Veit Stratmann's work essentially rests upon questioning: can an artistic gesture be based on the notions of choice, of decision-making, of the posture of those who encounter the artwork ? If political action originates in the act of making a choice, can an encounter with art generate a permanent oscillation between a political and an artistic gesture?
Veit Stratmann's personal history is also at the root of his work and it has undoubtedly conditioned the social issues that underline his line of questioning. He moved to France in 1981. This displacement of his personal “territory” and focal point from a general sense of “belonging” (in Germany) to an acute awareness of “not belonging” (in France) reoriented his perception of space, territory, separation and belonging. He began to explore the possibilities of influencing his space without actually modifying it. Becoming aware of the limits of his space brought about questioning: how can the limits be made permeable? How can the interstices be used? How can these territories be adjusted, modified, transformed?
The range of Veit Stratmann's artistic preoccupations is anchored in this socio-cultural and spatial questioning. Yet his line of questioning enters the sphere of “art” only when there is exchange with others – as many others as possible. This naturally pulls his artistic action towards the « polis » – public space (not the political space but the space of politics). This is where decision and choice-making, negotiation, stance-taking, limitations and borders take form and make sense.
Veit Stratmann has studied at the Staaliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Düsseldorf and the Haute Ecole des Arts du Rhin, Strasbourg. He also studied Art History and Political Sciences at the Albert Ludwigs Universität, Freiburg, Germany. He was a fellow of the Institut des Hautes Etudes en Arts Plastiques, directed by Pontus Hulten. He currently teaches at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Lyon, France.
Veit Stratmann has shown widely and internationaly.
A dance performance artist who juggles with the alchemy of, space, feelings and wastes within living and non-living bodies. Winnie creates practices in site specific spaces whereby boundaries between spectator and performer can be dissolved and redefined in the felt presence of immediate experience. Her works allow for digression, change and transformation through open dialogues and collective intuition in experimental settings. Winnie’s on-going interests/research include practicing empathy, making telepathic performances and conversing with plants and objects. Her durational and site specific works and performances have appeared in Europe (Germany, Sweden, Finland), Canada (Calgary, Montreal) and U.S. (Austin, New York City, Philadelphia).
A dancer and artist based in Stockholm. For the passed 4 years, they have worked for Cullbergbaletten, during which time they have had the privilege of working with Cristian Duarte, Trajal Harrell, Deborah Hay, Stina Nyberg and Jefta van Dinther. They are also a proud member of the performance collective TOGETHER ALONE, have worked closely with Frédéric Gies on several projects and sometimes go by the name WOMANLY PANTHER. Additionally, Samuel is an amateur tattoo artist, DJ, writer, a student of the School for Body-Mind Centering and a member of The Faculty of Astrological Studies, London.
Born England 1946.
1964-1969 Hammersmith College of Art, London. St Martins School of Art, London , Royal
College of Art, London.
Selected Solo Exhibitions:
2018 Bombas Gens Centre D’Art, Valencia (forthcoming)
2014 Villa Merkel, Esslingen.
2013 Regional d'art Contemporain, Sete
2012 Ikon Gallery, Birmingham.
2002 Tate Britain, London.
2001 Museu de Serralves,Porto.
1990 National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.
1985 Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven.
1975 Kunstmuseum Basel.
1969 Konrad Fischer, Dusseldorf;
Catalogues by Hamish Fulton include:
‘El Camino .Rutas Cortas Por La Peninsula Iberica’ .Published in 2008 [the catalogue
includes two coast to coast walks, from and to Porto in 2001 and 2004.]
On February 2, 1967, Hamish Fulton made his first ‘artwalk’, with fellow students from St
Martins in central London out to the countryside.
After completing a walk of over a thousand miles in 1973, Fulton has committed himself to
making art only about the experience of particular walks.
In 1977, to counter being wrongly categorised as a 'Land Artist', Hamish Fulton coined the
term, 'Walking Artist’. Since the early seventies, the artist has completed approximately
2,500 full days of walking.
Hamish Fulton believes that the experience of walking
(n. 1971) Apresentou nos últimos sete anos uma série de solos autobiográficos: “Dentro das palavras”, “Av. dos Bons Amigos”, “Canções i comentários”, “A Grande Dívida – ciclo de conferências”, “Conquista de Ceuta” e “Trabalho Precário”. Neles faz o retrato da vida privada da sua geração. Usando este modelo autobiográfico, dirigiu ainda o jovem amador de origem moçambicana Luís Mucauro no solo “Medo a caminho”. Em 2016 apresentou “Judite” (no Teatro Nacional D. Maria II) e, já em 2017, “Assembleia” – peça em que o público é convocado para debater assuntos que interessam à comunidade. Em 2006-2009 concentrou o seu trabalho na Roménia, onde dirigiu, entre outras, as peças de grupo “Atât de frageda”, “Follow that summer”, e os ciclos de improvisações “Acum totsi impreuna” e “Rui”. Mais recentemente, tem desenvolvido projectos pedagógicos, como a oficina de teatro “Agora, faz tu!”, com incidência em métodos de trabalho, construção dramatúrgica, autonomia criativa e tomadas de decisão em tempo real. Escreveu também “Ester” para o programa de teatro juvenil Panos, da Culturgest. O seu trabalho ronda a fronteira entre o espaço privado e o espaço público, os temas da memória, da fragilidade, da manipulação e da transparência. Nos últimos 16 anos, trabalhou em peças de João Fiadeiro (estreou-se com “O que eu sou não fui sozinho”, em 2000), Miguel Pereira, Ana Borralho-João Galante, Farid Fairuz/Mihai Mihalcea, Manuel Pelmus, Brynjar Bandlien, Mihaela Dancs, Madalina Dan, Edi Gabia e, mais recentemente, as revelações Sofia Dinger, Urândia Aragão e Elmano Sancho. Também trabalhou com Tonan Quito na encenação de “Fé, Caridade, Esperança”, em que reescreveu parcialmente o texto de Odon von Horvath a partir de testemunhos dos amadores que participaram no espectáculo. Para cinema, escreveu os guiões de “O capacete dourado” e “Morrer como um homem”, participou como actor em “A Cara que mereces”, foi jornalista, programador de cinema, crítico musical e de literatura no jornal Público e no Jornal de Sintra. Organizou e editou “Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker em Lisboa” e escreveu “Ingredientes do Mundo Perfeito”, sobre a obra teatral de Tiago Rodrigues.
Born in Viseu, 1962. Concluded Painting / Visual Arts Studies at Porto Visual Arts University in 1987 (ESBAP). Assistant teacher at Porto Visual Arts University (FBAUP). As a student at ESBAP, was co-founder of Grupo Missionário: organized nacional and internacional exhibitions of painting, mail art and performance. Took part of various performance festivals since 1982. Was author and radio program presenter escolhe um dedo e atmosfera reduzida at xfm between 1995 and 1996. In 1992, for the ocasion of Mute ... life exhibition, founded the multimedia collective Mute Life dept. [MLd]. Started sound production in 1992, participated in concerts, performances and music publishing / record producing in Portugal and abroad. Co-founder and one of multidisciplinary nad digital sound project @c. Founder member of record media label Crónica. Works in cenography since 2003. Exhibits individual and regularly since 1981. Participats in inumerous collective exhibitions in Portugal and abroad since the early 80’s. His work is presneted in museums, public collections, and private. Lives and works in Porto.
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She is cross-disciplinary artist who creates objects for personal encounters. Her subject is the body in relation to textile, performance, and community-building. Her oeuvre ranges from film-making over costume design and drawings to an artists’ book and visual performances, e.g. at ZKM or Centre Pompidou. Her work is regularly seen at HAU Berlin, where, most recently, she was part of Unacknowledged Loss.
Hill is a member of the artist group Supernova, which formed around the interdisciplinary performance Sketches/Notebook, originally conceived by frequent collaborator Meg Stuart. As a costume designer, she is commissioned by the likes of choreographer William Forsythe or the New York based ensemble The Wooster Group and has contributed to artists’ films by Michaël Borremans and Boris Achour.
In the ‘90s, Claudia moved to NYC from Germany for a 3-months dance program and ended up staying for 13 years. There she began to build her career as a designer and to present her collections in diverse multi-media events during New York Fashion Week and in Japan with a wide range of artistic collaborations. Since 2008 she is based in Berlin.
Based in Lisbon, Ricardo Jacinto has been building, in articulation with his activity as a sound/visual artist, a career as a cellist with regular activity in the field of improvised and experimental music, marked by an approach of meticulous exploration around the timbre potentialities of the instrument and its relation to space.
He collaborates regularly with saxophonist Nuno Torres in CACTO and is a member of THE SELVA, HARMONIES, PINKDRAFT, PHONOPTICON and LISBON FREEDOM UNIT. Among the numerous collaborations with other musicians are: C Spencer Yeh, David Maranha, Jean Luc-Guionnet, Helena Espvall, Manuel Mota, @C, Angélica Salvi, Luis Lopes, Norberto Lobo, Pascal Niggenkemper, Ernesto Rodrigues, Susana Santos Silva, Rodrigo Pinheiro or Shiori Usui.
He presented his work in concerts, exhibitions and performances all over Europe. His music is edited by Clean Feed, Shhpuma Records and Creative Sources. He is currently a researcher at the Sonic Arts Research Center at Queen’s University in Belfast.
His installation work has been presented in several contemporary art venues in Portugal and Europe: 10th Architecture Venice Biennale, Projet Room CCB_Lisboa, MUDAM_Luxemburgo , Centro Cultural Gulbenkian_Paris , Manifesta 08_Roveretto, Loraine Frac- Metz, OK CENTRE_Linz, CHIADO 8_Culturgest_Lisbon and Casa da Música_Porto, among others. Has played
in different music venues in Portugal and abroad: Teatro Maria Matos / Lisboa, Palais de Tokyo / Paris, SARC / Belfast , Fundação de Serralves / Porto, Festival VERBO / São Paulo , Festival Temps d’Images / Lisboa, Theatro Circo / Braga, Culturgest / Porto e Lisboa, ZDB / Lisboa, Ausland_Berlin, Kabinett 0047_Oslo , Stadtgarden / Koln, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian / Paris, Sonoscopia_Porto, among others.
Aeron Bergman (born Detroit, USA) and Alejandra Salinas (born La Rioja, Spain) are an artist duo living in Portland, Oregon. The pair founded the artist-run space Institute for New Connotative Action: INCA and the independent art publisher INCA Press. They have lived in New York, Toronto, Detroit, London, Barcelona, Gothenburg, Oslo, Seattle, and are currently based in Portland.
Aeron Bergman and Alejandra Salinas have shown work internationally at institutions such as the 4th Athens Biennale; 1st Bergen Assembly Triennial; 2007 Turku Biennial; 1st Struer Tracks Sound Art Biennial; Steirischer Herbst 2013, Graz; Fundação de Serralves, Porto; Eastside Projects, Birmingham, UK; Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna; ICC Tokyo; IASPIS, Stockholm; Lincoln Center and DAC in New York City; e-flux and Berlin Film Festival in Berlin; Center for Contemporary Art Glasgow; Edinburgh Film Festival and Dundee Contemporary Art in Scotland; MOCA Novi Sad; Taipei Fine Art Museum; Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven; Centre George Pompidou and Palais de Tokyo in Paris; IMO and Nikolaj Kunsthal in Copenhagen; Henie Onstad Art Center, Kunstnernes Hus and 0047 in Oslo, MUDAM Luxembourg; Ruler and HIAP in Helsinki; The Luminary, St Louis, and the Ski Club, Milwaukee among many others. Their sound art has been broadcast on radio such as the BBC and Resonance FM, in London; WDR Cologne; R2 Madrid; SV2 Stockholm; Radio France; CBC Canada; WFMU New York; and Taipei Philharmonic Radio. The pair won an award of distinction in digital music at the Prix Ars Electronica in Linz, Austria.
A composer and artist, trained as a cellist, has broaden his practice in various music genders from electronics to conceptual music, as well within the visual arts field, performance, cinema and theater. He is a member of Kapital Band 1, Nicholas Desamory, Telebossa and Rydberg, among other projects. As curator, promotes music on artistic contexts in collaboration with Berlin Documentary Forum e a décima Shangai Biennale. His pieces and projects have been created in various art places, institutions and events worldwide, incluiding as such Volksbühne, MaerzMuzik and Haus der Kultur der Welt (Berlim), Fundação de Serralves (Porto), Hangar Bicocca (Milão), CK3 Novisad and Documenta14 Radio/Savvy Funk.
She is an intermedia artist with a focus on sound and video. She is currently a PhD Research Fellow in Artistic Studies with a concentration on sound studies, sound design in time-based media, and soundscape ecology at the Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Her current practice and research project is titled, Wayback Sound Machine: Sound through time, space, and place (http://www.mailecolbert.com/proj-wayback.html), and asks what we might gather from sounding the past. She has exhibited, screened, and performed around the globe.
You can view, read, and listen to more of her work at www.mailecolbert.com
A sound artist from Lisbon. Is a founder member of Binaural/Nodar, a cultural association establish in 2004 and dedicated to promotion of participatory artistic projects and context-specific in rural on the mountains of Gralheira, Viseu district. Rui Costa has performed and exhibited his work regularly in Portugal, Spain, Italy and USA. Collaborates with multimedia artist Maile Colbert and teaches workshops regularly of sound art.