Carla Mercedes Hihn
NIGRUM is made out of used clothes, towels, underwear or sometimes even bed sheets, daily used garments surrounding our body. The tower out of garments belongs to a series of material archives, and in it’s function as a three dimensional diary, it remembers stories around the piece of clothing and about the time we bought it until the last day we sorted it out.
Nigrum / cut clothes on wood / 30 x 30 x 45 cm / 2017
Arats paperwork’s connect abstractions and interactions between individuals and architecture. All artworks thematise abstract city-human-relations in the style of urban Art. Produced with the use of markers, fine liners, coloured pencils and the cutter knife.
Evident in current works are observations from a past career in fashion, through colour and layering Callaghan’s obsession with form, pattern and scale are combined in ‘draped studies’ folded and distorted whilst working in a very abstract form of the craft Ebru, watercolour and Acrylic.
Mahir Duman- Visual artist
Produces audio-visuals, videos, short films, music clips, mixing and synchronizing with sound and the rhythm of action. Mahir creates unrealistic, surreal, interactive, visuals to change the human perception as visuals with sound, to make the sound and light visible.Work: It’s happening again (Athens Underground)
Interactive Video Installation.
Carla Mercedes Hihn
Hihns water observations are accumulating in the, ‘Interferenz-Series’. Diverse, expressive lines are formed to webs, aggregations and dispersals creating a palimpsest structure. She refers to a definition of landscape as a mosaic of interacting units.
The pheasant shoot has been the domain of aristocrats and landowners in northern Europe since feudal times. It carries the mark of status and privilege, and is often a family obligation imposed on father and son alike. This site-specific installation incorporates photographs of the hunt, illuminated in darkness, with the sounds of the "beaters" who drive the quarry into the open to be shot.
Pancar is mainly interested in a narrative aspect of art together with the abstract liberation of the hand. Recent works exhibited are plaster cast objects, which are more related to architecture with its playfully modern and ornament like, ‘look’. They try to get a sensation of the artist, of the very common modern architecture in the city by turning them from their gigantic volumes to ‘little crafted idols’.