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Nick & Chloé • Sep 2022

NICK & CHLOÉ‘s work is centered around youth. Whereas their early work focused on kids and their imaginary tales from childhood, their latest work is more marked by a deeper intimacy and empathy with their subjects. Their vivid, colourful portraits are a reflection of young adults searching for identity. Nick and Chloé’s work has been shown at the Hamburger Bahnhof and the Temporäre Kunsthalle in Berlin, BETC Magasins Generaux in Paris, The Gallery of Photography in Dublin and The V&A Museum in London.

Brea Souders • Oct 2019

Brea Souders has established herself as an artist approaching photography from a conceptual perspective. Her works function as experiments, or a physical acting out of an abstract concept or layered subject. Souders constructs visual “plays” on her ideas employing a particular palette and light-hearted tone, belying consideration of weighty and essential topics. Similarly, her well-known Film Electric project (Rekorder shows Hand, 2018 from this series) playfully derives from an accidental occurrence in her studio (fragments of her own negatives adhered with static-electricity to a plastic film sleeve) but hints at a conceptual overlay that turns her work into a visual referent for her own memories.

As with memory, she writes of the work,
“…certain slices come forward, and they intertwine with a lot of smaller sensory memories tied to color, light or shape. An entire day can be remembered as the way that the light caught someone’s hair, the particular pattern on a guitar strap, the shape of the moon that night, and so on”. Despite Souders’ preference for control over the creation of her images, her intuition is to always honor chance and the unknowable. She says of her work, “Illumination isn’t guaranteed”.

Brea Souders lives and works in New York.

Susi Sie • Aug 2019

Susi Sie is a Berlin-based artist whose work moves between the fields of art and science. She is on a mission to explore the physical and mathematical nature of unusual forms, substances and materials to show the hidden beauty and magic of our natural world that constantly surrounds us. Strictly applying analog techniques and refusing any computer animations or effects, Susi Sie’s haptic and detailed work is above all a highly personal study of the genuineness, perception and authenticity of things. Susi Sie’s work has been exhibited around the globe (New York, London, Paris, Rome, Sao Paulo, Norway) and won several awards at international film festivals. She does what she loves. And loves what she does.

Sasha Kurmaz • Feb 2019

Untitled, Series "Lost Youth", Sasha Kurmaz 2017

The interventions and photographic works of Sasha Kurmaz are disturbing, provocative and break the monotony of familiar modes of perception. For the artist, photography is not only an instrument to reflect and explain life, but also aims to explore the potential of art and thereby to change our understanding of society. Photography becomes a mediator, a link between artist and public, the starting point for something more important.

Sasha Kurmaz, born 1986 in Kiev, studied at the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture in Kiev and received his bachelor's degree in design in 2008. He began his artistic work as a graffiti artist. He has participated in numerous international group exhibitions and festivals, including the Ujazdowski Castle Center for Contemporary Art in Warsaw (2013), the Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe (2013), the Künstlerhaus Vienna (2014), the Saatchi Gallery in London (2015), and the Festival international de mode et de photographie in Hyères, France (2016). His works can be found in numerous international newspapers and magazines such as Foam, YET, Vice, Libération, Krytyka Polityczna, Bloomberg Businessweek and Rolling Stone. In 2015 he was awarded the ARTE Creative Award at the Düsseldorf Photo Weekend. 2016 in Berlin with Talents Awards from C/O Berlin. Sasha Kurmaz lives and works in Kiev.

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