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Satoru Tamura was born 1972 and graduated from the School of Art and Design at the University of Tsukuba. Tamura is a multimedia artist who creates sculptures, kinetic art, video works, installations with electricity and light.
Audiovisual Installation with Luster
Tilman Küntzel was born in 1959 and studied at the University of fine arts Hamburg, teached by Claus Böhmler and Ernst Mitzka. Küntzel focuses on questions of perception and the creation of signal sources.
ECHO/Turning the light around
The Groningen based Dutch artists duo Vroegop/Schoonveld lived and worked in the past few years in China, USA and Spain. The method and research of Vroegop/Schoonveld are characterized by working with standards, modular production methods and in series.
the weight of light
Born in 1979, Andreas Muxel studied Media Communication Design at the University of Applied Sciences Vorarlberg in Austria until 2004. Martin Hesselmeier (1978) received his diploma in communication design at the University of Applied Sciences, Academy of Arts and Design, in 2002. The gedankenexperiment of light as a concrete medium, subject to gravity, is the assumption underlying the installation of the Cologne based artists.
Navarro was born 1972, studied at Pontificia Universidad Católica of Chile in Santiago from 1991 to 1995. The Chilean works with societal symbols, presenting them outside their usual meaningful context.
Born in 1969, Dirk Vollenbroich studied at the University of Applied Sciences Münster (Physics) as well as at the Academy of Fine Arts Münster. His works have been displayed internationally in exhibitions and at festivals.