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Interview: Josiane Dias

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Interview: Josiane Dias

 

Luca Curci talks with the artist Josiane Dias during VENICE INTERNATIONAL EXPERIMENTAL ART FESTIVAL | OUT OF BORDERS in Venice.

Josiane Dias is a Brazilian photographer currently based in Tel Aviv. Since 1993, when she left her hometown, Curitiba, she has lived in Brasília, Geneva, Tokyo and New York City. Living in so many different cultures has influenced her photography on different levels. Her work is inspired by the urban and social landscape but not in a straightforward way. Dias studied at the International Center of Photography, at the National Academy School and at the School of Visual Arts in New York, NY. Her work has been featured in several exhibitions in New York, including the National Academy Museum, Soho Photo Gallery, Sonia Gechtoff Gallery, and is included in private collections in the United States and abroad.

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Interview: Chia-Yi Huang

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Interview: Chia-Yi Huang

 

Luca Curci talks with the artist Chia-Yi Huang during FUTURE LANDSCAPES of BORDERS festival in Venice on October 2016.

Chia-Yi Huang’s work reflects her interests in traditional art, new media, and restless exploration of architectural form. Based in Brooklyn, she has produced acrylic paintings, line drawings, digital renderings and animations, worked with performance groups, and exhibited internationally, when her first group show was presented at the MORPHOS – Sustainable Empires in Venice. As a participant in New York architecture community, she focuses on bringing the potential to spaces and re-interpreting the interior relationships and adjacencies to a future landscape.

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Interview: Maria Gyarmati

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Interview: Maria Gyarmati

 

Luca Curci talks with the artist Maria Gyarmati during CONTEMPORARY VENICE EXTENDED in Venice.

Born in USSR, Maria Gyarmati is a Hungary based interactive media and visual artist. She moved to Budapest 2012, where she joined TechLab in MOME University, Budapest and was working on interactive projects. She produced numerous exhibitions and participated festivals while developing her artistic practice. She builds her projects based on documentaries and contemporary dance mixed with modern technologies. Also she is working on paintings, using different technics. Her works are absurd, emotional and surreal. Gyarmati’s works are presented at several Exhibitions and Museums around the world, such as MediaForum, St.Petersburg, Brural Crossroads, New York, Hungarian Museum of Ethnography and others.

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Interview: Ipung Purnomo

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Interview: Ipung Purnomo

 

Luca Curci talks with the artist Ipung Purnomo during OXYGEN – FRAGMENTED CITIES+IDENTITIES in Bogotà.

Ipung Purnomo is an Indonesian artist. He was born on 6th January 1974. He’s had passion in painting since he was very young. His early works were landscapes and portraits. He had his first solo painting exhibition when he was in a college. He lived in Yogyakarta within 2001-2005. He ran a painting studio there. He traveled to some cities in Indonesia to receive trainings from some professional artists. Currently, he’s living in Papua. He has participated in national and international exhibitions. Few collective exhibitions were held in Yogyakarta and some collective exhibitions which were held in USA, Italy, Netherlands, Vietnam, Columbia and UK. His works have been included in international publication.

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Interview: Joss Carter

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Interview: Joss Carter

 

Luca Curci talks with the artist Joss Carter during OXYGEN – FRAGMENTED CITIES+IDENTITIES in Bogotà.

Joss Carter is an international contemporary dance theatre and live performance artist based in London, UK. Born and raised in South Shropshire/West Midlands, he graduated from the Northern School of Contemporary Dance, Leeds, UK, in 2010. Since 2009 Carter has performed, toured and taught professionally on an international level with companies and choreographers such as: BalletBoyz – ‘The Talent’, Russell Maliphant, T.R.A.S.H, Mor Shani, Tilted Productions, Gary Clarke Company amongst many more.

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Interview: Aimée Joaristi

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Interview: Aimée Joaristi

 

Luca Curci talks with the artist Aimée Joaristi during OXYGEN – FRAGMENTED CITIES+IDENTITIES in Bogotà.

Characterized by her freedom in terms of technical, organizational elements and compositional schemes, Aimée Joaristi presents a visceral world in search of the most existential relations between her own self and our world. Born in Cuba, raised in Madrid, Spain and working in Costa Rica, with four solo shows and more than twenty group exhibitions, awarded by IEAA, Art Dubai 2016 with an exhibition in TAG Gallery Brussels, Belgium was commissioned by Rebecca Wilson in Saatchi Art. Mixed Media Press from Mexico published a book of her “Silences & Screams” 2015 art series and exhibited in JUSTMAD, SUMMA Contemporary, ART MADRID and others.

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Interview: Charlie Wayne

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Interview: Charlie Wayne

 

Luca Curci talks with the artist Charlie Wayne during FUTURE LANDSCAPES of BORDERS festival in Venice on October 2016.

Charlie Wayne is an outsider artist born in France where he currently lives. Monaco and London contemporary art prize nominee, his work question the identity, the fame and the place of reality in a world where image and marketing are kings, even after death. Often made with double reading, his work is inspired by pop culture and seduces with its « dark new wave » aesthetics. In his mind, Charles Manson, murderous star-made icon appears composed with the faces of its victims often relegated to the media plan, while the mythical and erotic Marilyn permeates from little Norma Jeanne faces, careless, before she was bruised by fame and the highest levels of political influence.

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