ilan Katin

ilan katin (b.1972) is a Berlin based artist who currently makes non-figurative drawings, occasionally collaborates with musicians doing live visual performances, and sometimes ventures into the creation of installations.
He has been collaborating with Jasmine Guffond since 2013 providing visual accompaniment to her music performances using a computer and video projector. He sees it as an evolving conversation.  

His approach involves listening carefully many times over to the sounds and seeing in his mind what forms emerge, ensuring that the compositions convey the narrative of the sounds in the best way possible.
Also of importance is finding ways to interact with those compositions in a live setting in a conscious manner that will convey to the audience his role. Some elements may follow sounds precisely, and these are rehearsed to ensure that they are. Other elements may be left without any interaction because they faithfully fulfil what the music conjures up for him.  

In addition to visual accompaniment ilan has collaborated with Jasmine on several audio visual installations of his own design. He also creates music videos and cover art for her releases. These are often based on the material he produces for her live performances. They have also collaborated on several audio visual pieces that have been published as NFT’s.  For the Spring of 2024 they are to collaborate on several audio visual works to be presented at the esteemed Fousion Gallery in Barcelona, Spain.
 

Jasmine Guffond

Jasmine Guffond is an artist and composer working at the interface of social, political and technical infrastructures. Across music and art contexts her practice spans live performance, recording and installation. Through the sonification of data she addresses the potential of sound to engage with contemporary political questions and engages listening as a situated knowledge practice. Her work has been presented internationally across galleries, art institutions and electronic music festivals such as, Akademie der Kunste (DE), CTM (DE), SAAVY Contemporary (DE), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (DE), Kunstraum Bethanian (DE), Tischlerei Deutsche Oper (DE), TRAFO (PL), MOMus (GR), GRM (FR), Ian Potter (AU), Audio Foundation (NZ), Pecci Center (IT), Simultan Festival (RO), Tenerife Espacio de las Arts (ES), Contemporary Art Centre Córdoba (C3A, ES). She has released solo records with the Sonic Pieces, Karl Records and Editions Mego labels. A new album, Alien Intelligence is due in 2024 on OOH-Sounds.

Mr. Jago

Born in the UK in 1972, Duncan Jago is considered a veteran of the urban art and design community. He has been described as a pioneer of the Scrawl Movement. Growing up in the small village of Eye in Suffolk, Jago had an intense interest in graffiti, which led him to study illustration in Bristol. He graduated from the University Of The West of England in Bristol in 1998. It was there that Jago met Steff Plaetz and Will Barras, which led the way to the start of the now renowned Scrawl Collective agency. Mr. Jago’s skills lie in everything from painting and illustration to creating artwork and designs for some of the biggest international brands. He presented alongside other members of the Wizard Kings at the W / K show at Fousion Gallery curated by sheOne, a special edition of black and white paintings.

Sibylle Jazra

The arworks by Sibylle Jazra are pervaded with references of art ­history. Sometimes in an ironic way, other times, subtly disturbed. The versatile artist plays with artistic references with a sharp but, at the same time, light humoristic tone that is not directly disrupt by iconographical burdens. 

Stendec

Graeme Turnbull, aka Stendec, is a Scottish Artist, who has made London his home. He grew up in Glasgow where his appetite for art was spurred on by the UK’s creative urban culture. He balances his time between working on high end commercial vfx projects where he creates stunning 3D imagery and his more primal hand drawn art, which is often limited to a basic palette of line and tone. Stendec’s paintings incorporate elements from his visual effects background, among a myriad of other influences including architecture, form geometry, negative space and street culture. He strives to create original work that does not conform to the standards of traditional street art, by deconstructing architecture and toying with the building and breaking of perspective he creates geometrical paintings characterized with unpredictability and controlled chaos.

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