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Nikolaus Gansterer

I experience my artworks more like communicating vessels. There is a lively exchange between the installations, the sketches and performances, my drawings, whether large or small, the animated films or even the writing of a text, animating each other. Each

Betina Kuntzsch

I apply high-end-programs to create some very plain moving images. A short line that multiplies, and starts moving, transferring the movement to other lines in other time-delayed areas. Even here, I play with random outcome – some results I keep,

Tina Haber

Even though being animations, I regard these moving pictures as images in the tradition of domestic interiors in painting. By showing a certain perspective, and by presenting basic commodities, an idea of every day life becomes visible, although the space

Robert Seidel

While my residency at Epicenter Projects in California I was challenging myself to use the desert and canyons in the San Andreas Fault area as my drawing surface. Laser technology is used there for land survey and earthquake detection, so

Chris Doyle

Watercolor has always been the way that I have worked out ideas. And I have always liked making them very large. It is a way of drawing that we think of as delicate and intimate, which I think in part

Volker Saul

My work moves towards realities, and dissociates itself again from the figurative. Some drawings reflect both, microcosm and macrocosm. There are influences of comics or badges, signs, and emoticons.

Carolin Jörg and Michael Fragstein

together developed the project “Second Glance”: Drawing and Augmented Reality We previously made first drafts and animation concepts to find the shape that could stand on paper, as well as offering new levels for the animation. The working practice was

Eelco Brand

Besides the sketches for animation works I now and then make pencil drawings as autonomous works. I started as a painter and during all these years of working on computers I somehow miss the real handwork and look for ways

Simona Koch

In my experience scientists indeed can be interested in an exchange with artists. Both fields are very different and can inspire each other. Scientist are working within a framework of rules and have to proof the hypothesis they make up

Sandra Boeschenstein

Yes, the drift of meaning is central. Therefore drawing in its medial pureness is most suitable. Lines exist without ballast and they are versatile, changing the system without rupture is their strength. From the same stroke I can form binoculars