Aleksandra Stratimirovic (b. 1968) is a Swedish artist with a broad knowledge and understanding of light and lighting technologies, who creates temporary and permanent site-specific, public works.
Aleksandra Stratimirovic (b. 1968) is a Swedish artist with an extensive knowledge and understanding of light and lighting technologies who creates temporary and permanent site-specific works in the public space in her native country and abroad. In addition to her work as visual artist, Stratimirovic is co-founder of the Lighting Guerrilla Festival in Ljubljana, Slovenia and artistic director of the Skopje Light Art District in North Macedonia.
Public works include: Transmission, Grimeton Radio Station (2020); You Are The Dream, Gothenburg, Sweden (2020); Northern Lights, Amsterdam Light Festival; Heroes, Lilla Alby School, Sundbyberg (2015); Northern Lights, Jardin du Palais Royal, Paris; My Light Future, Ljubljana (2014); and Kaleidoscope, Skåne University Hospital, Lund (2013).
Daniel Canogar (b. 1964) is a Spanish artist living and working between Spain and the USA. He is interested in the possibilities of the projected image and installation art, and has created permanent public art installations and monumental artworks.SEE ARTIST
VOUW (est. 2017) is an Amsterdam-based design studio working at the crossroads of art, technology and design. The work of founders Mingus Vogel and Justus Bruns illuminates the human condition and opens the heart to the possibility of organic connection with other people and the planet.SEE ARTIST
Ayman Yossri Daydban
Ayman Yossri Daydban (b. 1966) is a Saudi based Palestinian-Jordanian artist whose multidisciplinary practice asks questions about existence, identity and belonging relating to cultural heritage.SEE ARTIST
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