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Featured: Megan-Leigh Heilig

Born in 1993 in Nelspruit South Africa, Megan-Leigh Heilig grew up in Johannesburg, graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand with a Bachelor in Fine Art (BFA) in 2015 and is currently studying towards a Masters in Fine Art (MFA) at the University of Cape Town. She works primarily in video, film, installation and sculpture, using these mediums to question notions of self: intersectionality within history, memory in personal and national archives. Megan has recently exhibited in the Seven Hills 2nd Kampala Biennale: Virtual Mobilities, curated by Elise Atangana, with a focus on selected video. She was also recently selected to participate in the International Video Art House Madrid

Featured: Benoît Maubrey

Audio Geishas, Electroacoustic kimonos with samplers, their sounds are triggered via light sensors and dancers’ movements. Benoit Maubrey was born in Washington D.C. in 1952 to French parents. In 1979, he transplanted to Berlin fortuitously placing himself in the raucous experimental 1980's Berlin scene, where sound art luminaries such as John Cage regularly performed. A disavowed painter who wanted more reach, more palpable energy, a living, moving form to his art, in 1982 Benoit began constructing Audio Jackets and in 1985 founded Die Audio Gruppe, a Berlin-based art group that to date build and perform with electronic clothes. Audio Geishas, Electroacoustic kimonos with samplers, their so

Featured Artist: Roland Wegerer

Roland Wegerer creates media artworks, photos, sculptures and performances. By questioning the concept of movement, Wegerer tries to grasp language. Transformed into art, language becomes an ornament. At that moment, lots of ambiguities and indistinctness's, which are inherent to the phenomenon, come to the surface. ​ Roland isolates the movements of humans and/or objects. By doing so, new sequences are created which reveal an inseparable relationship between motion and sound. By applying a wide variety of contemporary strategies, he finds that movement reveals an inherent awkwardness, a humor that echoes our own vulnerabilities. The artist also considers movement as a metaphor for the ever

Featured Artist: Natalia Jezova

Natalia's piece 'Adagio in Blue' was selected for for our pilot project 'Things we Wear'. It will be shown in November during a collaborative event with In Dresses Veritas Fashion boutique in Campbell, CA. To get acquainted with Natalia's aspirations and artistic research a few of her other works are being shwn on Ephemereye together with the artist's statement. Empty ruined houses, splintered window frames, door-less rooms; a series of black and white shots set the scene for London-based Russian artist, Natalia Jezova’s video work ‘Swallow’. She trawls through empty villages in Greece, left long since in the aftermath of the civil war. Schoolrooms still have icons on the wall, an empty cr

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