• Photo by Kata Jóhanness
    Photo by Kata Jóhanness
    Hildur Elísa Jónsdóttir

    Artist. Born 1993 in Reykjavík, Iceland. Graduated from the Iceland University of the Arts’ fine art department in 2019. During her studies, she went on exchange to the Kunst und Vermittlung department at Hochschule Luzern, where her work Konzert für Spielzeug und Schwimmbad was chosen by curator Michael Sutter to be exhibited at the school’s best-of exhibition, K+. Hildur Elísa holds a diploma in classical clarinet from the Reykjavík College of Music and has performed widely with the Hamrahlid Choir. In her works, she uses institutional critique within performance, moving image, installation and music, to interrupt and criticize normative narrative and show her subjects from a new angle.

  • Dorina Juhász
    Born in Hungary. Lives and works in Szentlőrinc. After The High School of Arts of Pécs, She taked University of Pécs, Faculty of Arts as a painter in 2011. She has always been in interested in the graphics world. She made digital drawings and invitations when she was a child. She first met encountered graphics design at university, she designed wine labels and logos. In 2012, she participated for the first time in a group electrographic exhibition organized by the Hungarian Electrographic Art Association, it was the Sticker – small sized International exhibition. I was accepted as a member of the HEAA in 2019. The latest group exhibition in 2023 was the "Neumann 120" in the Kepes Institute in Eger.
  • Born 1963 in Jujuy, Argentina. Studied dance at Teatro Colón and architecture at Universidad de Buenos Aires. She also studied art at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes in Buenos Aires, La École supérieure des beaux-arts in Nimes and Staatliche Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf. Jujuy´s landscape and traditions, dancing, painting, architecture, ceramics and sewing are her art languages and her way of living.