Artfield: Performance art

Kamila Sladowska

I was born in 1996 in Warsaw and I am an interdisciplinary visual artist currently living in Helsinki. Within my research I explore inspirations from culture anthropology and permacultural thinking about creation. I work around the topics of diversity and diffusion of the matter in universe. I create installations, textiles, performances, objects and paintings (colour …

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Ali Akbar Mehta

I create immersive cyber archives that map narratives of history, memory, and identity through a multifocal lens of violence, conflict, and trauma. Such archival mappings – as drawings, paintings, new media works, net-based projects, poems, essays, and theoretical texts, as well as performances both of bodies and networks – are rooted in datafeminist, posthumanist critical …

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Yunjia Liu

– Guitarist, Composer, Singer – ​With deep love and a strong passion for music, Yunjia Liu (Stage Name: J. Hermit) enjoys every moment of being an independent artist. She was born in China,  studied Bachelor of Music classical guitar at the University of Melbourne in Australia and Master of Music Guitar Soloist and Composition at …

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varialambo

 varialambo formed in Berlin in 2018 We create concepts for a future, where violence in general is extinct. But how can we address violence and stigma and avoid the trap of repetition, sentimentality, and secondary traumatization? Our approach is adventurous: creating utopian counter worlds and moving on the borderlands of comedy and trauma. „We like …

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Tea Andreoletti

Tea Andreoletti founds her practice in oral tradition as a theory and method. Her artistic research is based on the experimentation of experiential practices embodied in behaviour. She engages in passionate exercises and amateur practices that are free from specialization. Tea works as a narrator, sommelier of water, student, undisciplined educator, guided tours writer and …

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