Hanna Ilczyszyn is a young Polish painter living in Belgium. She was an MFA student at KASK in Gent, Be, and previously studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw, Pl. She has been exhibiting her work at solo and group shows in Taiwan, Japan, China, Austria, Belgium, Poland, Bulgaria, Spain, Holland and has been selling her work to collectors around the world.
She is one of the One to Watch artist by Saatchi Art, which promotes creators that are already gathering attention for their work. Her evocative paintings and drawings capture the innocence and uncertainties of childhood and are floating between past and present.
Recently her works were featured on a famous art blog : The Jealous Curator.
Minh Duc Pham (*1991) is a German-Vietnamese Conceptual and Visual
artist. He studies Exhibition Design and Scenography at the University
of Arts and Design in Karlsruhe as well as Performance studies at the
University of the Arts in Berlin.
Pham’s artistic practice is an approach and opportunity to investigate
terms of ancestry, actual surroundings and the concept of identity as
well as integration by reflecting currently forced structures and
systems. The artist is influenced by post-colonial, post-gender and
feminist theories. Due to his education in Music, Architecture and
Fine Arts, Pham works with different media and materials towards an
He has participated at solo and group exhibitions in China,
Palestine, Germany and Iceland, and has shown performances at
festivals in Germany and Vietnam. Recently he has been awarded
with several art scholarships in Germany, UK and Finland.
Marko Kosnik started his polymedia career in 1980s as a writer of concepts and a musician, producing creative environments, open labs and media platforms, dealing with synchronization of authors from different backgrounds.Crossing from acoustic studies of subterranean Karst to performances and installations with sonorostatics (electro-acoustic plates) Kosnik entered the field of performances with his own producting of egon March Institute and started building interactive environments in 1993.
The last time Marko Kosnik was walking the forests around Mooste, he failed in attempt to initialise “One laptop per Tree” project. After 7 years he is returning with an idea to expand AI in the domain of forest protection and support for the “small” language groups, living on the border of survival.
Urska Kristina Skerl studied Landscape Architecture in Ljubljana and Architecture and Urbanism in London. She takes particular interest in informal and participatory ways of working and new ways of living at a slow pace in a fast changing society. Urska is investigating politics and architecture of ruins and common space, where she wishes to find a crack to open up the in-between space.