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Three creators selected for fellowship program in digital culture

ARK Fellowships 2023


ARK is an international and interdisciplinary group of designers and researchers. Together they form a groundbreaking collective that shapes modern technologies with a holistic and progressive perspective. ARK’s hybrid working method for sharing knowledge and developing projects reflects their artistic ambition to make modern technologies open, inclusive and honest. The team consists of: Arran Lyon, Roosje Klap, Louis Braddock Clarke, Senka Milutinović, Teoniki Rożynek, Valentin Vogelmann en Zuzanna Zgierska.

Photo: Iris Duvekot

V.l.n.r: Zuzanna Zgierska, Roosje Klap, Arran Lyon, Senka Milutinović Louis B. Clarke and Valentin Vogelmann. Niet afgebeeld: Teoniki Rozynek


Špela Petrič

Špela Petrič is a new media artist from Slovenia, based in Amsterdam. In her work she is interested in the intersection of technology and society, and has a background in natural sciences, particularly biomedicine. In her work, Špela explores how technology influences our understanding of life. It often involves collaborations with experts from various fields to enrich the exploration process. Špela’s practice is an ongoing research where experiments sometimes become artworks.

Photo: Anze Sekelj

Portret Tina Farifteh Fellowships 2023

Tina Farifteh

Tina Farifteh (Tehran, Iran, 1982) is a visual artist whose work is poised at the intersection of art, politics, and philosophy. Her interest, in particular, lies in what makes us human and how human life can become a plaything for politics. Farifteh reflects on the impact of power structures on the lives of ordinary people in her work. She wants to tempt us into looking at subjects that we would rather avoid because they are complicated or uncomfortable. Farifteh holds a Bachelor’s degree from the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague and a Master’s from the Erasmus University Rotterdam.

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