Terike Haapoja, Terike Haapoja, 2021
Terike Haapoja is a visual artist based in New York.
Julian Ross is a researcher, curator and writer based in Amsterdam.
Murat Yildiz, Murat Yildiz, 2021
Murat Yildiz is an artist living and working in Istanbul and the founder of Dream News and the co-founder of HAH Kolektif based Istanbul. (1984, Giresun/Turkey)
Anouk De Clerq, Johan Jacobs, 2018
Anouk De Clercq explores the potential of audiovisual language to create possible worlds. Her recent work is based on the utopian idea of 'radical empathy'.
Sylvian Kloens is a musical and artistic centipede, a singer songwriter, bass player, occultist, gnostic, and researcher.
Sema Bekirovic is a visual artist whose work could be described as playful conceptualism. She uses different media, mainly video, photography and installations.
Taco Hidde Bakker, Marina Caneve, 2018
Taco Hidde Bakker is a writer, teacher, translator, and curator in the field of the arts, specializing in photography. Bakker is the author of the text collection The Photograph That Took the Place of a Mountain (Fw:Books, 2018).
Spiros Hadjidjanos, Spiros Hadjidjanos, 2021
Spiros Hadjidjanos is a Postwar & Contemporary artist who was born in 1978. Their work was featured in numerous exhibitions at key galleries and museums, including the K20, Kunstsammlung NRW and the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart.
August Strindberg, Robert Roesler, 1881
Johan August Strindberg (1849 – 1912, Sweden) was a Swedish play wright, novelist, poet, essayist and painter.
Frank Bloem is an artist who uses scent as his primary medium.
Mustapha Azeroual, Pauline Gouablin & Nicolas Melemis, 2017
A scientist by training, his work is based on observation and experimentation experimentation, confronting the historical techniques of shooting and printing to the contemporary with the contemporary issues of photography.
Sjoerd van Oevelen, Hiryczuk / van Oevelen, 2015
Sjoerd van Oevelen (b. 1974) is a Dutch artist and researcher based in Amsterdam. He collaborates with Elodie Hiryczuk under the name Hiryczuk/ Van Oevelen. Their work explores the workings of perception in humankind's relationship to nature and the landscape.
Juuso Noronkoski, Juuso Noronkoski, 2021
Juuso Noronkoski (1983, FI) works with mixed-media installations combining photographs, video, sculpture and text. His installations focus on the demarcation between images, objects and written language
Toril Johannessen, 2019
Toril Johannessen (b.1978, Norway), living in Tromsø, Norway. Perception and representation as historical and technological constructs are recurring themes in her artistic practice.
Ilse van Rijn,
Ilse van Rijn is a researcher and art historian. She holds a PhD from the University of Amsterdam (UvA), in collaboration with the Gerrit Rietveld Academie (GRA) and the Jan van Eyck Academy (JvE), in which she developed a so-called poetics of the artists’ text.
George Shiras III,
George Shiras III (January 1, 1859 – March 24, 1942) was a U.S. Representative from the state of Pennsylvania and nature photographer who pioneered the use of nighttime flash photography.
Martine Stig, Martine Stig, 2017
Martine Stig (b. 1972) is an artist based in Amsterdam. Point of departure in her work is the photographic image; the voyeuristic act: photography (verb) and the autonomic product: photo (noun). Whilst using the medium (and moving away from it) she researches its role in the perception of reality.
Nicolas Sassoon’s work has long been concerned with the tensions between the pixel and the screen,reflecting on their entanglement and materiality by constraining himself to experiment with pixelated patterns and figures ashissole visual language.
Tom Callemin, Tom Callemin,
Tom Callemin, born in 1991 in Ostend, Belgium, lives and works in Ghent. He studied photography and fine arts and works as a visual artist in photography and video. His work has been awarded and shown in solo exhibitions and has been included in several international group shows.
Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen is a collaboration between artists/ researchers Elodie Hiryczuk (1977, Avignon) and Sjoerd van Oevelen (1974, Steenbergen). They are interested in the workings of perception in humankind's relationship to nature and the landscape.
Gwenneth Boelens, Ringel Goslinga,
The work of Gwenneth Boelens revolves around the analysis of the gaze. That which can be perceived or remembered, is detached from its common context and translated into spatial, photographic and filmic installations.
Frank van der Stok, Natascha Libbert, 2008
Frank van der Stok (b. 1967) is a curator, editor, essayist and intermediary for artists and art institutions. He also works as an editor and producer of artists’ books.
Rick Silva (1977, São Paulo, Brazil) is an artist whose recent videos, websites and images explore notions of landscape and wilderness in the 21st century. He received an MFA from The University of Colorado in 2007, and has since shown extensively nationally and internationally.
Taisuke Koyama (b. 1978, Japan) approaches the medium of photography inline with his studies in Biology and Environmental Sciences. He investigatesthe relationship between organic processes and phenomena, and the man-made objects that facilitate their visual capture.
Nicolas Sassoon & Rick Silva,
Sassoon and Silva share an ongoing theme in their individual practices; the depiction of wilderness and natural forms through computer imaging.
Marjolijn Dijkman’s (1978, NL) works are tied together by a quest to interlink science, technology, speculation, art and spiritualism.
Elodie Hiryczuk, Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen, 2015
Elodie Hiryczuk (b. 1977) is a French/ Dutch artist and researcher based in Amsterdam. She collaborates with Sjoerd van Oevelen under the name Hiryczuk/ Van Oevelen. Their work explores the workings of perception in humankind's relationship to nature and the landscape.
Doina Kraal, Guido Beekman,
Doina Kraal works through installation and performance, and investigates how intimate and multisensory encounters imprint between object and viewer.
Alena Alexandrova is a cultural theorist and an independent curator based in Amsterdam. She teaches at the Fine Arts and the Photography departments of the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam.
In Bogers' work sound and image are equivalent elements which always determine form and content in a dynamic interplay. Many of his installations seem to examine the breaking points between music-sound and sound-speech, often with the help of electronics and the human voice.
Isabelle van Hemert, Jip Broeks, 2020
As one of the image editors at De Correspondent Isabelle van Hemert is committed to connecting art and journalism.
Roger Cremers works with historical images, such as archival imagery, magazines, and more recently the representation of images in social media, which emphasize a collective striving towards progress.
Basje Boer (b. 1980) is a writer and journalist. Having been educated as a photographer, she currently focuses mainly on writing. She has published a collection of short stories, Kiestoon (De Arbeiderspers, 2006) and a novel, Bermuda (Nijgh & Van Ditmar, 2016).
Born in 1982 in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Drawing chiefly upon his field recordings, Kamimura experiments with methods that draw upon sight, hearing, and other senses to perceive different scenes.
Benjamin March, Freer/ Sackler Gallery of Art Archives, 1924
Benjamin Franklin March Jr. (1899-1934) was a writer, curator, and professor who studied, lectured and wrote in the United States and in China. Through his works he became one of the foremost authorities on Chinese art during the 1920s and 1930s.
Bram Roza is a graphic designer, UFO researcher and filmmaker.
Steven Humblet (b. 1970) is a writer and art critic with a focus on photography. He studied philosophy and Social and Cultural Anthropology at the KU Leuven (BE).
Graphic designer, publisher and artist Hans Gremmen (1976, NL) has a special interest in the grandeur of the American landscape.
Tuula Närhinen (b. 1967), Helsinki (FI) holds a Doctorate of Fine Arts (DFA) from the University of the Arts Helsinki. She is a graduate of the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts (MFA), and the Helsinki University of Technology (M. Sc. in Architecture).
Philippe Ailleris is a project controller at the European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) and the founder of the Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena (UAP) Reporting Scheme and The UFODATA Project.
Adam Loughnane is lecturer in Philosophy at University College Cork and co-director of the Irish Institute of Japanese Studies. His research and teaching centre on the phenomenological and aesthetic traditions of Europe and Asia.
Peter Delpeut is a writer and cinematographer. His film Felice... Felice... (1998) came out in the same year as his eponymous debut novella; his mosaic film Diva Dolorosa (1999), about Italian film divas between 1913 and 1920, was accompanied by an essayistic travel book of the same name.
Henk Oosterling (b. 1952) is a philosopher and a strategic advisor. He studied philosophy, linguistics and Japanese in Leiden and Rotterdam.
Dr. Taede A. Smedes is a philosopher of religion, theologian, journalist, writer, and musician.
Ali Shobeiri (b. 1984) is a visual culture theorist. He is currently Assistant Professor of Photography at Leiden University and lecturer of Cultural Studies at Radboud University of Nijmegen.
Russian avant-garde artist El Lissitzky, made a career of utilizing art for social change. In fact, he made the very first abstract work with a political message.
Keppel’s ongoing research on the public space, urban structures and reproduction, and is combining his own photographs with re-photographed archival material and other (online and offline) found footage.
Boele Weemhoff is a producer, composer and keyboard player.