Posts in DCA3
Dafna Naphtali

Dafna Naphtali is a electronic-musician/performer/singer/composer from an eclectic musical background (jazz, classical, rock and near-eastern music). Since the mid-90’s she composes/performs experimental, interactive electro-acoustic music using her custom Max/MSP programming for live sound processing of her voice and other instruments, and also interprets the work of Cage, Stockhausen and contemporary composers.

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Morgan O’Hara

Morgan O’Hara (Los Angeles 1941) was raised in an international community in post-war Japan. Her practice researches the vital movement of living beings through drawing. In 1989 she began doing performative drawing in international performance art festivals, did her first site specific wall drawings and began the practice of aikido, a Japanese martial art. In 1997 O’Hara’s work was honored with a solo show in the newly opened Drawing Room at the Drawing Center in New York. O’Hara lives in New York and works internationally.

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Freya Björg Olafson

Freya Björg Olafson is an intermedia artist who works with video, audio, painting and performance. Her creations have been presented and exhibited internationally at venues such as SECCA – SouthEastern Center for Contemporary Art (North Carolina), OchoYmedio / Alas de la Danza (Quito, Guayaquil and Manta in Ecuador), The National Arts Center (Ottawa), High Performance Rodeo (Calgary), Tangente – Laboratoire des Movements Contemporains (Montreal), Sequences Real Time Media Arts Festival (Iceland) and Medea Electronique / Onassis Cultural Center (Athens, Greece).

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Ruth Novaczek

Ruth Novaczek is an artist and curator, she studied fine art film at St. Martins School of Art in London, and an MA in Fine Art, at Central St Martins in 2000. In 2015 she earned a practice-based PhD entitled ’21st Century Avant-Garde; New Vernaculars and Feminine Ecriture’ from the University of Westminster, London (UK) and is currently a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Westminster.

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An Paenhuysen

An Paenhuysen is a freelance writer, curator, and arts educator. She wrote her Phd about the cultural criticism of the Belgian avant-garde artists in the 1920s. As a post-doc An has been working on 1920s photography at Columbia University New York, UC Berkeley, and the Humboldt-University Berlin.

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Zoran Poposki

Zoran Poposki is a transdisciplinary artist, researcher, and educator based in Hong Kong, exploring themes of (cultural) translation, spatial epistemology and social practice. His work has been shown in numerous exhibitions, screenings and festivals worldwide, including public art projects on LED video screens, video billboards, posters and billboards in New York, Dublin, Hong Kong, etc, with more than 50 exhibitions internationally.

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Ernesto Pujol

Ernesto Pujol is a performance artist and social choreographer. He is commissioned to create durational group performances as the complex psychic portraits of communities, in the Jungian sense. Pujol pursued undergraduate work in humanities and visual arts, followed by studies in Western monasticism, and graduate work in education, media theory, and art therapy. Pujol has an MFA in interdisciplinary studio practice from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago. He resides in Fox Hill House, an 18th century historic farmhouse in upstate New York, but maintains an office in Downtown Brooklyn.

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Deborah Robinson

Deborah Robinson is an artist and Associate Professor (Reader) in Contemporary Art at Plymouth University where she co-ordinates the ARC (Arts Research Collective) research group.  Trained as a painter, Robinson earned a doctorate degree from Plymouth University in 2003, writing her dissertation on ‘The Materiality of Text and Body in Painting and Darkroom Processes: An Investigation Through Practice,’ which engaged with feminist and psychoanalytic theory.

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Alexandra Ross

Alexandra C M Ross recently completed a Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship at the Centre for Curating the Archive, Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town.  She read an honours law degree, followed by a Masters in Museum and Gallery Studies, a Master of Fine Art and a PhD in Curatorial Practice. 

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Merete Røstad

Merete Røstad is a visual artist and curator working with publics, remembrance and archive. Her practice concerns the perception of our everyday exchange and experiences within our surroundings, one aspect of this being how we read the traces left behind.

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Edward A. Shanken

Edward Shanken works at the interstices of contemporary art and new media. His books include Art and Electronic Media(2010), Telematic Embrace: Visionary Theories of Art, Technology and Consciousness (2003), Inventar el Futuro (2013), and Systems (2015).

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Alec Soth

Alec Soth (b. 1969) is a photographer born and based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is the recipient of several major fellowships from the Bush, McKnight and Jerome Foundations and was awarded the 2003 Santa Fe Prize for Photography. His work is represented in major public and private collections, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.

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André Stitt

Born in Belfast, N. Ireland, André Stitt is considered one of Europe’s foremost performance and interdisciplinary artists. He has worked as a time based artist since 1976 creating hundreds of unique performances at major galleries, festivals, alternative venues and sites specific throughout the world. His artistic output includes performance art, live work, relational activity, installations, digital print, videography, photography, painting and drawing.

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Wolfgang Sützl

Wolfgang Sützl (PhD) is a transdisciplinary researcher, writer and educator chiefly concerned with a critique of violence and understanding the conditions in which such a critique is possible. His Ph.D. is in Philosophy from the Universitat Jaume I de Castellón, Spain where he wrote on “Emancipation or Violence. Aesthetic Pacifism in Gianni Vattimo”.

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Hans Tammen

Hans Tammen creates sounds that have been described as an alien world of bizarre textures and a journey through the land of unending sonic operations. He creates rapid-fire juxtapositions of radically contrastive and fascinating noises, with micropolyphonic timbres and textures, aggressive sonic eruptions, but also quiet pulses and barely audible sounds.

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Mary Ting

Within Mary Ting’s varied art practice of installation, drawing, photography and video, the prevailing emphasis is the use of the fragment within a nonlinear narrative.  Her work inhabits the realm of temporality, private obsessions and the sensual.

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Valerie Walkerdine

Valerie Walkerdine (PhD) is Distinguished Research Professor in Cardiff University, Wales, UK. Her research mixes artistic practices with humanities and social research modalities. Her artistic practice brings together film, photography, drawing and performance. She is an experienced and widely published writer. Her work focuses on many feminist topics, but specialises in the intersection of art and psychology, broadly understood.

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Annette Weintraub

Annette Weintraub explores the architectural environment. Recent work includes: Life Support (2003), a web based project exploring hospital architecture and the subjective experience of space through a hybrid of 2D and 3D representation;The Mirror That Changes (2001), a web-based sound and moving image piece exploring issues of water sustainability, commissioned by The Ruschlikon Centre for Global Dialogue; and Mirage (2001), a narrative work exploring the intersection of photography and tourism, commissioned by CEPA for the exhibition Paradise in Search of A Future.

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