Miro Bersi by Editor
Miro Bersi is an artist whose work revolves around traditional art forms, specifically painting and sculpture. Bersi’s work tends to revolve around the figure; the human body, and the many shapes and forms that construct it, is a constant source of inspiration. Material is also a subject he explores throughout his work. Understanding how material affects the artefact as a whole is essential in his practice. Culture has also been a key theme in Bersi’s work having grown up in both Scotland and Brazil, and both cultures having influenced the development of his work over the years. Bersi received his BA in Illustration and Animation at Kingston University (London, 2019). He recently had his first solo exhibition ‘Conflito’ in November 2019 at Whitespace Gallery, Edinburgh.
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Àgota Végso by Editor
Ágota Végső is a Hungarian animated film director, illustrator and producer. She finished her studies at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest, MOME, in 2012, with two master degrees from animation and teaching. She attended The Animation European Production Workshop, ASF, in 2012/13. She had the opportunity to participate in the Open Workshop program at The Animation Workshop (TAW) in Denmark in 2014. From 2014 she is working for The Animation Workshop (TAW) as a Producer, Production Manager organising an educational video making collaboration with TED-Ed. Since 2017 she’s been the Project Coordinator of the one month long residency and mentorship program for Asian and Scandinavian talents in various media related to animation in Viborg called NINOKO Universe Accelerator (ex. NipponNordic). She started to paint with aquarelle in 2015 as a travel sketcher and with acrylic in 2019 as a hobby-painter. Painting became her main artistic activity besides…
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Javier Rodríguez Lozano by Editor
Javier Rodríguez Lozano (Madrid, 1992). I live and work in Madrid. I have obtained a BFA and MFA, both from the Complutense University of Madrid. I have attended different workshops taught by artists such as Cristina Iglesias, Juan Luis Moraza and Fernanda Fragateiro. My artistic practice researches the visual and installative language of the threshold between our urban and domestic environment. In this interstice, my projects come from small daily phenomena, of subtle and marginal kind. Despite being overlooked on a daily basis, these events have great symbolic value, mainly of an identity nature. This has taken me to work with things as different as doormats, curtains, graffiti and cats. I have exhibit solo at: Galería Fran Reus, Palma (2018); and Galería Bacelos, Madrid (entreacto, 2017). And in group shows (selection) like: Casal Solleric, Palma (2020); Sala de Arte Joven, Madrid (2019) curator Ángel Calvo Ulloa and (2017) c. Virginia…
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