Prompted by Emma Roper-Evans to answer her interview questions for The Sunday Tribune Online, I thought it was appropriate to use those answers to accompany my entry to the Plague and Locusts 2020. I started my life in St Petersburg, then moved to the San Francisco Bay area, then toRead on!
As video art is situated on the cusp of art and technology, it is not always easy to separate it from film making or performance. The fluid boundaries include an innumerable variety of short form moving image work from abstract visuals to fictional narratives with everything in-between. Responding to Ephemereye’s artistRead on!
“Ella’s work is informed by the urge to tell the truth and warp the truth simultaneously. Landscapes, intimate moments with friends and family members, their body and the constant questioning of identity count for the majority of their work. Their art practice centres around sexuality, sexual health and marginality, anRead on!
Jonathan’s work predominantly explores the construction of a romanticised, melancholic and self-deprecating notion of Englishness presented in the reoccurring qualities of subjective utopian philosophies. The work presents a collection of hybrid characters [Joe Orton Paddington Bear. Alan Moore Count Duckula. Brian Clough The Brain. Kate Bush Eeyore…] who explore thisRead on!
Daniela Lucato is an Italian based in Berlin. Daniela Lucato started playing theatre in Padua while studying at the university. After her degree in Philosophy she moved to Rome, Wellington and finally Berlin where she works as an actress/filmmaker. The Birthday (2014), her first short film written/directed in mandarin/english language,Read on!
Participating in Ephemereye’s Plague and Locusts 2020 virtual show with her video work, Jill Gibson is first of all a sculptor. Her distinct voice is as recognizable in video as it is in her sculptures. Jill shared her thoughts about her life and art in the pandemic and how unexpectedlyRead on!
I am David Delgado, a visual artist working mostly in paintings but not exclusively. Although my education is been in graphic and product design, my practice has been focused on contemporary arts since the first moment. Even more, I remember having this aim since primary school time. Very into abstractRead on!
During our virtual conversation with Danielle Imara, we asked her to introduce herself and her work. Danielle is a participating artist in our virtual show Plague and Locusts 2020. Here you can see her work. E. Please tell our readers a little about yourself, your practice and interests in theRead on!
My video art practice has always been a way for me to organize my thoughts – specifically those thoughts that feel as if they don’t belong in any real worldly dialogue. They are not thoughts I would normally express in conversation with others, but instead are what I might sayRead on!
In conversation with Nicholas Goergen, we asked the artist to share with us his thoughts on how the Pandemic of 2020 is influencing his life and work. Honey I’m Home. Nicholas Goergen, 2020 E: Please tell us about yourself, your art practice and life in normal times. NG: My nameRead on!