Plague and Locusts 2020: David Cohn

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 say

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Plague and Locusts 2020: Nicholas Goergen

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 name

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Plague and Locusts 2020: Natalia Jezova

What could be more enchanting than a mystery? I suppose, only the love for the mystery and the quest which one embarks on in trying to solve it. I am a Russian-born artist who lives in London. I communicate through a wide variety of media, including photography, film and installation.

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Plague and Locusts 2020: Carlotta Storelli

International and interdisciplinary artist, she studies theater, dance and art. She is dedicated to interdisciplinary language research as an interpreter, choreographer and pedagogue. Born in Switzerland on April 4, 1990, in the city of Locarno where she receives her baccalaureate at the CSIA school. After graduating she moved to Spain

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Plague and Locusts 2020. November: Nancy Wyllie.

Nancy Wyllie. Courtesy of the artist. Trained as a painter, my work became extremely narrative as it matured. I remember being asked more than once if making films was something I would pursue. After completing a Master’s at RISD and Tulane University, I moved to SoHo where I continued my

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Plague and Locusts 2020. November: Matteo Campulla.

Continuing a series of interviews with video artists who responded to our artist call Plague and Locusts 2020 with had a virtual Q&A with Matteo Campulla. Outside, Matteo Campulla. I am 38 years old and I am a Sardinian artist based in Milan, Italy. After graduating from the artistic high

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Plague and Locusts 2020. November: Eija Temisevä.

“I perform myself in many of my videos. Pictures tell more than my words about my video work.” Eija Temisevä. I am a Finnish sculptor who started to make videos 2013 after teaching sculpture for 26 years. I am a self educated video artist. Now I get a little pension

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Plague and Locusts 2020. October: Veronyka Lao

Eat, Veronyka Lau 2020 “I came into art rather late in life. I was in animal activism and was a martial art instructor before art and it was through the connections made in civil society and the art community in Singapore that I became interested in the contemporary art scene

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Plague and Locusts 2020: Katherine Sweetman

Answering our questions, Katherine Sweetman shares her thoughts on current creative climate, her inspirations and plans, and showing her work that she submitted to Ephemereye Plague and Locusts 2020 virtual show. Weird, Katherine Sweetman. 2020. Today, I tend to classify myself as an artist, content creator, and/or documentary filmmaker. About

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Plague and Locusts 2020: Pierre Ajavon

Pierre Ajavon is a visual artist, composer & musician. He lives in Paris and exhibits internationally. After sociology studies focused on psychedelic culture, he embarked on a long musical journey as a composer and multi-instrumentalist. He moved into video art when he saw the possibility of bringing the sound and

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