Christian Ruschitzka (*1962) is a conceptual artist whose work is deeply involved in the practical materiality of the world. He uses a variety of media from handmade tools to built machinery, video performances, and public interventions to explore a number of different artistic positions.
Gonzalo Reyes Araos
Gonzalo Reyes Araos (*1980) is a research artist who is interested in the intersection of light, communication and human perception. He studied at the School of Fine Arts of Valparaíso, Chile and today divides his time between the arid Atacama desert in Chile, where he hosts an artist residency program, and his studio in Berlin.
Mona Pourebrahim (*1985) is an artist whose work is reassessing contemporary landscape painting by exploring the endless painterly possibilities inherent in the genre. Originally from Tehran, she currently lives and works in Berlin.
Tamara Repetto (*1973) is known for multimedia research-based conceptual works that draw the viewer into a dialogue with nature via their own perceptions, using a variety of material such as soil, plant roots, soap bars, hand blown glass, sound loops, olfactory pods, and programmed devices. She currently lives and works between the village of Voltaggio in Piedmont and Luxembourg.