Video art

Sunil Sigdel

Born in 1978, Pokhara, Nepal.
Lives and works in Nepal

I have been working with many mediums to represent my thoughts and feelings since my artistic career was started. The subject matters in my work involve socio-political crisis of my country as well as the Globe and different incidents of my own life. I live in Pokhara, the beautiful silent place near Himalayas, but I am aware of the present situation of my own society as well as the world.

Ritesh Ajmeri

Born in 1980, Vadora, India
Lives and works in India

Artist statement:

My work starts from where I have been situated in my art-practice and traditional Indian sculpture family background as a middle class Indian, looking for the borders where media, objects, and images are incessantly susceptible to instability.

Kieron Jina

Kieron Jina, originally from Durban, South Africa, is a professional freelance screen-dance filmmaker, performer, lecturer/teacher, facilitator, dancer, choreographer, activist, director, cinematographer and video editor. As a choreographer and performer he has worked within physical theatre and contemporary dance. He is perhaps best recognised for his solo choreographic creations Facing Shadows, Infectious, Sin and Homodryer. Jina recently completed a tour of his solo work in Africa and Europe.

Ting-Tong Chang

*1982 Taiwan
Lives and works in London, UK

Ting-Tong, Chang, born 1982, won his MFA at Goldsmiths, University of London. His artistic practice covers both street art and elements of traditional painting and sculpture. Most interested in urban space and exploration of potential dialogue between institution and individuals.

Mireille Astore

Born in 1961, Beirut, Lebanon
Lives and works in Melbourne, Australia

Mireille Astore (Beirut, 1961) (Arabic: ميراي استور) is an artist and a writer. She left Beirut during the Lebanese civil war in 1975 to live in Melbourne, Australia. She studied the Sciences at the University of Melbourne where she graduated before becoming a full-time artist and writer. Influenced by Continental Philosophy, her art draws on autobiographical notions of representation and the unheimlich; where the conscious intersects with the unconscious. Through her art and her writing she "explores human emotions" and "asks what it is to be human".