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CTM Cyberia throws festival-goers into a landscape of Transformation

Explore a range of digital artworks directly via CTM’s website, or hidden throughout a disorienting environment of mercurial visuals and erratic sounds.  CTM Cyberia invites visitors to explore the space as scrambled unstable avatars, watch select archived performances from CTM 2021’s stream program, and interact with each other via chat, movements, and throwing emoji bombs. …

Mondo Decay is a publication that combine a book by the visual artist Brad Feuerhelm and a music cassette from the band Nun Gun.

Winner of the Ear/eye award 2020 Nun Gun is the award-winning multimedia collaboration between visual artist Brad Feuerhelm, and musicians Lee Tesche and Ryan Mahan of the acclaimed band Algiers. Mondo Decay marks the outfit’s debut release, an audiovisual dialogue that pairs 144-pages of Feuerhelm’s malformed post-industrial gazing photography with an accompanying original soundtrack cassette …

“When I’m there, I’m always trying to break through, to create an open door, a sort of passage, whose sense and aim is the never-ending quest for questions, not answers. ” – Luca Baioni

The dazzling vision of the mysterious and infinite darkness lurking from behind the curtains of appearances of what we call “real”. With his photography, Italian photographer Luca Baioni creates a bridge by a dimension that metaphorically locates among a lucid dream and hazy wakefulness.Standing in front of the horizon of perception, the visions of the …

“Suppose you’re able to take a few of those stylistically timeless elements refined by the years of studies from previous generations and add a little bit to them to fit our Zeitgeist. In that case, I think you’ve got a winner and something that has the chance to last.” – Johannes Wewetzer

Johannes Wewetzer, the Berlin-based visual artist tells a story about the emotional bondings and its processes inspired through the majestic beauty of the human body. These stories begin from “lustful intricate shapes” and are completed at the physical connections between the models. The Catholic environment of his teenage years and his studies in Christian iconography …

“Socializing in different countries and cultures made me the person I am now. It serves as the main inspiration for my work.” – Adrian Kiss

Hungarian conceptual artist Adrian Kiss talks about his childhood memories, inspirations from everyday life, and favorite works. He combines diverse elements like archaic with futuristic and synthetics with natural items. With these hybrid conceptions, Adrian creates a truly unique world that reminds us of the primal and the utopistic world at the same time. COR: …

“…the aim is to capture the perfection of life and make it apparent, only as death lays it bare.” – Adam Medford

Adam Medford is a talented American artist, who creates collages that are unsettling but bizarrely appealing at the same time. We asked him about his inspirations, and what goes on during his artistic process. COR: Please tell us a little about yourself! Adam Medford: Hello! I am an analog/digital collage artist currently living in Seattle, …

“I am ultimately interested in the spiritual and psychological aspects of queerness and ways I can generate expressive imagery that is reflective of these abstract experiences.” – Diana Palermo

The abstract photographer Diana Palermo digs deep in psychology and spirituality through this artistic tool. The lens-based artist works with this medium in collaboration with performance, poetry, printmaking, and fiber art to probe concepts related to power, intuition, gender, and psychosexual experience. COR: Tell us about the environment where you grew up! How did it …