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Kate Bickmore (b.1993) takes one of the most classical subjects of painting – flowers – and gives new life to otherworldly creatures in a unique style and scale. They are uncomfortably alien and beautifully human all at once. Flowers are typically considered pretty decorative objects on the receiving end of our gaze, but Kate makes the viewer feel as if they are watching and wanting us. Possibly even making their own plans…
— Jonathan Travis
Stine Deja’s (b. 1986) new media works and installations take us on a journey from exploration of contemporary setting of emotional language between human and machines to poignant reflections on life extensions. Her media includes 3D animation, mixed media and kinetic sculptures, immersive installation, moving image, and digital surrogates.
Through her performative online projects Gertrūda Gilytė (b. 1992) examines the spiritual influencer culture, relationship between the #selfhelp and the self-optimization, and the ways in which spirituality, mysticism, and eternal values appear online.
‘Reality Artist’, Signe Pierce (b. 1988) uses her body, the camera and her surroundings to produce films, performances and photographs, and with a singularly flashy, neon, Instagram aesthetic. Through her work, she posits questions regarding gender, identity, sexuality and reality within an increasingly digital world.
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