Felipe Prado (b. 1981) is a Chilean multidisciplinary artist who creates multimedia and video installations, animations, photographs, visuals for live performances, music videos, and complete visual identities.
Felipe Prado (b. 1981) is a Chilean multidisciplinary artist who works primarily in the visualization of music. He creates multimedia and video installations, animations, photographs, visuals for live performances, music videos, video mappings and complete visual identities for music festivals.
Prado creates light art installations that often include an element of audience participation. Notable works include Picto Sender Machine, an installation for the 7th edition of the Amsterdam Light Festival (2018-19).
Ali AlJabri (b. 1980) grew up in the city of Sohar in an environment filled with science and literature. After his formal art education, he experimented with a large number of mediums and techniques before finding his passion in marble, and solely working with the medium since 2012.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
Urs Fischer (b. 1973) mines the potential of materials — from clay, steel, and paint to bread, dirt, and produce — creating works that disorient and bewilder.SEE ARTIST
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