With meditative and mantric monologues, musical performances and installations rich in materials, Scottish artist Mariechen Danz seeks the knowledge and power contained inside each human body.
Through a combination of video and performances, Dutch artist Aernout Mik decomposes social structures and turns them into uncertain and fragile gatherings full of potential and violence.
From Estonia, Kris Lemsalu brings us into a world of provocative transformations enacted through sensual, sexual, comical performances and sculptures.
Always playful and engaging to the senses, the work of french artist Vincent Olinet revolves around fantasies and child stories, with a bittersweet tone of happiness and melancholy.
A researcher of experiences and ways of being as much as an artist, Dineo Seshee Bopape from South Africa creates fragile sculptural installations that often incorporate videos, lights and other electronica.
New Zealand artist Dane Mitchell interrogates the realm of the invisible through conceptual, scientific and paranormal means.
Surrounded by nostalgic hand painted backgrounds, the masked characters of Australian artist Jacqui Stockdale celebrate the power of dreams and fantasies.
The collaboration between American artists and designers, Caleb Owen Everitt and Ryan Rhodes known as Land investigates the timelessness and mystery of signs.
Berlinde De Bruyckere, from Belgium, has become a well-known artist because of her masterful use of wax, wool and horse skin to create her work.
American artist Nick van Woert offers a diverse and voluminous exploration of sculpture, you can see his whole body of work at his homepage. As the museum doors opened there came a…
Annette Messager is a French visual artist. In 2005 she won the Golden Lion Award at the Venice Biennale for her artwork at the French Pavilion and this year she won the…
Yvan Guillo, aka Yvang is behind Samplerman, a beautiful Tumblr made of vintage comics collages.