Jules Marquis encapsulates the omnivorous taste of that lo-fi curatorial forum. Working with and through sculpture, film, performance, installation, appropriation, and many other media, Marquis has created a body of work that is a balance of opposites; political and disengaged, holistic and site-specific, linear and circular. Jules Marquis is the collaborative work of Colin Snapp (1982, Lopez Island, USA) and Daniel Turner (1983, Portsmouth, USA).
Jani Ruscica (1978, Savonlinna, Finland) approaches his subjects like an anthropologist or sociologist, posing questions about our very being in the world — who we are, why we are what we are and what it all means. He is interested in places, cultural identities and how we define and communicate personal belonging in an increasingly mono-cultural and global society. The work of Ruscica explores the intersection between cinema, video art, theatre and performance.
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