Topic: Multi-Media

Film still from Angus McCullough's video art work "See Through #2" pictures a young man walking into a field, his body disappearing, with only the face still partially visible.

Angus McCullough

Multidisciplinary American artist Angus McCullough uses art as an investigative tool to explore existential and civilizational questions in a personal way. His techniques range from video works, writing, assemblage, music, performance, architecture, to occult techniques such as lucid dreaming.

Linda Post

Linda Post is an US-American multimedia artist and educator who explores the sculptural limits of time-based media via video, installation, sculpture, audio, and photography. Her work is often site-specific, involving psychogeographic mental and aesthetic explorations; a choreography of the everyday; and the creation of links across time and space.

Routine & Happiness

In their duo show, Routine & Happiness, artists Joaquin Margulis Luchsinger (Chile) & Mari Nagem (Brazil) contrast the dutiful monotony of everyday life with a quest for the idea of happiness, employing such techniques as video, sound art, multimedia, painting and installation. Mari Nagem’s work demonstrates how the idea of happiness is commodified and used […]

Isabel Ramos

Isabel Ramos

Visual artist Isabel Ramos works in a multi-disciplinary way, employing and combining mediums such as video, New-Media, VR, participatory performance, choreography and installation. Ramos uses the body to explore its position and traces in our increasingly accelerating technological age. She develops solo projects as well as working as part of the UK based “Keiken Collective.” […]

Natusha Croes

Could that last sentence be the title? – Natusha Croes

During Gallery Weekend Berlin, April 29th 2017, 6-9pm, SomoS presents “Could that last sentence be the title?” – a multi media performance, short film screening and book launch by artist Natusha Croes (Aruba), who has been an artists in residence at SomoS for the last three months. The Caribbean artist has been developing experimental musical […]