Collaboration artists Citoyenne Reprise
Collaboration artists Citoyenne Reprise
Luca Bertolo (1968, Milan) has lived in Milan, São Paulo, London, Berlin and Vienna. From 2006 lives in a village on the Apuan Alps. After nearly getting a Master Degree in Computer Science at the Università Statale of Milan, he got a Master Degree in Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts of Milan. He has shown his works in public institutions and private galleries among which MART, Rovereto; GAM, Turin; GNAM, Rome; Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge; Centro Luigi Pecci, Prato; MACRO, Rome; Nomas Foundation, Rome; SpazioA, Pistoia; Arcade, London/Brussels; Fondazione Prada, Milano; 176 / Zabludowicz Collection, London; Marc Foxx, Los Angeles; uqbar, Berlin; Galerie Tatjana Pieters, Ghent; The Goma, Madrid, Pierogi gallery, New York, galeria 3+1, Lisbon. He has contributed several articles to italian art magazines. A collection of his texts on art has been recently published in Italy: I baffi del bambino. Scritti sull’arte e sugli artisti, Quodlibet, 2018. Since 2010 has taught Painting at the Accademia di Belle Arti of Bologna and Florence.
Pablo DeSoto (1977, Spain) was 2019 NTNU ARTEC Artist in Residence. He is an award-winning experimental architect, multidisciplinary artist and radical cartographer, with experience of working with diverse communities across geographical and disciplinary borders. In early 2000s he was a co-founder of hackitectura.net, a team of architects, artists and hackers. He is currently Visiting Professor of Architecture at Federal University of Paraíba, Brazil.
Bart de Kroon (1980, The Netherlands) is an Utrecht based artist and DIY musician. He has a recording project called Homemade Empire and plays improvised guitar for Jeremiah Day's moving-talking performances.
Fred Dewey (1958, United States) has concentrated on building grass roots public space in culture and politics for two and a half decades. He was director of Beyond Baroque Literary/Arts Center from 1996-2010 in Los Angeles and co-founded the Neighborhood Councils Movement, helping place grass roots councils in a new Los Angeles City Charter in 1999. He has published internationally in periodicals, anthologies, and monographs, and is author of The School of Public Life (doormats 2015), on his council efforts and the role of principle in politics, culture, and commitment. His work as editor/publisher, curator, and as artist and writer has sought to reframe text through community and site. He has led numerous Hannah Arendt Working Groups around Berlin and in London, Olso, Amsterdam, Paris, and L.A. These Working Groups are the subject of his recent from an apparent contradiction in Arendt to a working group method (re:public 2016). Dewey has collaborated with artists Jeremiah Day and Simone Forti and lives and works between Los Angeles and Berlin.
Melissa Logan (1970, United States) studied painting at the Academy of Arts in Munich, where she founded Chicks on Speed (CoS) collective with Alex Murray-Leslie. Over the 24 years of its evolution, CoS has developed a collaborative system of rotating members who co-author, bounce ideas, build exhibitions, and teach seminars. Their collaborations center on an ethic comprised of learning by doing, open source, and a material practice of building Objektinstruments — ‘instruments’ without the instrumentality, sound devices, some of them wearable, that combine emerging technologies with basic mechanics.
With CoS, Logan has exhibited, performed and lectured at diverse locations: Kyoto Contemporary Art Museum, MoMA, Pompidou, Dundee Contemporary Center for the Arts; TBA-21 Vienna, CAC Vilnius, Tate Britain, Victoria & Albert Museum just to name a few. CoS are represented by Milani Gallery, Brisbane. As a solo artist, Logan is represented by Galerie Gisela Clement in Bonn.
Cristina Gómez Barrio (1973, Spain) studied in Madrid, Munich, Berlin and did the Whitney ISP in NYC. She works with drawing, studies the color white in performance, takes photographs and dreams. Wolfgang Mayer (1967, Germany) born as the illegitimate child of Bonnie Tyler and Klaus Kinskiss Avatar. He studied at the Academy in Munich, at Bar d´O in NYC and with Ron Clark at the Whitney ISP. He works primarly with drawing, shimmering dust, video and performance. Together they have been working as the foundation of Discoteca Flaming Star, an interdisciplinary artistic and collaborative performance project since 1998. Discoteca Flaming Star aims to be a mental space that all kinds of artists can enter to play with different paths for contemporary aesthetic praxis, searching for its limits and avoiding processes of formalization, creating spaces for experiments and displaced memories.
The work has been shown at numerous venues including Artists Space, Whitney Museum, The Kitchen, NYC; MUMOK, TBA21, Vienna; HKW, n.b.k., Basso, KW in Berlin, Ojo Atomico, CA2M, Madrid, WHW, Zagreb, Tate Modern, London, De Appel, Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam and Kunstmuseum in Stuttgart
They work and live currently in Berlin.
Ken Ehrlich (1972, United States) received a BA from New College of California and an MFA from CalArts. His wide ranging practice in sculpture, photography, video and performance has been presented internationally, including at the California Pacific Triennial at the Orange County Museum of Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Hammer Museum and High Desert Test Sites. His writing has been published widely, including texts on networks, infrastructure and logistics in Blind Field Journal and Drain Magazine. He also was an editor on the Surface Tension book series for Errant Bodies Press. He has taught at UC Irvine, Woodbury University, CalArts and UC Riverside.
Claire Filmon (1962, France) is a Dancer, an improviser, a choreographer and a teacher based in Paris, she draws inspiration from the traditions of the "new dance", in particular Contact Improvisation and the work of Simone Forti, to develop her own approach to improvisation and the "Real Time Composition". By making herself vulnerable in the present moment, Claire Filmon shares a sense of time and space that emanates from her intimate and gripping movement.
Arianne Hoffmann (1976, Germany) is a movement artist and teacher with a Master of Fine Arts in Dance from the University of California (U.C.L.A.). Drawing on phenomenology, her works attempt to expand the sense of agency of living bodies. They have been staged in Los Angeles, New York, Berlin, Landau, the internet and other places. She initiated a dance podcast, worked for several experimental dance organizations and built her own movement studio.
Yuchen Li (1991, China) is a visual / performance artist and cultural program producer based in Amsterdam. Her work focuses on themes on coloniality, consumerism, food production, state narrative VS personal experience and is part of the performance collective, Weaving Realities. Whose practices involve organizing of public performances and workshops around the concept of “sentipensar“. – thinking-feeling with the earth concept, as a “practical decolonisation” methodology. Which, aims to re-educate ourselves into living in harmony with each other and with nature. Li has collaborated with various art institutions and academic institutions in the Netherlands and abroad, such as Rijksakademie, CBK Zuidoost, Nieuw Dakota, Goleb in Amsterdam, University College Roosevelt in Middelburg, International Institute of Social Studies in The Hague, OtherWise from Wageningen University, The Decolonial Summer School organised by Utrecht University, The Post-Development Conference organised by Kassel University in Germany and Editorial Collectivo Retos in Mexico. Yuchen Li was the project coordinator for the solo exhibition “Kaleidoscope” by Dutch artist Rob Voerman in Ningbo Art Museum China in 2018, and the Two- Man exhibition “Dream Space” by Dutch artist Rob Voerman and Chinese artist Wang Fenghua in Xi’an Contemporary Art Museum in 2018. She is also the founder and organizer of Asian Movie Night, a bi-monthly movie screening event in Arnhem in collaboration with ArtEZ, Walter Books, B53 Art Space, just to name a few. Additionally, Yuchen Li featured in numerous newspapers, radio and TV interviews for her published book entitled: 去全世界打打杂 (1st edition 4000 copies in 2015), such as China Youth Daily – one of the most influential national newspapers in China with a circulation of 5 million readers, MGTV – the biggest Mandarin TV channel in South East Asia etc.
Alisa Margolis (1975, Ukraine) is an American artist whose paintings explore the intersection of the Baroque and a contemporary intuitive practice of picture making. Parallel to this practice, she tests the confines of the painting frame, as an object in the world through site specific painting installations. She received her BA from Columbia University in New York (1997) in Visual Art and Art History and MFA fellowship from de Ateliers in Amsterdam, Netherlands (2003). Her work has been shown in exhibitions internationally, such as the Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, The Prague biennial, Renaissance Society, Chicago and the Triumph of Painting at the Saatchi Gallery, London. Margolis was a fellow at the Villa Romana in Florence, Italy, and produced a publication "Black Square, Black Square, Black Square" exploring the Madanella tradition of painting in public space. In 2016 Margolis was awarded a Visiting Professorship at The Academy of Fine Arts at the University of the Arts Helsinki. Recent exhibitions include CCA Andratx Kunsthalle in Spain and Galerie Judin in Berlin.
Jonas Marx (1980, Germany) is a dancer and poet, based in Berlin. Originally trained as an Architect, Jonas worked a couple of years as a sculptor. After his first encounter with Contact Improvisation and other somatic practices, his artistic interest shifted more and more into dance and body-research. Another encounter with the dancer and poet Julyen Hamilton and his practice of “Theater of Dance” made Jonas to finally and fully commit to improvised dance and poetry.
André Mulzer (1983, Germany) is a performance and multimedia artist/storyteller. He studied visual communication, time-based media and visual arts at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Hamburg from where he graduated in 2015. His works were shown locally and internationally in off-spaces, galleries and institutions. In his performative practice he also works in cooperations with other artists and musicians. He received several awards and stipends such as the Deutschlandstipendium (2014), Stipendium der Nachwuchsförderung der Hamburger Hochschulen (2015), a travel stipend which allowed him to spend 5 months in Lisboa, Portugal (2016) and a work stipend from the city of Hamburg in 2017. Since 2017 he lives and works in Berlin.
Alexandra Murray-Leslie (1970, Australia) is a performer and educator, a Professor of Fine Art at Trondheim Academy of Fine Art and the co-founder and member of Chicks on Speed (COS), a collaborative group modelled in many ways on artistic movements for framing diverse practices, interventions and experiments, akin to the Bauhaus, the Situationist International, Fluxus or the KLF. COS was founded 22 years ago by Melissa E. Logan and Murray-Leslie as a semi-open collaborative and/or collective banner for work that cross-pollinates performance art, pop music, fashion, video art and design. The group co-author, build exhibitions, teach seminars, build “Objektinstruments”, self-made computational, body-centric musical instruments. Their collaborative and solo works have been presented internationally across a stunning range of contexts and venues, from major museums, to rock ’n’ roll tours with superstar artists, to global fashion magazines. However, it is the intimacy, intensity, and spontaneity of working with practitioners, whether established or just beginning their studies — the co-creation of teaching and learning — that animates and inspires much of her work.
Anike Joyce Sadiq (1985, Germany)’s performative-poetic and minimalist-conceptual artistic practice draws on relational and postcolonial aesthetics to negotiate the precarious boundary between the self and the other. She gratuated at Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart in 2014. In 2015 she was a fellow at the Villa Romana in Florence. Since then her work has been shown nationally and internationally in solo and group shows as well as at the Dak‘art Biennale and at the Strasbourg Biennale in 2018. She lives and works in Berlin.
Mirte van den Bos (1997, The Netherlands) is currently investigating the relationship between human, object and environment and how these relationships are established and influenced. In the age of the antropocene, humanity has become a geological force on earth. These relationships between humanity and the planet play themselves out on a smaller and more personal scale. Mirte searches for an intimacy with objects, non-human species, technology, the environment and other human beings. She investigates how our surroundings influence our behaviour and how we can have a dialogue with the world around us. Throughout language, installations, video and photgraphy she tries to capture these dialogues.
Arjan van Helmond (1971, The Netherlands) is interested in painting as a medium that helps us think about and analyze objects, places and representations of spaces of our daily lives. His art practice focusses on appropriating through painting the unspectacular and even banal aspects of daily life -a view of the sea, a garden, the house we live in, the carpet under our feet, souvenirs and trinkets in the closet- and yet his paintings are not explicitly narrative. Instead they use ordinary and evocative details to build up a form of realism, that aims to trace a path between history, culture, cliché and everyday human behavior;
Besides maintaining an artistic career, with international exhibitions in New York (USA) and Los Angeles (USA) London (UK), Sydney (Australia) and Shanghai (China), he teaches Painting at AKI-ArtEZ School for Art and Design in Enschede and is engaged as an advisor for AFK, the Amsterdam Art Foundation and CAWA. Arjan van Helmond lives and works in Amsterdam.
Rezi van Lankveld (1973, The Netherlands) graduated from Jan van Eyck Akademie, Maastricht in 1999. She lives and works in Amsterdam. Van Lankveld’s work is marked by an intuitive approach, that allows works to evolve through a process spontaneous creation and conscious direction. She has shown extensively throughout Europe. Recent solo exhibitions include: Office Baroque, Brussels, Belgium (2020); Reset, Borgloon, Belgium (2019); The Approach, London (2018); Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam (2015); FIAC, Paris (2014); among others. Her work has been included in group exhibitions including Palazzo de’Toschi, Bologna (2020); Annet Gelink, Amsterdam (2019); Root Canal, from De Ateliers, Amsterdam (2018); The Approach, London (2017); Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2016); and many others. Van Lankfeld’s work is included in the collections of the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; The Rabobank Art Collection, The Netherlands; The Art Collection of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Chicago, and the Zabludowicz Collection, London and New York. Van Lankveld won the prestigious prize: The Royal Award for Modern Painting (2001).
Jeremy Woodruff (1972, United States) is Head of Music Theory and a Lecturer in Composition, Music Theory and Sound Studies at the Center for Advanced Studies in Music (MIAM), Istanbul Technical University, Turkey. His sound art has been presented in various galleries, including the KW Berlin, AD Gallery Bremen, Kasa Gallery Istanbul and Art Bangaluru. His concert works have been premeired by Kammerensemble Neue Musik, Ensemble Decibel London, the Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin, Hezarfen Ensemble, Klank.ist and others. His writings have been published by Klangzeitort (Berlin), Interference: A Journal of Audio Culture, Journal of Sonic Studies, KunstMusik, Seismograf, Verlag für Moderne Kunst (Nürnberg), Les Presses du Réel and by Errant Bodies Press. He is a performer on various wind instruments, tampuras, other instruments and electronics. He is a member of the Errant Sound sound art collective, of Klank.ist and Colaboradio (a participating organisation with Freie Radio Berlin 88,4fm). He has collaborated with artists Egill Sæbjörnsson, Bani Abidi, Kim Dotty Hachmann and others and has collaborated with dancers Meg Stuart, Stephanie Maher among others.