His body of work is a result of tentatives that explore the performativity of sculptures.
Through the succession of different layers, structures and textures forms, Meijburg turns the canvas into a landscape in an almost physical sense, observing the stratification that typifies a landscape.
Based in Barcelona, in Moroni's research, she is interested in revealing the similarities of form between nature and the cultural environment, by investigating the concordances and analogies between disparate environments.
INÊS R. AMADO
Amado’s work spans several media: sculpture, video, site-specific installation, and performance with a particular interest in interdisciplinary, collaboration, and participatory projects through a process of dialogue, interaction, and exchange.
Tejedo's practice aims of promoting art in a different way, taking advantage of the resources that nature gives us by combining them together to find new and innovative uses.
Visual artist. Her research-based work translates the everyday lives of her subjects into constellations of drawings and sculptures, commonly utilizing both ceramics and found material.
The french artist based in Barcelona approaches the fundamental ambiguity of life by juxtaposing tender and violent imagery.
By working in different scales, from monumental sculptures to little elaborated detailed figures, Lapage reflects her desire to connect to her multicultural background. She appropriates and manipulates objects that transform into personal collages and sculptural assemblages.
Téllez work has its roots in three places: her experience inhabiting a violent body, her process of reconciliation with it, and transgressing the processes of denunciation and justice by the institutions.
Creatives - In - Residency 2021
Aya Eliav’s multi-media body of work is characterized by an intimate, reflective gaze. While dealing with a wide range of socio-political topics, her gaze isolates elements, objects, moments, looking into them, providing a personal interpretation.
Creating installations, creative learning projects and artist books – Lena Wurz uses these mediums to link emotional, architectural and social spaces. Her emphasis is on connecting herself to existing places and making connections and moments visible.
Japan-born, Los Angeles based artist with a background in traditional Japanese calligraphy.
His work comments upon notions of identity and connections with place. For Fraser the landscape is something is very important in his practice, the ability to evoke that sense of place.
Conceptual artist based in Berlin. Sandonis' work proposes a reflection on the current models of representation of collective memory.
JINUÑO (José Ignacio Nuño.E)
FONCA Residency 2019
His work is the product of a mix between classical and abstract painting. The result: a perfect balance between the meticulous work of realism in portraits and the ease that an abstract work represents.
The issues of space, material and affections are the central element of Gonçalves artistic research and subjects such as matter, movement and time are the devices. Going from drawing as a scientific methodology to drawing as an artistic investigation, he makes his work an act of reading and creating places.
JOSEPHINE LAU JESSEN
Jessen works in the interdisciplinary field of art and academia, focusing on how to communicate the crisis we are all facing, focusing on environmental ways of telling through film and photography and academic research.