Time has come for part three of the Rebellion issue. With the sub-theme ‘Mental Disorder’, KSAT is arrannged for the first time in Sweden, in Malmö.
In Malmö a collaborative installation will take place under the name ‘Atlas of the least obvious’
1 Week to go and here are the artists participating:
Carl Larsson, Carolin Hansson, Cisse Bomholt, Elisabeth Gellein, Erik Lagerwall, Erika Östman, Gwendoline Perrigueux, Magnus Caverius, Margrete Bjone Engelien, Mia Frykholm, Nawel Oulad, Oscar Glemme, Thibault Pomares, Yasmine Tashk
We’re looking forward to some amazing days out on the field. Please come join us!
Yasmine and me met quite a while ago because of some strange astral connections.
She’s a natural born illustrator and art flood in her veins although her scientific studies.
Thanks to Thibault’s help, we will discover the place where she works on her new projects, as well as some past experimentations with animation and comics. Here is my partner in crime, Yasmine. Enjoy.
Go to Yasmine’s blog and know more about her!
Last week KSAT had a magic speed date at Mesh Print Club in Rotterdam. Thanks to the amazing help of Gita and Mike from Atelier Mike Leach, we picked up the basics of silk screen printing and did our first tryout with our brend new screens! PROUD OF IT! Check out Martina working in the silk screen workshop, and how we build up the screens…
Learing from the masters…
And experimenting at Post–Office!
Get your own silk screen print at KSAT#7 LAUNCH on December 14th, Post–Office! See you there!
Days are hectic and exciting for KSAT TEAM and the artists. Everybody puts his magnificent effort to build up a remarkable exhibition and show. This is what happened in the last days at Post–Office, Rotterdam! A special thank you to Hans and Panos for the technical and emotional support.
Panos handyman of the year!
FiCreativo at work on their installation and their material hunt!
Thanks to Hans! And his electrician skills!
Our little Gabriella landed in Rotterdam last friday…
And already started to work on her installation
Julie testing her projection and patterns at Post Office…
Late night meeting in the cold Post Office-Siberia! Cheers!
Soon new updates!
Gabriella Hirst is an Australian artist from Sydney. We met her while she was doing a residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris.
She works with a large variety of medias. She is one of the artists that was selected to take part in the Rotterdam exhibition « Rebellion with no cause » that is going to take place at Post–Office on December 14th.
Here is a video that presents the work she has been developping during her residency in Paris.
You can check more of her art here.
Video by Martina Margini
Time to find our way through the streets of Rotterdam. Surprisingly the weather is fantastic.
We arrive at Post Office super enthusiastic to get to work and start brainstorming ideas
Discussing our potential connection with the neighborhood we are in.
Interesting discussions and exchange.
Sylvan presents some of his ideas regarding his project Playful Revolution
Time to play !
Screening of La Haine
Late brainstorming session
Time to go home and to experience dutch tall bikes.
Thanks to our friends that helps at the event and particularly to Nada and Jessica that did the catering.
Thanks to our partner http://www.latelelibre.fr that did the video and to the Maison du Portugal and the festival Parfum de Lisbonne.
Thanks to the performers at the event : Neue Grafik – Alice and Adrien Martins, Jean Thévenin, Dana Muskat – Ksenia Lukyanova – Gustav Lejelind - Kirikoo Des / Raphaël Stora / Ndoho – Jonathan Foussadier - Cécile Chaput .