Eric Hattan (born 1955 in Wettingen) is a Swiss concept-, video-, performance- and installation-artist. Eric Hattan departs from concrete objects and spaces. He questions places, architectures and situations of all-day-life through breaking regularities and subversing the assumed stasis of the world with playful irony.
For over thirty years Renée Levi has been questioning the medium of painting. She investigates colour, the application of paint, its body, and its space on various image carriers as well as in installations. She was born 1960, in Istanbul and grew up in Aargau. Today, she lives and works in Basel.
Jürg Stäuble’s works are based on geometric design principles that he first lays out in series of drawings, modifies in a wide variety of ways with intuitive interventions, and extends spatially in precise construction plans and working models. In so doing, he experiments with penetrations, overlaps, sequences, torsions and displacements of geometric bodies and surfaces. In this sense, his form-finding, which he often works through in groups of artworks, does not constitute abstraction of real objects, but concretion of abstract models. The fact that this, in turn, triggers associations with familiar natural entities is a welcome side effect.
Monica Studer, born 1960 in Zürich, and Christoph van den Berg, born 1962 in Basel. New media projects in collaboration since 1991, internet projects since 1996. 2003 visiting professorship for new media at the Kunsthochschule Kassel, GER. Both live and work in Basel, Switzerland