All posts filed under: Artists

Pedro Hurpia

Artist Pedro Hurpia is now part of the TSOEG network. Pedro Hurpia’s artistic practice investigates notions of displacement and collapse – not only in geographical way but also in a cognitive dissonance level (psychological stress) – when a person or a group are able to counteract even the basic level of logic; denying evidence, creating false memories, distorting perceptions, ignoring scientific claims, and triggering a loss of contact with reality. Read more

Alison Lloyd

Artist Alison Lloyd is now part of the TSOEG network. Alison Lloyds’ practice involves walking alone, for considerable distances, keeping off the paths, striding and ‘contouring’ through moorland and mountainous areas. Through a passage of movement incorporating walking and dancing Lloyd has documented elements of her life since 1976. Read more

Jordi Mas Balado

Artist Jordi Mas Balado is now part of the TSOEG network. I work on the environmental capacity of the dancing body by placing its meteorological state in different specific territorial contexts. The main aim is to bring plurality to the meaning of the sense of the space. Read more

Mary Welcome

Artist Mary Welcome is now part of the TSOEG network. Mary Welcome is a multidisciplinary cultural worker collaborating with communities towards cultural empowerment in rural and under-recognized landscapes. Her work is conversational and research-based, in response to the social, built, and natural environments we situate ourselves within. Read more

Darc Matter (Denise Aimee Rijnen)

Artist Darc Matter (Denise Aimee Rijnen) is now part of the TSOEG network. Words and measures used as conventions allow me to draw maps, but are not found on the face of the earth. They isolate me from the entirely indefinable something which is everything, they merely symbolize life. Read more

Simone Kenyon

Artist Simone Kenyon is now part of the TSOEG network. Simone Kenyon is an Edinburgh based artist, choreographer, performer, Feldenkrais practitioner and academic. For the past 20 years she has worked across performance and dance with a focus on environment related arts. Her practice encompasses movement, ecology of place, walking arts and participatory events for both urban and rural contexts. Read more

Francisco Navarrete Sitja

Artist Francisco Navarrete Sitja is now part of the TSOEG network. Francisco Navarrete Sitja is a visual artist and researcher whose work specifically engages the relationship between representation, territory, nature and non-human materialities as manifested in multiple environments, from landscape to expectations in relation to identity. Read more

Layla Curtis

Artist Layla Curtis is now part of the TSOEG network. Layla Curtis is a British artist whose practice has a focus on place, landscape and mapping. Her multi-form work examines the attempts we make to chart the earth, how we locate ourselves, navigate space and represent terrain. She is concerned with how we map borders and boundaries, both real and metaphorical, to define territories and to establish a sense of place. Read more

Walter van Broekhuizen

Artist Walter van Broekhuizen is now part of the TSOEG network. Using different mediums to remodel our perception of landscape, in miniature to life-sized works, I address our withdrawal from the wild; and how, despite it, we continue to listen to the vociferations of the wilderness we have abandoned. Read more

Alice Pedroletti

Artist Alice Pedroletti is now part of the TSOEG network. Alice Pedroletti’s research investigates the relationship between artworks–viewers and archiving as an art practice, working on the multiple aspects of being and vision. The photographic medium, as well as the action of using or displaying it, is regularly challenged: a physical relationship emerges between photography and sculpture. The outcome takes different final forms – always concerning the problem of temporality, fragility, and matrix in both disciplines. Read more

Ludwig Berger

Artist Ludwig Berger is now part of the TSOEG network. Ludwig Berger is a sound artist and composer based in Milan and Zurich. In his compositions, installations and performances, he engages playfully in more-than-human worlds such as beehives, microphones, glaciers, infrastructures, wind, strings or trees. He has released various albums of field recordings, drones and microscopic improvisations and composes music and sound for film, theatre and radio. Read more

David Ortiz Juan

Artist David Ortiz Juan is now part of the TSOEG network. David Ortiz Juan lives and works between México and Spain. He studied his masters at the Sandberg Instituut in Amsterdam and was Professor at Lebanese American University in Beirut. He works from the creation of narratives focused on roaming, disappearance and displacement themes, often related to the landscape, exploring the links between the psychoesthetic experience and the combination of hybrid knowledge. Read more

somewhere-nowhere

Artist somewhere-nowhere is now part of the TSOEG network. somewhere-nowhere is the collaborative practice of writer Harriet Fraser and photographer Rob Fraser. Through prose, poetry, photography and site-specific installations, which are often ephemeral, they invite conversations about the relationships between humans and the environments we inhabit and alter. Read more

Feral Practice

Artist Feral Practice is now part of the TSOEG network. Fiona MacDonald works with human and nonhuman beings as Feral Practice to create art projects and interdisciplinary events that develop ethical and imaginative connection across species boundaries. Their research draws on artistic, scientific and subjective knowledge practices to explore diverse aesthetics and create suggestive spaces of not knowing nature. Read more

Paula Bruna

Artist Paula Bruna is now part of the TSOEG network. Paula Bruna’s artistic research is framed in the study of the ecological conflicts of contemporary societies. Taking concepts of political ecology and ecological economy as a reference, she is interested in the struggle of forces between a socioeconomic system based on continuous growth and the finite nature of the environment. Read more

Gonzaga Gomez-Cortazar

Artist Gonzaga Gomez-Cortazar is now part of the TSOEG network. Gonzaga Gómez-Cortázar is a Spanish artist working with photography and film. His practice is primarily concerned with the relationship between natural light and the fugacity of time. He focuses on landscapes, spaces and objects associated with daily life. Sunlight – whether direct or reflected – makes his subjects emerge from the shadows. Read more

Flora Parrott

Artist Flora Parrott is now part of the TSOEG network. Flora Parrott’s work is drawn from a compulsion to explain a state of being, a state that is always evolving and changing. The work is made and displayed to understand and dissect these experiences; to clarify, examine and pin down sensations. In works where printmaking, performance, film and sculpture converge, instinctively chosen images and objects are arranged in a way that articulates a physical experience. Read more

Alexandra Hughes

Artist Alexandra Hughes is now part of the TSOEG network. In contemplating our contemporary epoch and the complexities of human experiences, I am thinking about how ‘wildness’ can be experienced? Taking the idea of the ‘wild’ as something beyond the structures we inhabit and that inhabit us, in which the encounter ultimately heightens and transforms our human perception, bodily and emotional response, creating new meanings on our relationship to the world and the unknown future, beyond. Read more

Edwina fitzPatrick

Artist Edwina fitzPatrick is now part of the TSOEG network. Edwina is a UK based artist, whose work explores the living environment, especially in regard to mutability and change. The artworks explore what happens when ‘grey’ (architectural); ‘green’ (parks/forests/landscapes/growing spaces) and ‘blue’ (oceans/rivers/canals) environments intersect. They focus on how humans have, and are affecting the nature, culture and ecology of a place. Read more

Cecilie Sachs Olsen

Artist Cecilie Sachs Olsen is now part of the TSOEG network. Cecilie Sachs Olsen is initiator and member of the art collective, zURBS. The aim is to offer a mode of critique through a participatory and collective fantasy that focus on a “transgressive” imagination that questions aspects of the present by moving beyond the set limits and into the realm of the not yet set. Read more

Zoe Benbow

Artist Zoe Benbow is now part of the TSOEG network. Zoe Benbow’s paintings aim to communicate a sense of awe and enjoyment in landscape, as a means of questioning our cultural construct of wilderness and our relationship to the natural world. Read more

Laura Harrington

Artist Laura Harrington is now part of the TSOEG network. Working in multiple mediums, including film, drawing and installations Harrington puts a deep engagement with ecology and landscape at the heart of her practice and will often develop work in collaboration with organisations and individuals from specialist fields. Read more

Sigrid Holmwood

Artist Sigrid Holmwood is now part of the TSOEG network. My work is specifically concerned with linking painting and agriculture, through my persona the ‘Peasant Painter’. I am interested in how painters have historically not only painted peasants, but have aligned themselves politically with farmers. Read more

Miranda Whall

Artist Miranda Whall is now part of the TSOEG network. Whall’s practice evolves through a process of noticing and collecting stuff, people, things and the immaterial and intangible things that belong to, or pass through, places. Read more

Emma Smith

Artist Emma Smith is now part of the TSOEG network. Emma Smith has a social practice that is both research and production based and responds to site-specific issues. Read more

Ignacio Acosta

Artist Ignacio Acosta is now part of the TSOEG network. Acosta explores the relationship between mobility and geography, constructing an imaginary landscape that express the impact of economic imperialism. Read more

Anna Macleod

Artist Anna Macleod is now part of the TSOEG network. Anna Macleod is an artist based in the rural northwest of Ireland whose recent work embraces questions about land and resources. Read more

Corinne Silva

Artist Corinne Silva is now part of the TSOEG network. London-based artist Corinne Silva’s practice explores the use of the still and moving image in suggesting metaphysical space. Read more

Véronique Rolland

Artist Véronique Rolland is now part of the TSOEG network. Immersing herself or her sitters in the landscape, Rolland seeks to experiment with the quasi mystical through Nature and the elements. Read more

E. Jackson

Artist E. Jackson is now part of the TSOEG network. Jackson is interested in ideas of temporal space – the space between perception and distance, present and future, duration and consciousness. Read more

Luce Choules

Artist Luce Choules is now part of the TSOEG network. Luce Choules’ praxis monitors Earth systems, accelerated change and social movement to investigate material and immaterial forms of transformation and transportation. Read more