For fifty years, German artist Thomas Bayrle has critically echoed capitalism's all-pervasive organizational structures in his meticulously designed paintings, sculptures, and photo collages.
Since 2009, Yugoslavia-born video and internet artist Aleksandra Domanović has increasingly used her new-media skills to produce tech-savvy sculptural installations involving stacked paper, huge acrylic scrims and sci-fi prostheses.
German artist Annette Kelm's humorous, formalist-looking photographs often deliver a surprising sociopolitical punch.
Pablo Bronstein's ground-floor apartment in an 18th-century brick house feels far removed from the urban hustle of this East London neighborhood.
The British artist Phil Collins seeks to dispel the corrosive effects of media on society and private lives.
Emily Wardill scrambles cinematic conventions to create films that meld physical gestures and psychic states.