Posts in Adventures 2019
Lighthouse & OSRAM

At Lighthouse, they’re working on creating opportunities for large companies and startups to find ways to work together. This is something they've found South Korean startups struggle with and it’s an issue we would like to help create a solution for.

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Adventures 2019: Leonie Bradbury

Although I’m not a practicing artist, I very much think of my curatorial practice as my creative practice. Organizing artists and art installations for a large outdoor festival requires a tremendous amount of logistical skills, but also demands a curatorial and creative vision that presents and contextualizes the works of art in a manner that is cohesive, yet provocative and exciting.

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Adventures 2019: Maria Patricia Tinajero

My creative works, promoting environmental and social awareness, explore the porosity of limits as interphases for creative encounters that traverse reality and fantasy. My latest installation, I_Legal (2018) uses paper as the first technology that allows global mobilization of ideas, a kind of global immigration that explores the connections among art, history, politics and the environment.

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Adventures 2019: Guðný Sara Birgisdóttir

My name is Guðný Sara Birgisdóttir and I am an artist based in Reykjavík Iceland, currently doing a traineeship in Berlin. I have a Bachelor's degree from the Iceland University of the Arts. I have mainly worked on installations with mixed mediums such as video, sound and texts. I try to penetrate most of the senses of the viewer with visuals, audio, smell. Even the movements of the viewer and how he walks inside the exhibition space.

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