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Katharina is an Austrian Multimedia Artist. She creates scenery, moving images, narratives and situations. Prints and Paintings are often a product of bigger narratives built around cultures and local customs.
Sira Plans is a Superficial Lady learning, understanding and creating through touch. She also believes you are superficial.
Daily paying attention to details, textures and decaying objects, Célia Boulesteix builds sculptures by assembling fragments of «nothing» : photographs she accumulates, declination of imprints and manipulations of different recovered materials that she founds, mostly in the street.
Günther Uecker stands out as one of the decisive figures in the post-war international contemporary art scene. From the beginning, his works have focused on the most serious issues facing the world: the experiences of war, the problem of humans coming under threat from other humans, the search for our roots, the difficulties of using language as a means of expression, the investigation into the role of faith, ritual and prayer in our lives, problems to do with the consumer society and the human destruction of nature, facing up to the consequences of catastrophes, the dilemma of mortality and leaving an impression on the world, and the irreconcilable contradiction between cyclicality and the linear progression of time.
There are few artists who have been so consistent as Günther Uecker in creating works that reflect on the constant changes taking place in the world around us.
In every period of his artistic career he has observed the world shrewdly, but has never been content merely to play the role of spectator: instead of contemplation, he prefers a model of action.
Wurm's works occupy a special place in contemporary art. Since the late 1980s he