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Petra Lottje

Petra Lottje I started to draw in form of one line at a stretch during my studies, exploring “l’écriture automatique”, so called automatic writing. At that time I wrote a whole series of texts without punctuation marks and capital letters, …

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Tina Haber

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 …

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Hanna Nitsch

Hanna Nitsch For some years now I’m interested in emotional interpersonal conditions that I try to transform into pictures, but I also deal with emotional conditions contained in certain imagery. In my opinion, drawing is the best artistic medium to …

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Kristinn Hardarsson

Kristinn Hardarsson My work in general have a tendency towards the handmade; more so unconsciously I believe. This particular work, The Fox, is constructed with the form of children’s books in mind and the story is even in some way …

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David Mackintosh

David Mackintosh I make all of my work very quickly, each drawing is made in seconds. I make a lot on A1 paper each time I work, and throw the bad ones away. The drawings that work best are those …

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Miodrag Manojlovic

Miodrag Manojlovic My animations don’t contain any predefined message. I rather include the visitors to actively participate in the experience and interpretation. Although I have an idea of what I work on, I still don’t want my animation to develop …

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Juliane Ebner

Juliane Ebner I was lucky to see the decline of the suppressing social order that was strong when I was born. And to this day this downfall for me is a great and formative experience that doesn’t lose its power …

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Peter Radelfinger

Peter Radelfinger The rough, the banal, and the mundane always attracted me. It makes me happy that animations fuel the funny and comical aspects. These animations arise from an abundance of notes and small drawings.

Manon Bovenkerk

Manon Bovenkerk I love scienc fiction, western, horror, giallo, “low art” media with their own pictorial and conceptual conventions – their images, symbols, themes and myths. There is a darkness there, a feeling of threat and anxiety. The cartoon animations …

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Sebastian Pöllmann

Sebastian Pöllmann I am strongly fascinated by puppet theatre because I grew up with my parents’ marionette theatre. My work is therefore mainly based on storytelling and creating new worlds you can immerse yourself. Drawn figures or clay sculptures are …

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