Al Paldrok alias Anonymous Boh, Taje Paldrok as Devilgirl, Hobo, Jaan Malin
Still from Beatrice Alvestad Lopez performance video
Beatrice Alvestad Lopez is a visual artist based in Oslo, Norway having previously worked and lived in London whose artworks concern ritual, myth and poetic narratives in landscapes. It is a multidisciplinary practice consisting of photo, film, painting, installation and performance. Beatrice holds a BA from Nuova Accademia di belle Arti, Milan.
Monika Dirsytė is one of the most active performance artists in Lithuania representing the young generation. Her works are installations combined with performance which allows her to participate in her work. The idea and its visual presentation are given equal value by the author who seeks to elicit subconscious reactions in the spectators.
Foto Herkki-Erich Merila
Riina Varol is an Estonian artist/photographer working in the field of fashion and portraiture. Varol concentrates her creative approach on issues of sensorial perception, the functions of the unconscious, as well as animism and eastern philosophy. Her work involves a range of media including, site-specific multimedia installations, photography, video, sound, tactility, and smell.
Marija Griniuk is a Lithuanian artist and a PhD student at the University of Lapland, Finland. In 2018 she was visiting lecturer at Vilnius Academy of Arts. Her research concerns the new channels of performance documentation, derived f rom, usually invisible biometric data, such as brain activity.
Līva Blumfelde has studied at the Latvian Academy of Arts, at Austria and Croatia Art Universities. All her studies are related to fine arts or teaching art to children. Since 2012, she has participated in several group and solo exhibitions as well as public space projects. Nature has the greatest influence on her artistic thinking.
Edward von Lõngus is a fictional character, an informational being, emerged from the informationally nutritious cultural environment of the digital age. There is no single physical body. There are only ideas. He is a collection of thoughts in the datasphere. A computer virus outside of computers, spreading from brain to brain through his creation.
Vello Vinn studied glass art in the Estonian Academy of Arts from 1963 to 1968. Having graduated, he promptly ditched glass for print. His favourite techniques became etching and drypoint. Vinn is a member of the Estonian Artists´ Association (since 1970), artist grouping PARA (1989) and the Association of Estonian Printmakers.
Jüri Arrak is a legend of Estonian contemporary art, one of the country´s most appraised and beloved artists. While his ouvre is highly versatile, including artistic metalwork, carpets, installations, happenings, he is best known for his paintings and prints.
Leonhard Lapin has been active in fine art, art theory and architecture as well as in literature. He is considered one of Estonia’s leading avant-garde artists. Within his comprehensive oeuvre, Lapin has created broad thematic series. His themes include relationship between nature, machine and man, void, visual processes and the language of signs.
Susana Sanromán is a Spanish visual artist living in London and working in different media: Photography, Video-Art, Installation, and Performance. Since completing her B.A. (Hons) in Photography at the LCC, University of the Arts London, she has been involved in numerous international exhibitions and artist residencies in Europe, Asia, and America.
Mare Tralla. Positive – Negative, 2015-2017
Mare Tralla is interdisciplinary artist, organiser and activist. Graduated Estonian Academy of Arts Department of Painting and received an MA in hypermedia from the University of Westminster, London. Tralla’s professional art career started in Estonia in the early 90s, where she became one of the leading interdisciplinary artists of the younger generation.