Paula Tella is a Finnish artist who focuses on the body, and who uses embodiment in the core of her practice. She creates photographs, installations, drawings, paintings, performances...

Vilma Pimenoff is a visual artist whose work is rooted in photography. She is interested in the semiotics of the everyday, that is - how we understand the world around us through signs and symbols. Multiple perspectives, people's relations to the natural, and recently – power, are some of the themes she explores.

Juliana Irene Smith is a half Iranian, half American expat who works with generational trauma through material memory, photography and installation. The works are direct and unafraid of confrontation.

Marko Timlin is a Finnish-German artist creating artworks that link science with art, technology with nature and the past with the present. His artistic work centers on the technical, aesthetic and philosophical development of kinetic sound sculptures, dynamic light installations, performances with self-made sound machines and multimedia theater plays

Ana Gutieszca is a Mexican-Finnish visual and sound artist, an inventor of broken noises and graphite universes: she is fascinated by the transformation of drawing into sound and using graphite as a tool for sound making. In her drawings, she embraces the question of the animal and its ambivalent presence through symbolic thinking.

Natalia Kozieɫ-Kalliomäki is moving in the area of expanded printmaking and film. She is fascinated by the power of light, analogue technology, relation between camera and subject, distorted images and mesmerizing structures.

Roberto Fusco is an Italian media artist based in Helsinki. At the intersection of physical and computational processes, Roberto focuses his artistic research on the use of digital techniques capable of recording, reconstructing, and simulating reality, exposing the role of technology itself in mediating our perception and experience.

Pauliina Heinänen is an artist who works around the themes of presence, longing and belonging. All their works start from photographic thinking and are characterized by focusing on details.

Jane Hughes is an Irish artist who works with painting, drawing, installation and various collaborative projects. She is fascinated by remnants of the past, textures, otherworldly ambiance.

Jenni Niskala is a Finnish artist whose work moves around the questions of seeing, observing, experiencing and existing. She works mainly with printmaking.

Kamila Śladowska is an interdisciplinary visual artist who explores inspirations from culture anthropology and permacultural thinking about creation.

Simo Saarikoski works with video, performances and watercolour paintings. In his works he examines the phenomena of our time as well as the human psyche and the impact of humans on their environment. He is also part of the group Messianic Research Centre for Visual Ethics and the Pori-based T.E.H.D.A.S. collective.

Marloes van Son builds instruments, installations and systems. Her recent work focuses on sound objects, instrument building, graphic scores and experimental compositions. During performances Marloes plays her self-built instruments combined with voice according to precomposed scores.

Barbora Kachlíková is a Czech artist based in Finland. Her paintings are influenced by the farming neighbourhood of the Finnish village Ratula, where she lives and works.

Alison Wiklund’s exploration has, over many decades, focused on the visual arts and has ranged over many themes, different countries and cultures.

Lora Dimova is a Bulgarian-Finnish artist based in Helsinki. Her work explores the ephemeral and extrasensorial spaces, the inner and outer territories of the body.