HYBRID IDENTITIES | Edinburgh 2013 | ITSLIQUID

HYBRID IDENTITIES | Edinburgh 2013

Art, Events | March 22, 2013 |

Photo courtesy of Anja Jensen, “Country Site”

HYBRID IDENTITIES | Edinburgh 2013
Opening: March 29th, 2013

HYBRID IDENTITIES, an International Art Festival of Photography, Video Art, Computer Graphics, Architecture and Performing Art, will be held in the city of Edinburgh, at the creative space The Old Ambulance Depot, from March 29th 2013, to March 31st 2013. Fifty artists, from different countries, have been selected to be part of this project.

The selections has been based on the main concept of hybridization between identities and urban environment. People, backgrounds, societies, progress and all their inputs creates hybrid identities, modifying each other and being mixed in prospect to shape a better world. Mixing sustainable transport; modern (ICT) communication infrastructure; sustainable economic development; and wise management of natural resources, human, intellectual and social capital, is the key to reach a future better life quality. Be smart. Be hybrid. Be better.

organizer: International ArtExpo
curators: Luca Curci, Julie Clyde

exhibition & screening place: The Old Ambulance Depot, Edinburgh (UK)
dates: March 29/30/31, 2013 from 9 am to 1 pm and from 4 pm to 8 pm
opening: March 29th, 2013 at the Old Ambulance Depot at 6:00 pm, 77 Brunswick Street, Edinburgh (UK)

.video-artists
Mar Garrido . Spain | Andrea Sterpa . Italy | Wei-Ming Ho . Taiwan | Daniele Fumagalli . Italy | Lucia Flego . Italy | Yuko Asai . Japan | Evan Siebens . Canada | Kyle Trowbridge . USA | Lauren Whitley . USA | Diran Lyons . USA | Marie Silkeberg . Denmark | Kate MacDonald . Canada | Sara Al Haddad & Simon Coates . UAE | Kostas Makrinos . Greece | Liuba Gabriele . Italy | Rodrigo de Toledo . USA | Nirit Zer . Israel | Nina Falk . UK | Maria Rebecca Ballestra . Italy | Robert Frankle . Luxembourg | Norbert Attard . Malta | Catrine Val . Germany | Muffin Bernstein . USA | Montserrat Rodríguez aka nyx10110 . Spain | Laura Potrovic & Darko Jeftic . Croatia | Orna Elstein . Israel | Kadet Kuhne . USA | Hyeri Park . The Netherlands | Divina Hasselmann . Germany | Michael Powell & Jose Garza . USA | Jasmijn Krol . Belgium | iaaai . France | Divna Vuksanovic & Dragan Calovic . Serbia

.photo-artists
Diego F. Lozano-Cortés . Colombia | Pauline Thomas . France | Steven Driscoll Hixson . USA | Davide Scognamiglio . Italy | Nora Schoepfer . Austria | Titus Simoens . Belgium | Kara Fox . USA | Susanna Mammi . Italy | Virpi Velin . Finland | Wendy Macmillan . UK | Anja Jensen . Germany | Toni Simó . Spain

.architect
Wang Kuan . China

.computer graphics artists
André Maître . Switzerland | Viraj Naik . India | Darija Dolanski Majdak . Croatia

.performer
Valeria Geremia . Italy (the artist will perform on March 30th, at 6.00 PM)

International ArtExpo is a not for profit organization that provides a significant forum for cultural dialogue between all artists from different cultures and countries. We depend on the support of you. ArtExpo is grateful to all of the institutions, corporations, and individuals who support our efforts. We work with a number of national and international galleries as well as publishers, museums, curators and writers from all over the world. We help artists through solo and group exhibitions, gallery representation, magazine reviews and advertisements, press releases, internet promotion, as well as various curatorial projects.

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