Diogo da Cruz is a conceptual artist based in Lisbon, working in an interdisciplinary field of speculation. His projects call into question some certainties and prejudices of our society, through a rigorous and impertinent research about concepts familiar to the general public. He creates symmetric and ironic objects, positioned in a stage-like installation, which end up being part of a performance piece. He received a BA in Sculpture from the Faculty of Fine Arts of Lisbon in 2012 and a Diploma from the Akademie der Bildenden Künste München in 2016. In 2016, he participated in the Independent Study Programme at Maumaus - Escola de Artes Visuais in Lisbon. His work has been shown in Portugal, Germany, Austria, Spain, Greece, Sweden and Bulgaria
Max Dovey can be described as 28.3% man, 14.1% artist and 8.4% successful. He is also an artist, researcher and lecturer specialising in the politics of data and algorithmic governance. His works explore the political narratives that emerge from technology and digital culture and manifest into situated projects – bars, game-shows, banks and other participatory scenarios. He holds a BA Hons in Fine Art: Time Based Media and a MA (MDes) in Media Design from Piet Zwart Institute. He is an affiliated researcher at the Institute of Network Cultures and regularly writes for Open Democracy, Imperica & Furtherfield. His work has been performed at Ars Electronica Festival, Art Rotterdam & many U.K based music festivals.
Felicity Hammond is an artist and educator based in London. She is currently undertaking TECHNE funded research in the Contemporary Art Research Centre at Kingston University on digital representations of the built environment and their relationship with site. She has worked with major institutions including Tate Modern, The Whitechapel Gallery, The Photographer's Gallery and The Saatchi Gallery, and her work is held in international collections.
Petra Szemán is an artist based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, England. Working with animation and computer games, her practice is concerned with instances in which real life can be experienced as fictional. She creates fictional realms that fold back on themselves and dissect the ways our memories and selves are constructed. She explores liminal spaces, threshold experiences and non-localised identities on a personal level, but also expands into a broader sense of worldmaking and cinematic experiencing.
Alejandro Ball is a Peruvian/American new media curator, artist, and fabricator, practicing between London and Dundee. Recent projects he’s worked on are, PIL 2.0: Russia. Be Blinded by an Inner Light (VRC, DCA, Dundee, 2016), A Book of Burning Matches: Collecting Installation Art Documents (me Collectors Room, Berlin, 2015), Post-Internet Landscapes (PIL Project) (The Cass, London, 2015), London Open: Live talk event IN TRANSITION: the artistic and curatorial residency (Whitechapel Gallery, London, 2015), and the line that (…), (Five Years, London, 2015).
Inês Costa is a Portuguese independent curator and photographer, based in London. She is currently working as the Exhibitions Assistant at the Whitechapel Gallery. She attained a BA in Multimedia Arts - Photography at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon in 2012 and a MA with Distinction in Curating the Contemporary from the London Metropolitan University and Whitechapel Gallery in 2016. Recent curatorial projects include PROTECHT (Bank Space, London, 2015) and IT IS PROBABLY BETTER TO START FROM ZERO (Window Space, 2016).
GENERATORprojects is a
Dundee-based artist-led organisation established in 1996. The aim of the organisation is to generate vibrant
cultures across Dundee through providing sustained support towards
artistic practice in all its diversity and a varied programme of exhibitions and events.Alongside the primary
aim of being collectively held by those who wish to engage and support the continuation of the organisation,
Generator hosts a project and exhibition space better known as Generator Projects. This space was established
to allow creative practitioners, developing experimental, critical and contemporary work, the opportunity to
exhibit. It is facilitated by the Generator committee, a rolling collective of volunteers, who dedicate two years
of their time to ensure the continuation of the exhibition space and the broader aspects of the organisation.
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