Gilles Muller is an architect and artist who has been living back in Luxembourg for a little over a year.
Architecture and art have many things in common and are one of the most beautiful aspects of human effectiveness.
Art is able to stimulate the soul and can trigger something unexpected in people.
The messages modulated on these stimulations give art the potential of a useful tool.
Another inspiring thing about art is that it is a unique language that knows no boundaries and that goes far beyond words, it works strongly with the unconscious and the subconscious mind.
While experimenting a lot with colour, compositions, forms, materials and textures, it’s the interplay of strongly defined lines and the subtle gradations of backgrounds in Gilles’s works that creates a balance between abstraction and figuration.
Jo Malano, a painting and graffiti artist from Luxembourg.
To him, nature is one of the most important aspects of his work and one will always recognize this aspect in the variouspieces.
His pieces are all a mixture of abstract art with organic natural elements and a lot of colours with which he creates hisown worlds.
Over the years, he has created his personal touch and signature, which is a colourful combination of fluid and wild lines that add a specific touchto his pieces.
Henri is a surreal illustration artist from a small town called Bergem in Luxembourg.
Ever since he can hold a pencil, Henri has become obsessed with drawing, graphics and design.
In 2017, he took a break from studying Architecture in Vienna, to turn his passion into his job. Since then he has been busy as a freelance artist between Luxembourg and Vienna.
He finds his inspiration in human psychology, everyday life and nature while always looking for a plot twist.
Being very attentive to structure, associations and detail from an early age on, “Heng”, has made it his motivation to share his impressions and thoughts with his fellow humans in form of visual stories and texts.
“Where there is communication, there are thoughts
and emotions that move us.
Closer to each other,
Caroline is a Brazilian self-taught artist.
Art has and will always be her first love.“
I personally perceive my art work as a pure expression of love, intense exploration of feelings whilst questioning life and the human being in a philosophical and provocative point of view.”
In other words, art is my type of anarchy & rebellion.
My approach to art has been described as sensitive, minimalistic, subtle & powerful, while having a polemic and provocative twist.
Some describe it as sexual, I describe it as love.
I am particularly drawn into one continuous line where the art engages with the audible and vice versa, as if it’s a discovery of each other.
“Shocking my audience in various ways, that’s my goal”
Lascar is a collage and illustration artist from Luxembourg.
His initial approach towards collage was rooted in his recognition of the works of the Dadaist movement. Ever since, his appetite for destruction and rebuilding anew only grew stronger.
Shifting perspectives by exploring the conflict between a content well-known to our eye and its estranged counterpart, is what shapes his works and its dynamic. After shifting through discarded paper media and freeing images from their initial purpose, the artist instigates a process of renegotiating the values of the subjects by compilling, re-appropriating, and earranging the collected cut-outs thus initiating a dialectical process.
His works intuitively reflects the inner state of mind, observing the outer world through the porthole of his view upon society itself.
By following the path of the Grotesque and opposing its content to the seemingly beautiful, the good and the true, the artist hopes achieving a purrifying impact on the viewer and thereby unfolding the chance of creating new narratives as well as the revision of so-called truth.
Mia is passionate about the female body and wonders about the problems of the women who deal with it.
Should it be shown? Yes, but how and within what limits?
The look of society which tends to sexualise it disturbs her deeply. Her mission is therefore to overturn the codes at the risk of de-pleasing.
With her brush, Mia manages to express her source of inspiration and her perception of the female body. She advocates this in a certain way through her works but for women and not against men.
What’s in a story, though? How does the story develop authenticity? More to the point, how does such a story create that trusting feeling that customers crave?