Exploring the subjects of Art, Corporeality, Gender, Biology, Technology and Music, transmedia artist and gender activist Efe Ce Ele interconnects “opposites” concepts like mind/body, chaos/order, bad/good, man/woman, leftist/rightist in order to constantly confront the binary establishment of cultural hegemony. The methods she employs in her artworks reveals a vision of life, almost always a conflicting contrast between neo-expressionism and minimalist design, between abstraction and figuration, between health and illness, between cleanliness and abjection, and between other "in-betweens", always moving across conceptual boundaries.
Self-taught artist Julia Maria Morf uses the basic principle of “collage”, in the broadest sense of the word, to create environments where video can interact with other media. By mixing images, music, acting, dance and spatiality, her work uses cross media contexts to create installations, clips for screen, spaces for theatre and performances on stage. Passionate about technology, software and equipment, she is always on the lookout for new technologies in order to make use of them for the content and aesthetics of the vision of video art. Along the musician Thomas Fischer, she founded the multi-art collective pulp.noir and, since 2014, their research explores scenic, installative and performative possibilities of communicating the absurdity of life by producing bizarre-surreal chains of associations with the help of video, music, text and scene.