Auriane Delannoy
AJNA by Auriane Delannoy
ALizée Cayla
Originaire de Vence dans les Alpes Maritimes, je suis aujourd’hui artiste et graphiste freelance à Toulouse. J’interviens dans l’élaboration de supports de communication variés tels que les imprimés, la signalétique, l’objet ou le textile. Sensible aux problématiques sociétales et aux enjeux inter-relationnels, je développe une approche du design basée sur les valeurs d’échange, de tolérance et d’empathie. J’ai d’ailleurs consacré mon projet de fin d’études à la conception d’outils destinés à familiariser les enfants avec leurs émotions. Dans le prolongement de cette recherche, j'étends les expérimentations traitant de la relation entre forme artistique et vie émotionnelle à l’ensemble de ma pratique et je poursuis la réflexion autour du développement de dispositifs favorisant l’éducation aux compétences psychosociales. Je suis par ailleurs en cours d’écriture et d’illustration d’un album jeunesse. Mon univers visuel s’est construit au fil des rencontres, d’expériences de voyages et de mes formations. Je l’envisage désormais comme un terrain de jeu graphique me permettant d’explorer différentes interprétations du sensible par la couleur, la forme et la composition.
L’ensemble de mon travail gravite autour de la notion d’équilibre. À la manière d’une acrobate, je jongle avec les formes et les couleurs jusqu’à trouver la combinaison qui me semblera la plus « juste ». C’est dans ce jeu que je puise mon énergie. J’ai souhaité que ce dessin soit représentatif de ma pratique en général, on y retrouve les symboles et les couleurs issues de la nature qui me sont chers : les fleurs, les astres ou les oiseaux, autant d’éléments qui me permettent d’équilibrer la balance, qui me donnent l’impulsion nécessaire pour explorer encore.
Lukas Kochendörfer
Thesen am Tresen
Lukas Kochendörfer is an artist and architecture student in the masters program at the ./ studio 3 in Innsbruck as well as a member of the Innsbruck based collective of Krater Fajan (www.kraterfajan.com).
His artwork is ranging from digital media works , like 'Hieronymus Garden Of Digital Delight - Interpretations of Agis' seen at Ars Electronicas, Barcelona Garden in 2020, to traditional media like drawings on paper or canvas.
His work for Super Corp's, Energy collective exhibition at Espronceda, is focusing on the energy of the city and the people that create it.
The vibrant times a night creates, the discussions, movements and plans that are being made and chanced. The synergetic flow of the moment, within the city and the people you meet, see or interact with along the way.
Referring to this motion is in one way the mixed media piece "Thesen am Tresen" or 'Theories at the Bar', which is refering to those nights in a collaged manner. The canvas is trying to catch the drive these energetic nights create, the topics that are being discussed as well as where the choices that are being made along the way will take one.
In addition to that are the three drawings on paper that show impressions of the people you meet on your way, drawn in an intuitive motion.
The inhabitans of the city are shown in relation to the subjective impression they have on you, the city itself or the moment. The 'People you meet. I, II, III' are being depicted in lines of ink and brush strokes of watercolour, representing their momentarily presence.
ADIROUX
À travers ces réalisations vectoriel et vidéo j'ai voulu m'inspirer de l 'art cinétique tout en m'inspirant des lignes de délimitation de tous terrains de sport confondu (Football, basket, handball…). 
L'inspiration provient d'une œuvre de Victor Vasarely (Bi-forme) ainsi que la réalisation Street-Art de III-Studio au terrain de basket Duperré à Pigalle. Mon but est de créer un terrain de sport impraticable grâce aux mauvaises délimitations, mais dans l'ensemble j'essaie de trouver une cohérence épurée, pour qu' au premier coup d'œil le spectateur se questionne sur les formes apparentes ou bien une éventuelle partie de quelconque sport.
Dans un premier temps je vous montre mais recherche graphique de mes terrains puis ensuite il y a la réalisation d'accessoires pour les supporters (design de maillot de sport, drapeau (réalisation en 3D)…).
J'ai nommé ce projet Grand Rinter pour faire parler les jeunes qui passent la journée dans un City Stade comme si des grands matchs de grande compétition y avaient lieu.

Aurélie Edwige Léger
I’ve choosed a social approach of the word « energy » , in my opinion the best version of it is free energy (also I fancy Nicolas Tesla’s work). Unlike some of the energies we use nowadays, free energy is a concept full of possibilities and free from social domination. The painting represents an UFO and therefore our desire of another society: in the collective unconscious, the idea of meeting aliens seems more enjoyable than what we’ve been witnessing at the moment...

AURA ROIG
Figurative painting as a weapon against the (dis)representation that has been made of women and dissident identities in the history of Western art, driven and filtered by a patriarchal and sexist society.
I believe that man, who has painted us and self-represented for centuries, cannot understand the need to create a new visual imaginary where woman is the active subject of art and not the passive object.
I believe that art can change the world, and I participate in activist feminist spaces.

Wilhelm Schërubl Jr. & Klaus Konrad
Two molecules in love
We move in space, from somewhere in the dark we hear music. It makes our body vibrate, down to the smallest particle. Particles meet, particles diverge, they bounce of each other or merge and set energy free. In harmony with the music we reflect the energy conservation law. Everything vibrates. Everything is energy!
PONXE
"Atom kids" montre trois personnages bouche bée portant des lunettes de protection, en train de regarder le champignon d'une explosion atomique.

VLADYSLAV BOYKO
Studies on energy
Our inner energy is a power which operates, motivates us, lets us exist. We need to take care of it and gain the knowledge how to use, save and produce it. The unconscious treatment towards your energy may cause unpleasant consequences. This small poster diptych portrays my vision and thoughts on the phenomenon of our energy, what can happen to it and what to avoid. 

RIK NIEUWDORP
My artwork is inspired by, as you can perhaps guess, the psychedelic movement of the late 1960’s - and everything that came with it: I would consider myself to be somewhat of a digital hippie. With a background in graphic design, I’m a big fan of clean, flowing lines and a relatively limited (but carefully chosen) color palette. Due to the nature of psychedelic artwork, I would consider a lot of my work to be very high-energy. You can get lost in it and cross your eyes, until you get a headache. Every artwork is named after a different song, likely one of the psychedelic variety. If you like the art, you will like the songs as well - but I think they work best together
Turn off your mind, relax and float downstream. Hi, my name is Rik Nieuwdorp, it’s nice to meet ya. I’m 23 years old, from The Netherlands, but based in Berlin. I work as a graphic designer, art director and illustrator. I love anythin g psychedelic. If it makes you blink thrice, there’s a good chance I adore it. Most of my time is spent creating, and the rest appreciating other people’s creativity. The past quarantine gave me time to focus on my art and develop my style; I am very grateful for this and it has strengthened my believe that there’s always a bright side of things. I hope you have a beautiful day! 
SA6ETTU
YONATAN GRIFFON
JESSIE WONG
Little Windows
Look at the people in the house with every little window from the outside, you will probably find that we are the largest energy source on earth, running the whole place to make it shine.
Artist raised in Hong Kong. Love animals and flowers. Like to use bright colors to bring life and fantasy to the works. Hope that through my paintings, more people will feel the love and beauty of the world, and the love will be stored in their hearts and passed on to more people.
GWENDAL PERON
Les Vautours
Lorsque la poussière est retombée, les flammes éteintes, les cris étouffés, viennent les vautours.
J’ai voulu documenter les événements d’un angle différent, en faisant parler le jour d’après, les restes des manifestations.
J’ai découvert ce dimanche matin une scène incroyable sur les Champs Elysées, des centaines de personnes erraient entre les cadavres de voitures, comme moi.
Principalement par curiosité, des personnes seules, en famille, tout types de personnes. J’ai essayé de rendre compte de cette scène post apocalyptique par quelques images issues de la pellicule faite ce jour la.
Rien ne se perd tout se transforme, l’énergie du chaos est glanée par les curieux.
LUCILE VAN LAEKEN 
JERUSA SIMONE
DIEGO GOMEZ
I’m Diego Gómez, photographer based in Tenerife, Canary Islands. I found in analogue photography a perfect way to escape from my routine and develop my creativity at the same time. I’ve been photographing for more than a year now.
When I see through my lens I mainly try to focus on the contemplation of the human face in different contexts. The person in front of me is always the principal actor or actress of the scene who plays her own role and then is capable of recognize herself by seeing her own portrait.

JULIE CALUS
James McComish
Energy is always moving, ever changing and constantly passing through us all. Colour Wheel is a dynamic light installation which takes the simple concept of the colour wheel and turns it into a beautiful and ever changing visual experience.
The four LED tubes provide the four main colours of the colour wheel around the edges of a freely suspended white circle. The colours blend and mix to produce the full spectrum of colours across the central circle, and various sequences are programmed to run in order to highlight the possibilities of different blends of colour.
DIEGO EZIA
"Skin, stone and sea"
I am Diego Ezía. I am visual artist, 
I was born in a small city called Salamanca and, three years ago, I escaped to Barcelona where I have flourished in the world of audiovisual communication, creativity and photography. I like looking at people without being seen in order to appreciate the interaction between them and with the environment and to capture those moments through photographies and videos to be able to look at them again whenever I want.
For me, energy is the search for a space that we want to occupy when something prevents us. Energy is the tool to escape from where we are and to seek who we are.
Through the composition of images, I have wanted to reflect through three moments of three elements. The stone as an element of resistance to the water that collides with it and does not allow it to occupy its space quietly. The wave breaking against the stone that blocks it and does not allow it to open space to go further, and the skin as a human expression of sincerity in that search for its own space between the other two elements that hinder it.
DANIELA RODRIGUEZ
Daniela Rodriguez is a Colombian multidisciplinary visual artist based in Atlanta, Georgia. Focusing on illustration, video, and animation, Daniela’s work is informed by scholarly engagement with cultural and environmental studies as well as informally through travelling, farming, and community-building. Through their work, Daniela embraces experimentation through resourcefulness, collaboration, and multidisciplinarity; it combines DIY approaches and Colombian traditional art influence. This trial-and-fail-mix-and-matching process is interested in the relationship between domesticity and abstraction; basically, Daniela aims to take the mundane and shapeshift it into extravagance, all through dense, layered and poetic compositions. 
In their latest illustration collection, Daniela captures the hidden explosiveness and energy from every-day processes such as fights between household pets, the rock cycle, and self-reflection. Through these heightened representations, Daniela aims to recalibrate the audience's perspectives on the ordinary as spectacular. 
In their video work, Daniela parallels the slow-paced and insulated energy brought by covid-19 quarantine. Similarly to Daniela’s drawings, their video work aims to encourage pause and reflection, but in a more minimalistic and centralized way. Through claymation and digital  animation, Daniela is able to poetically represent the mundane via color and texture, and thus, capture daily energy into short video poems. 
QIANHUI YU
'2020 Her digital Avatar' is my digital art illustration project, I see it as a self identity project, which represents as self energy, the look of avatar changes regularly influenced by my personal status, it is a reflection of my current feeling.
Qianhui Yu is an animation director, illustrator, creative visual artist living in London, who specialized in character design, also enthusiastic about making creative visual design practices. Graduated from Royal College of Art 
MARIO GILDARDO
My proposal for this time in Energy is because i considered myself a prolific painter, enthusiastic and endeavor producer, with rage and energy i make my artworkds, physics and gymnastics behind it, my proposal is my body of artworks i developed in few time, energy has been involved in my art since i start making a lot of images , this obsession of making pictures with my dilemmas and technical skills makes me who i am now as an artist, productive and swiflty quickly.
Silvino Mendonça 
A heavy weight moves in the only possible direction (2015 - 2020).
Silvino Mendonça was born in Brasília, Brazil, in 1987. In his artistic research, he investigates the residual identity of shared spaces and the conflict relations between landscape and inhabitant through photographs, videos and installations.  

MAïté marque
"Energy for me is a positive or negative force that monitors actions.  Energy is what motivates me to create, especially dark energy. I process my anxiety and hard feelings and it helps me come with an idea for an illustration. I am obsessed with the theme of witches and witchery and it is a world full of energy, being a witch for me is being able to control our our personal energy."

BATES BELK
“Energy” is the ability to use one’s own imagination to freely create hallucinations and be able to live in a world filled with dreams, fantasies and illusions. The music video “Hallucinations” by Bates Belk takes place in the mind of anyone whom is able to use their energy to experience life, that is not based on reality, but is based on observing the world in any way they so choose.
RORY GRIFFIN
Taking in mind the theme of 'ENERGY' - there is a certain energy created between a model and a photographer when they shoot together. As much energy is put in by both parties and it is needed to create engaging imagery. 

FEMI IKOTUN
ATTACKER
"The art work describes the energy to react when I am amazed. " 

KAORU SHIBUTA
The world connected by sound.
Kaoru Shibuta translate musical notes into images and contemporary installations. In addition, through local culture and energy of atmosphere, he create a poetic symphony composed of images, colours and harmony, which is a perfect fusion between nature, music and art.
"If Mozart is the one who composes music to link the terrestrial world to the celestial world, I am the one who undertakes him to propagate it with my painting. If Beethoven composed to surpass philosophy,then I undertake to give them a shape with my paintings. J・S・Bach is the old testament Bible of the classical music."
NEVENA MARKOVIC
"Empathy" (2020), digital print, 40x32.5 cm.
Figural composition and its poetic background problematize the psychological structure of society and represent an expression of empathy as one of the most valuable resources in the world. With its roots in the ancient world and philosophy, the theme and message of this artwork are an appeal to humaneness, that does not accept the view of the inevitability of undesirable human behavior, because it is not an innate but an acquired aspect of human nature. Empathy has the power/energy to heal humanity from the trauma and other psychological problems that people all over the planet are struggling with.
BOGDAN BORUZ
GABOR MOLNAR
Gabor Molnar is an artist from Budapest, Hungary. Following his creative passion started to learn digital art techniques back in 2010. In 2019 decided to share his artwork with a wider audience via social medial channels which served the foundation of a contemporary visual project called Dformer.
He wants to mediate controversial, bittersweet emotions through his aerie yet thoughtful scenes
"However the images reflect my mood, still could be interpreted in many different ways and I love how my audience can attach something personal to that from their lives. These series connects many different areas, but one of the constant motives is water, sea, and light. As you may guess these images reflect many of our current global problems, such as endangered species, clear environment and waters, and depleting energy sources." 

Ursula Pfligersdorffer
MOBTIK
About running, about being behind, about big moments, about daily life.. by Kuesti Fraun Camera, Editing - Chris Brandl Cast - Andreas Uehlein Production: mobtik
Belukhina Ekaterina
ANA Jovanovska

Soft Sun

Copy Sun

PAULIUS Sliaupa
Ritual introduces a possible symbiosis of culture and nature and an alternative fragile relationship with the world. The character, dressed in a gentle protective suit moves slowly in an empty field surrounded by vertical branch drawings that remind of human figures and archaic structures. She adapts and nurtures an alternative society which has the potential to become a forest. By performing various rituals she discovers her relationship with the environment.

Performed by Elia Claessen.
Music developed by Suzan Peeters.
GUGI GOO
Fernando Hermogenes
Caspar de Gemini 
PRIYANKA SINHA
DANIELA LUCATO
"Vieni"
Script, Director, Choreographer: Daniela Lucato
Freely inspired by "La memoria nel corpo" by Antonella Sica
The body tries a dialogue with a friend who has left but who lives through her reminiscence.

Inspired by the poems from Antonella Sica "La memoria nel corpo" the film talks about memory. It is a story of a friendship. The body tries a dialogue with a friend who has left but who lives through her reminiscence.
**Connecting Fingers Company**
Direction,Script, Choreography: Daniela Lucato
Photography, Colour: Jacopo Pantaleoni
Dancer: Chiara Franco
Aerial Photography: Lorenzo Busi, Lorenzo DePoli, Marco Savini
Editing: Daniela Lucato
Music: Reverie by Ross Bugden
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