In her works, Gabrielle Le Bayon freely sails from history – especially ancient history – to the signs of its persistence in the present. She looks more especially at certain traits associated with the female. Through image, photography, video, sound and more recent performance, she proposes a broad reflection on desire "as a tool that diverts the existing to produce a short circuit at the scale of signs".
Valentin Beck is not only an artist, but also a teacher, musician and thinker. A mixture that opens up new perspectives, creates contrasts and breaks down social structures. But only a glance at drawings by Valentin Beck is often not enough to understand his associations behind it. That's why you can learn more about his creative process here…
Janet Mueller's art is direct and unvarnished. Black on white, so to speak.
Dialogue through forms – between cultures, ages and social strata: Tobias Gutmann's search for the universal communication code is ubiquitous in his art. The artist uses a multi-layered, reduced formal language. Personal encounter as action; recorded as a drawing, sculpture or installation. In the Watzlawick iana sense, he starts from the permanent communication between individuals and strives to decipher them with art.