Art + Interaction + Performance + Music !
Mariana Luz Ticheli was born in Mendoza, Argentina in 1986. She is a complete artist: she paints; designs; draws and does performance art. She has a degree in visual arts but is also a professor in the subject. She received both these titles at the “Universidad Nacional de Cuyo”.
For several years she took workshops in theater, acting and dance. Today she is part of “Tres Puntos” – a Dance-theater company based in Argentina.
From 2005, she participated in many individual and group exhibitions in Argentina. Her most recent exhibitions were in Barcelona in 2013. Her work focuses on drawing and painting. She creates many characters: women that present their emotional states and memories.
From 2010 her interest and need for expression expanded and she started doing performance art in urban and official art spaces – first in Argentina and currently in Barcelona, Spain. “Vivo” is her latest exhibition of “performance art”, for this work she uses as reference points: the human body support, mental-physical balance and Butoh dance.
Luz is constantly searching for ways to integrate the different disciplines such as plastic, dance, theater, performance art and music.
Aitor Aloa is a young multi-disciplinary designer from Bilbao, Basque Country (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
He is always been interested in design, art and technology. Currently he is fascinated with the open source hardware and maker movements, which he supports with initiatives or projects like Tutomics (http://goteo.org/project/
INEFABLE is our last event at Studio P52. Here is the video with the resume of an amazing night of painting, performance, interactive art and much more.
Artists exhibiting: Cecilia Amicone, Hannes Annderson, Luciana Asinari, Ioana Bacanu, Marc LeBlanc, Martina Bozokova, Ciça Bracale, Lucas Cappelli, Ovidiu Cincheza, Tomas Diez, Dyox, Hiba El Youssoufi, Rikke Frances Wahl, Mara Giliberti, Daniel Gonzales, Katharine Gray, Martin Gutmann, Håvard Hølland, Tony Higuchi, Janet Jaeyeon Chon, Areti Markopoulou, Leo Maratrat, Daniela Medina, Noemi Moreno Moreno, Glazione Rocha, Anastasia Pistofidou, Axel Stentun, Laila Tafur.
Video by: Leon Guallart (Leonmen)
Which frequencies could allow us listen to each other?
Which senses, numbers, dialects, what means, which actions?
404 INEFABLE is a celebration of any kind of communication, perception and social interaction.
On May 11th, StudioP52 presents a selection of works by 20 international artists who propose different lectures and expressions on any transfer of information.
Evolution,Diversity, and Reconstruction.
Senses,History and Codes!
Come join us to an art explosion and a theory of MANY MINDS!
20.00. Exhibition Opening
21.30. Performance INEFABLE (I)
22.00. Performance INEFABLE (II)
22.30. BEATSPOKE Live Concert
23.30. Dj Leo-Dj Axel, Dj Sara
Hiba El Youssoufi
Rikke Frances Wahl
Janet Jaeyeon Chon
Noemi Moreno Moreno
Colabora: Estrella Damm
Carey studied Architecture and History of Art at the University of Michigan. She is interested in analyzing the symbiotic relations of people as subcomponents to the mechanism that is the cosmopolitan metropolis and how architecture is used as the facilitator to stimulate experiences that generate its liveliness. She enjoys deconstructing the social history of built environments that have produced cult followers to achieve a greater understanding of their developmental progression. She likes to distinguish the elements that make a community desirable in which people identify themselves with. She studies how cultures, and people interact, reciprocate, and re-appropriate spaces to meet our changing needs.
Nacida en Argentina, pero dando vueltas por el mundo desde hace 6 años, pasando por toda Europa y sobre todo en España, donde he pintado diferentes murales artisticos. Llegue a Barcelona con la idea de estudiar bellas artes, sin embargo terminé haciendo un profesorado en Kundalini Yoga, y además me convertí en terapeuta de Reiki, en resumen: otros artes.
Me dedico a hacer diferentes tipos de arte, aunque los murales han sido donde he encontrado la mejor expresion, a traves de un trazo sensible, como lo decia uno de mis profesores.
Soy ciudadana del mundo, disfrutando la vida experimentando, aprendiendo y compartiendo.
Cool and Brazilian.
What else is there to get you going on Brazil ?
…Some of you may not be familiar with the art of fresh new talents from South America. Hailing from Rio, I’ve been a busy bee blowing unique, fresh, and forward-thinking design. I came in Barcelona one year ago and I tried to do my stuff based on unending work ethic and a determination to succeed no matter what.
I don’t force things. I think that people who force things get forced out. I let it come to me naturally, slowly, pace myself, have fun, and I do it as long as I love it. Otherwise, it’s not worth doing.
Seriously, I just have fun… and this journey brought me here, in love with art. I’m gonna heat elements of skateboarding, brazilian culture and underground Barcelona around the glowing core of creativity to create one of the lushest fusions in the scene!
U.K./ South Africa
Visual anthropologist exploring the grey area between art and science, collecting and creating visual rarities of the still and moving variety. Currently enjoying adventures in found-footage, musicology, education, planes, trains and automobiles.
Ethnographic documentary 9 Parcelas y un Solar (2012)
Anthropology Contributor BCN Mes Newspaper
Sound gives measure, depth and shape to the spaces we inhabit. My work is about seeking this close relationship between what we feel and what we experience, in this hysterical world. It’s all about music and architecture, silence and light, moments we live and spaces we love … from Meknès, Marrakesh, Paris and Barcelona, to Somewhere.
Marc LeBlanc, is a lebanese photographer / director of photography, his work mostly revolves around documentaries, fashion, portrays and under water cinematography projects using analogue cinematic techniques.
After graduating in cinema and photography from USEK in 2009, he moved to Barcelona – Spain to take part of a master degree in under water cinematography at Afilm Sitges Spain.
He is currently working as a free lance photographer and director of photography in Barcelona – Spain.
His work has been shown in Beirut, Barcelona, Paris and Berlin.
“Wandering between the circumstances I encounter in my life I’m always trying to get rid of my preoccupations, trying to find and welcome the positive aspects and integrate them into my conglomerate of – sometimes – contradictory interrests.
My life so far:
From the east to the west – from the austrian countryside to the world – from building and mechanical assembly to history – from history to architecture, to art, to daoism, to photography, from one extreme to the other.
The end of the world is usually taken as a catastrophic event in which a big tsunami, a massive volcano, or an asteroid will hit the planet and make us disappear. The mayans believed that the end of the world refers to the end of a thousands of year cycle, in which we will enter in a new energetic era, and the world as we know it will change. If you think about the last 20 years, you can realize that it just happened, the world has changed, we have changed, and will continuing changing. In StudioP52 we just wanted to make a cool and new age excuse to organize one of our periodical events, which counted with a great set of artists, creators and performers from Barcelona and the world.
SUPERNOVA T-34 gathered a fantastic group of creative people who wanted to express in different ways what the end of the world means to them, from the more artistic and abstract perspective to the direct relation with our planet and the implications of its disappearance.
Artists who performed in SUPERNOVA:
Janet Jaeyeon Chon
Hiba El Youssoufi
Paola Milovic Fabregat
Daniel González Franco
Yannick Julien Rohrer
Rikke Frances Wahl
Doru Mihai Talos
When? 16th of November, 19hrs
Where? StudioP52, Pujades street 102
Link? FACEBOOK EVENT
The 2012 phenomenon comprises a range of eschatological beliefs according to which cataclysmic or transformative events will occur on 21 December 2012. This date is regarded as the end-date of a 5,125-year-long cycle in the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar.
On November 16, 2012, StudioP52 presents a selection of works by 25 international artists who propose different lectures of the possible changes that would be made before this hypothetical radical mutation of reality.
Chaos, reversals, cataclysm and darkness.
Energy, luminosity, transformation and birth!
Come join us to an art explosion for the new era- an approach of the end or a vision of a new beginning.
El Fenómeno de 2012 es una creencia escatológica que sostiene que el día del solsticio de diciembre del año 2012 ocurrirá el fin del mundo o el mundo como lo conocemos, dando lugar al fin de una civilización y al comienzo de otra. El solsticio sucederá el 21 de diciembre de 2012.
A muy pocas semanas de que este acontecimiento tenga lugar, el dia 16 de Noviembre de 2012, StudioP52 presenta una seleccion de trabajos realizados por 21 artistas internacionales que propondran diferentes lecturas de los posibles cambios que se efectuarian ante esta hipotetica mutacion radical de la realidad.
Ven y únete a nosotros en una explosión de arte unico: un diferente enfoque del final, o la visión de un nuevo comienzo.
Janet Jaeyeon Chon
Hiba El Youssoufi
Paola Milovic Fabregat
Daniel González Franco
Yannick Julien Rohrer
Rikke Frances Wahl
Part of the StudioP52 crew (Lucas, Michal, Ovidiu and Tomas) was invited to the 2012 edition of the Get Set Festival in Oporto. The festival is a gathering of art, technology and creativity which happens once a year in the center of the Portuguese city. This year Get Set Festival will be is 3 differente Places. Cinema Trindade will host all lectures and some workshops. The House will host few exhibition under the theme “Decadent Beauty” and some workshops will be given at the Opo’Lab space.
StudioP52 had different participations: we brought an installation called ScreamBox, based on the well known ScreenBooth, both conceived by Ovidiu Cincheza, and designed by Michal Kukucka. We also presented the StudioP52 project in the night of Friday, sharing with the audience how to build a creative and collaborative space out of a destroyed building, pretty much related with the subject of the festival.
You can see the pictures of the ScreamBox here: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.357912474299096.86045.357781354312208&type=1
We will post the video of the conference soon!
Video about the creation and execution of the Studio P52 event El Poblejoc held in Studio P52 in Barcelona, Spain.
Video by DonUan Visual (resident at p52)
photos generated by the jump booth can be found @ facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.4725456373494.191482.1207180161&type=1
Next StudioP52 opening: Poblejoc, vols jugar?
When? Thursday 13th of September 2012
What? An event organized by StudioP52 family to celebrate creativity and community with the Poble Nou neighborhood
Where? at StudioP52, Pujades 52, Barcelona
Come and share with us in a interactive and colaborative opening!
Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/events/221726904622300/
Poblejoc, vols jugar?
Pinta, salta, construeix, pedaleja, imagina i mor. Descobreix què tens en comú amb la gent del barri participant en divertits treballs artístics. Tot cap en el joc.
Ens veiem d’aqui poc.
Poblejoc, quieres jugar?
Pinta, salta, construye, pedalea, imagina y muere. Descubre qué tienes en común con la gente del barrio participando en divertidos trabajos artísticos. Todo cabe en el juego.
!Nos vemos en el pueblo nuevo!
Poblejoc, wanna play?
Paint, jump, build, pedal, imagine and die. Discover what you have in common with people from the neighborhood taking part in playful artworks. Come to have fun in Poblenou!
+ info: www.studiop52.com
Director of Communications and Web Development Engineer
Dedicated freelance worker for almost 10 years in the field of multimedia communications. I have a practical experience in all web trades, from creation to photography, development to integration, optimization to marketing, in positions from project manager to branch manager.
Web Perso : lizati.net -> http://www.lizati.net
Agency : bam-maroc.com -> http://www.bam-maroc.com
Application : Toolti.com -> http://www.toolti.com
Considering myself as a citizen of the world, I am constantly looking for new experiences and contact with different cultures. Born in Switzerland, but living in countries such as Colombia and Brazil, I decided to follow a hospitality career based on that multi-cultural aspect of my life. I am currently studying hospitality in Lausanne from where I left for a 6 month internship. My passion for art brought me to Barcelona where I will be staying for that time. This city is a stage to my eyes where inspiration comes from any level. I hope to learn from other artists, locals or passing just like me, in the hope of creating the best combination possible between my passion and my professional life. My work represents nature in it’s most colorful and psychedelic aspects. Painted flowers never die!
Join us on Saturday, April 28th at NonSense 5.2 event at StudioP52*, www.studiop52.com
NonSense 5.2 is a celebration of our senses.
Come explore your sensory perceptivity** through an interactive representation of what we find when exploring our´s.
20.00 > Opening Exhibition
21.00-22.00 > Interactive Performance Installation
22.00-23.00 > Live band by ¨Sofphie and friends¨
23.00-23.15 > Dancing Performance, ¨The fire¨
23.15-00.15 > Dj Kuba
00.15-01.15 > Dj Vilma
*) Studio P52
an international platform for communal creation with 15 multidisciplinar resident artists
**) sensory perceptivity
the ability to perceive, to feel. Tests for this are based on the assumption that the observer can differentiate between a reflex response and a central perception.
Artist: James Cronin / UK
Currently on the Erasmus exchange programme, studying Diseno Grafico in Bau, Escuela de Diseno not far from the studio. I have a passion for innovative design and communicating with an audience. My role as a Graphic Designer is to solve problems visually and create work that is not only functional but aesthetically pleasing.
Please feel free to check out my portfolio and blog below:
My name is Mark Nieborg, I’m 28 years old and from The Netherlands. I’ve only been in Barcelona for a few months, but I feel at home already. I graduated Psychology 2 years ago, now I’m trying to combine it with my longtime passion; Art. Currently working for Apple but it’s not slowing me down from realizing my dream; starting a business and doing projects in which I can combine both Psychology and Arts. A part from helping people, I’m focussing on introducing different forms of Art in the life of kids. Developing the talent that’s already there….
She likes to work mostly on borders, between image and action, performance and installation. Using the body as a tool to transcend physical and theoretical domains. Her baggage is the one of dancer, from classical ballet to non-technique things, keeping the questions about professional and amateur, well done and bad done, right and wrong. She developed her career between Reykjavik, Copenhagen, Berlin, Lisbon, Barcelona, Ibiza and Granada in order to mount up a long list of skill, experiences, habits, information around what performance is or how is the future for contemporary dance, and in her own words: “I didn’t find any answer at the moment. Maybe out of Europe, in a place with no memory in contemporary dance, a fresh spot…”
One day he decided to leave his career from the world of construction to do a discovery trip in India. There, drawing between temples, cities and dust, he discovered that his vocation was to design. Back to his original town in Granada he worked developing projects in urban scale; within the network Murcia31, obtainning several prizes. Later, he founded Miga Arquitectura with the artist and programmer Ángel Muñoz, after receiving the Andalusian Design Prize. After leaving his activity in Miga he started his research in structures based in sand; assisted by prototyping systems added to industrial machines. Building several sculptures on the desert of Sahara and the beach of Barceloneta; His activity is now focused on the parametric production of solar houses, performance scenography and sculptures that distort rizomatic orders…
Picture of Fez, very important because my grand father was a butcher
” Artist ” : Théophile Reygade
Student of architecture
I’m here for echange erasmus with La Salle. I was born in a very little city in france, around the montain,so i’m really attached/love with the nature feeling. It’s very important part of me. I was a semi professional rugbyman during 3 years, i love sports.
So live in a studio like P52,this is a really different atmosphere compared to my usual but I like it a lot. It changes me, it’s a really important moment of my life …. thank you P52
Caesar is an artist who works with all the fine art mediums he can get his hands on. he does this in an attempt to apply the differing techniques they each have to develope his own style and creativity. each field feeding into the other and providing a different perspective to the creative process. specializing in painting drawing and physical theatre, while exploring the other fields. caesar approaches his performances the same way he does any other piece of fine art, with the eyes of composition lighting depth and colors to create a visual experience on the stage. he has been an active artist now for over 15years. he is constantly looking forward to delving deeper into his work.
Exploring my life I have been through different periods of all sorts, from success to sorrow and art to science, collecting perspectives on what constitutes my world. For my relevance as an artist to become more plausible, I shall present rhetorically a few of the credentials that I have collected though the years, even though they are not more than stories that obtain value within our cultural paradigm. I must say that these credentials do not represent my works or my attitudes towards the world:
I have been recognized with multiple awards, including the John Bavicchi Composition Award, an Ableton award and I have been fellow of the Telmex foundation, the Mexican Council for the Arts and Culture and the Mexican Council for Science and Technology, as well as Berklee College of Music and the Universitat Pompeu Fabra. I have worked in virtually all areas of contemporary music and explored the grounds of philosophy and philosophy of science, more recently I have been exploring the realm of cognitive sciences. Currently I am working on 3D sound for a EU’s project called Rehabilitation Gaming System with the support of the Mexican institutions FONCA and CONACYT. I have thrist for producing, exploring and sharing this creative experience that will break into rich redefinitions of the world.
Her voice is full of self confident. Her words are no additive, no rhetoric.
Ji-eun is a singer songwriter from Seoul, Korea. She didn’t have any prejudice to any kinds of music and art. Because she believed music and art couldn’t be described as a single word.
Her open eye to the world let her sing her own songs. She experienced many interesting life. travelled a lot and met lots of people who inspired her much. At 2006, She made her debut as a member of acoustic duo named, heavenly. Heavenly had a few club gigs then applied for Yoo Jaeha’s singer songwriter competition. Heavenly won a bronze medal. Then she left the duo to start her solo career. The first album, ‘Ji-Eun‘ is a self produced album. The way of production was truly ‘self produced’. She asked her fans for a donation to fund. This was a quite fresh, because no one had produced an album as she did before.
When ‘Ji-Eun‘ was released, it became popular by word of mouth alone. ‘Ji- Eun‘ didn’t have a chance to promote like other records had because it came from totally independent. Her debut album became one of the top seller in Hyang music, which can be ‘Rough Trade Records’ in Korea.
Ji-Eun is currently working on her new book and Her long awaited 3rd studio album will be out by fall, 2012.
Video de la primera exhibicion organizada por el colectivo Fab Art en Studio P52 en Diciembre de 2011. Fab Art es un proyecto que relaciona la tecnologia con los diferentes medios de expresion artisitica, relacionandolos con el mundo fisico de una manera fluida.
StudioP52 hosted the Urban Activators workshop, consisting on a huge Inflatable structure setup at the spaces of our building, allowing performances and community exchange within ephimeral structures:
more about the workshop:
The International Architecture Festival EME3 presents the Urban Activators workshop that will be hosted at the COAC (Col·legi Oficial d’Arquitectes de Catalunya), as part of their eme3_on activities program. The workshop will be a professional forum, live public installation and an exhibition discussing the informal processes of activating our urban environment. Most importantly this workshop will promote and communicate the rich quantity of unsolicited urban actions, interventions and activations that recent world events have been proposing, debating and enacting.
Urban Activators calls on architects, designers, activists and the general public for new strategies of public activation. Our proposal for the Urban Activators workshop is to work on inflatable devices, light and portable pavilions which may temporarily activate public space within the city of Barcelona, Spain.
Design and construct Mobile-Elastic-Portable Inflatable structures with an objective to turn public areas into active spaces.
17.00: Inflatable structure demonstration
17.30: Live broadcast BTV
17.45:P52 Structure Installation
18.00: Live jazz band + Aperitif
21.00: End event
FabArt is a group exploring new contact points between artistic creation and the new media of digital fabrication, through the creation of new production methods that link the physical with the informational world.
Opening Exhibition: Participation of 25 International Artists
Mi Arma, Contemporary Dance by Laila Tafur
Summer Showers, Caesar C. / Butoh
LIVE Concert by BEATSPOKE, www.beatspoke.com
FabArt 2011. by Lucas C./ Areti M./ Tomas D.
In collaboration with the Ministry of Culture,Government of Spain
Alejandro Padrón (a.k.a. Drojan)/ alfonso borragán/Alex Posada- Miguel Herras- Guillem Camprodon- Tomas Diez- Tomás Vivanco- Areti Mark/ Anastasia Pistofidou/ Ariana Cardenas & Sharon Lomanno/ Arnau Musach Sobrevias/ bistü/ Caesar C./ Christos Gikas/David Dalmazzo/ Gwenael Lacroix/ Irene Vilchez Cañizares/ Janine Marie Conley/ Jenna Mann/ Kara Liebowitz/Ki Smith/ Kosmik/ Laila Tafur/ Lucas Cappelli/ Michal Kukucka/Mike Guerrero/ Ovidiu Cincheza/ P.Ankh/ Paula Lobeck/ Pral2a & RodriGoBlind/ Stephanie Moran/Theophile Reygade/ Vilma
Pictures by: Hannes Andersson
FabArt es un colectivo que explora nuevos puntos de contacto entre la creación artística y los nuevos medios de la fabricación digital, a través de la creación de nuevos métodos de producción que vinculan el mundo fisico con el digital.
El Sábado 17 de Diciembre se expondran trabajos y se haran performances relacionados con FabArt en StudioP52
20.00: Apertura de la exposición: la participación de 25 artistas internacionales
21.00: Mi Arma, Danza Contemporanea por Laila Tafur
21.15: Summer Showers, Caesar C. / Butoh
22.00: concierto en vivo de http://www.beatspoke.com/ BEATSPOKE,
FabArt 2011. por Lucas C. / Areti M. / Tomás D.
En colaboración con el Ministerio de Cultura del Gobierno de España
Ariana Cardenas Vargas
Actress / Audiovisual artist
Short Bio: Moving in the area between film and theater, I use my video editing studies and my work as an actress to play with multi-visual arts as I experiment with disguise. Currently studying musical theater, feeling curious about video art and VJing, and developing a project that uses burlesque to work with the body and elements of undressing as a tool to change attitudes and prejudices against the female natural body in today’s society. It’s showtime!
Monday 31st Oct 2011. 20hs
Come Dressed Up!
Free Entrance: BYOB (trae tu bebida)
I was raised in Brooklyn, New York. I started learning how to develop film and work in a darkroom when I was 11 years old and since then have always pursed my interest in the process of developing pictures. I often use old cameras including a Polaroid in which for the past two years I have dedicated to producing my artwork. I also sometimes like to draw my photographs. I try to incorporate my interest in psychology into my work.
Janine Marie Conley – BA Hons Interior Architecture and Design
Homes: UK, Cairo, Dubai and Barcelona
Inspirations: Everywhere and Everything
Current interest: Urban Design
The Kiosk- Japanese Teriyaki Burgers
The diverse nationalities
The Regular and Irregular streets that help me to get lost and make new discoveries everyday
Stephanie Moran – painter/sculptor
I am a recent graduate of History of Art, and have moved here from London to do an art foundation course. I am from Palestine, Greece, and the UK and grew up in Jamaica, Jordan, and Belgium. My passions are music, travelling, film, cooking, art and architecture. I work mainly with painting and sculpture, but am open to experimenting with all materials.
Cincheza Ovidiu Călin
Date and place of birth: 21 April 1982, Timisoara, Romania
Contact: 0034 622 301 160 / email@example.com / www.ovidiucincheza.com / Barcelona, Spain
2011 – present Fotografia Autor, Institut D’Estudis Fotografics de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
2005-2006 Master in Science “Automotive Embedded Systems”, University Politehnica Timisoara, Romania
2000-2005 BS Computer Science, Faculty of Automations and Computers, University Politehnica Timisoara, Romania
1996-2000 highschool “Grigore Moisil”, Timisoara
Activity area: Photography
2005-2010 Multiple group exhibitions with Iris Photo Club in various locations Timisoara
2009 – “Intimacy in the public space Bucharest-Berlin” Transylvania International Film Festival, Cluj, Romania
Kara Liebowitz, Artist and Anthropology student
I am a New York City based artist and a student of Anthropology at New York University as well.
In terms of my process relating to my painting, I like to work large because it allows me to move freely with my body, arm, and hand. In turn, I primarily paint with oils because of the fluidity and expressiveness which they allow me. My focus right now is on figurative paintings of women. I hope to explore the relationship between gender and sexuality in terms of representation, ideas, attitudes, actions, beliefs, and practices. It is possible to interpret the women I depict as an objectification of women in general so I think it important to emphasize that my goal is not to perpetuate stereotypes that entrap women.
I believe there to be a great deal of strength that can be derived from one’s sexuality and it is pivotal to the construction of selfhood. I struggle to understand this with my paintings and ultimately I hope to challenge paradigms about art by making people question themselves.
I reside in a fifth floor walkup in the West Village (Greenwich Village in Manhattan) with two hairless cats named Igby and Nefertiti. Their natural curiosity and off beat looks and demeanor inspire me.
Originally from Germany, I spent the last ten years living in New York, Paris, Montreal and Cairo. Away from more familiar shores, including a possible career as an international lawyer, I came to P52 to explore my passion for photography and discover new oceans.
Michal Kukucka, Industrial designer / Martina Bozokova, Barmaid
We came to Barcelona having already decided to stay and it worked out Martina is a skillfull barmaid, and she loves put smiles on people’s faces with her delicious cocktails. After she gets everyone drunk, then she passes the time by drawing on them
After i finished my industrial design degree, i came to Barcelona for my internship and now i’m focusing my attention an creating industrial designs of any kind. I love to design practical objects of everyday needs, with eye catching aesthetics, balanced proportions and comfortable ergonomics.
more at http://www.coroflot.com/miffo
Artist: Caroline Ragozzino/France
French, originally from Italy, I studied languages and international business before specializing myself in Fashion and Design in Paris.
Having a passion for these sectors, I travelled a lot and worked for the largest groups such as L’Oréal and Inditex Group.
I speak 4 languages, I love dancing, cooking and I am an Hipstamatic addict with which I shot my pictures…
Artist: Aki Weston Murai/Japan
My name is Aki Weston Murai, my blood is from Tokio, but I was born in Los Ángeles. Therefore, i stand in between those two culturesI love both Kaminarimon and downtown LA. I am a writer of poems and short novels, sometimes I also draw..
Artist: Fanny Loustalet/France
Artist: Silvia Lackner/Austria
Artist: Christopher Henri/France
me : .music. (tinkering)
and I think about water, often,
and dance in this theatre on fire, sometimes.
Artist: Alexandra Rivet/France
Haze is a work who’s presented at the P52 Studio for the first time,
I present photography, video and dancing performances.
This project is at first a human experience, a meeting with dancers and a musician.
The topic of is work is how to show dance and how to dance in a different way.
Artist: David Evans/U.K
I’m David. I read some things and write some things, often about bicycles but sometimes about more interesting things.
Artist: Sanjin Ulezic/Slovenia
Interested in exploring the social implications of art and culture, especially in a community setting
Artist: Mairym Llorens/ Puerto Rico
Artist: Jason Sadural/U.S.A