From the very beginning of his career, Angelo Bellobono has always placed humanity and the territory at the centre of his artistic research, stressing the difficult relations of belonging and identity, understood not simply in the socio-cultural sense but
Through colorful works that on first glance look playful and whimsical, Khanâ€™s work illuminates a dark and complex political struggle with violence and identity that takes place through, on, and in public vehicles.
My multi-media work explores in a serio-comic way how mythology serves as a coping mechanism in angst-ridden times and how diverse cultures coexist symbiotically. It relates to feminism in its focus on domestic items such as clothespins.
Donald Groscost explores the natural world through the arena of memory and the subconscious
whereby a myriad of cultural references as disparate as animated films, childrenâ€™s books or visual
technologies often collide in a single form
I explore the necessity and quest for home by designing portable self-made architecture and
transitional homes, highlighting the interaction between the body and space, physiological and
My work is poetically and intricately crafted to encourage the viewer to reconsider social and
historical narratives especially when dealing with Colonialism and raises critical questions about
the politics of erasure and exclusion.
I'm currently working with found images primarily from sixties and seventies pictorial magazines that I interrupt with over-printed digital drawings and words which introduces a layer of commentary, free association or disruption.