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Plague and Locusts 2020. October. Pierre Ajavon

Covid-19 Incident, Pierre Ajavon. 2020. Pierre Ajavon is a visual artist, composer & musician. He lives in Paris and exhibits internationally. After sociology studies focused on psychedelic culture, he embarked on a long musical journey as a composer and multi-instrumentalist. He moved into video art when he saw the possibility of bringing the sound and moving image together. He specialized in researching sound visualizing via Pop imagery. Mixing electronic music, psychedelic rock and field recording for his musical research. Intending to “film sound” and transform it into pictures, his approach strive to hinge his musical thought on postmodern visual aesthetics which draw its references bot

Plague and Locusts 2020. October. Veronyka Lau

Eat, Veronyka Lau 2020 In conversation with Veronyka Lau, learning about her art practice and about herself. "I came into art rather late in life. I was in animal activism and was a martial art instructor before art and it was through the connections made in civil society and the art community in Singapore that I became interested in the contemporary art scene and inhabiting this curious space of art/not art. My first projects were with a group in Singapore called Post-Museum that makes art with a strong collectivistic approach. Because of the pandemic, it was inevitable that many artists, including myself, started exploring digital presentations in a serious way. I am part of a performance

Plague and Locusts 2020. September-October. Katherine Sweetman.

Answering our questions, Katherine Sweetman shares her thoughts on current creative climate, her inspirations and plans, and showing her work that she submitted to Ephemereye Plague and Locusts 2020 virtual show. Weird, Katherine Sweetman. 2020. Today, I tend to classify myself as an artist, content creator, and/or documentary filmmaker. About a decade ago I was on some kind of academic-intellectual track, but I was distracted by my passion for pop culture and mainstream media creation. I veered in that direction and ended up in Los Angeles. Where I still reside with my partner and our newly acquired pandemic-pet, a stray cat named FuzzMerelda. She’s critiquing me this very moment watching m

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