Kamilya Kuspanova is a multimedia artist born in Kazakhstan, living and working in Paris.
She mainly focuses her art practice on the photography, videos and installations. In her work she explores the visible and invisible, solitude and isolation of individual perception to translate these layers into the oneness.
Anna Prokulevich is an image maker initially from Belarus, Minsk and now based in Paris. The subjects she is studying in her art, photographic and video, turn around the body sculpture and the elegance of its presence in space, the innocence of the moment and it's initial nature. Some of her work comes from the documentary area, emerging between time and spaces, in order to capture the texture, smell, atmosphere of the significant moment of the life timeline in a cinematographic spirit.
Born in 1982 in Paris, visual artist Julien Langendorff has been exhibiting his work in galleries and museums worldwide since the mid-00s. His mixed media collages, paintings and videos draw influence from the heritage of various modern subcultures to 19th century romanticism and an interest in the occult in order to create dreamy narratives infused with dark psychedelia and gothic atmosphere. A former musician in various underground acts, Julien has also directed music videos and collaborated with the likes of Thurston Moore (Sonic Youth) or french band Zombie Zombie. His works are included in various public and private collections.
Christina Abdeeva (b. 1990, Zlatoust, Russia) is a photographer whose work explores notions of contemplation and transcendence through modes of landscape and portraiture. She graduated from the British Higher School of Art & Design, Moscow in 2013, and from École Nationale Supérieure Louis-Lumière, Paris in 2015. Abdeeva's work has been the subject of solo and group exhibitions in Russia, France and Georgia. She currently lives and works in Paris.