email : julia.gruner@yahoo.de


Julia Gruner
2015 Masters degree
2010–2015 Studies of Fine Art at Kunstakademie Duesseldorf in the class of Prof. Katharina Grosse
2007–2008 Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, Israel
2005–2010 Studies of Communication Design at University of Applied Science Hamburg (masters degree)

Liza Dieckwisch 
2015 Diploma-Degree at the Kunstakademie Duesseldorf, Germany 
2014 Meisterschülerin of Prof. Katharina Grosse 
2009-2015 Fine Arts at the Kunstakademie Duesseldorf in the class of Prof. Katharina Grosse  



2017 ACIDATE:::::(take that):::::sweet, Baustelle Schaustelle, Essen (DE)
2016 ACIDATE:::::(take that):::::saucy, Baustelle Schaustelle, Essen (DE)
2015 SW EAT SUCKER, Kunstraum Kirchstrasse, Dusseldorf (DE)
2015 SILIKONVALLEY – Ein soziales Plastik, Matjo – Raum fur Kunst, Cologne (DE)


ACIDATE:::::(take that):::::saucy 
Exhibition project by Liza Dieckwisch, Romina Dumler, Julia Gruner and Klara Kayser, 2016 
Baustelle Schaustelle, Essen, Germany

Part of the exhibition were purple potatoes that were baked in salt dough and could be eaten by the visitors.

ACIDATE:::::(take that):::::sweet 
Exhibition project by Liza Dieckwisch, Romina Dumler, Julia Gruner and Klara Kayser, 2017 

Baustelle Schaustelle, Essen, Germany

The materials of the former exhibition ACIDATE:::::(take that):::::saucy were transformed into an artist book. Next to reading the book the visitors could drink sweet rose milk, that was colored with blue edible flowers.

Exhibition project by Liza Dieckwisch, Julia Gruner, Klara Kayser and Palina Vetter,2015 
Kunstraum Kirchstrasse, Dusseldorf, Germany

Part of the exhibition were japanese Mochis, the visitors could eat.

SILIKONVALLEY – Ein soziales Plastik
Exhibition project by Liza Dieckwisch, Julia Gruner, Klara Kayser and Palina Vetter, 2015 
Matjo – Raum fur Kunst, Cologne, Germany


email : mail@naotohieda.com


Naoto Hieda
2015 McGill University, Master of Engineering, Canada
2012 Tokyo Institute of Technology, Bachelor of Engineering, Japan



2017 EEG Drawing (installation), Cancerto
2017 Scènes Ouvertes (performance / installation), Société des arts technologiques
2016 Composite Particles (360 video), IX Symposium
2016 Composite Particles (360 video), Nuit Blanche SAT
2016 Igloofest (performance)


2017 Artist in Residence, Société des Arts Technologiques, Quebec, Canada 

EEG Drawing 
installation, 2017

Scènes Ouvertes 
performance/installation, 2017

Composite Particles 
360 video, 2016

performance, 2016


email : nancy.diniz@gmail.com


2013 PhD in Architecture, Bartlett Graduate School, University College of London, UK
2003 MSc in Virtual Environments, Bartlett Graduate School, University College of London, UK
2000 Masters in Urban Design, ISCTE, Lisbon, Portugal
1998 Five year Professional Diploma in Architecture, Universidade Lusíada, Lisbon, Portugal


2016 Embryonic Spaces, ‘ARE WE HUMAN’ 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial, Istanbul, Turkey 
2016 Interfacing the Skin - Biometrics and Biofabrication in Architectural Design, ACSA International Conference, Santiago de Chile, Chile
2016 To Scale, EYEBEAM, Brooklyn, NY, USA
2015 MUSHRICE Series, Milano Expo, Milano, Italy
2014 Body Architectures for Unstable Environments (with Anderson, B.), Clouds Pavilion(an uninvited pavilion for the 2014 Venice Biennale), Venice, Italy
2014 Anatomy of a Prototype, 'Design and Research: Shared Territories', Design Research Institute, XJTLU, Suzhou, China
2013 Close Closer (Associated Project with Anderson B. “Breathe the air we share”), Lisbon Architecture Triennale, Lisbon, Portugal
2008 Nausea Tranformer, the Centre of the Living Science (Permanent), Mines of Lousal, Lousal, Portugal 
2008 Body Tailored Space, Slade Research Centre, Slade School UCL, The Body Project Symposium, London, UK 
2007 Portugal Now: Country Positions in Architecture and Urbanism, Portuguese Architects, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA
2007 Life Speculatrix, Dislocate ’07, Tokyo, Japan
2005 Video Pixel Wall, WIP Gallery, Lisbon, Portugal
2004 City of Gestures (with Branco, C.), Science & Arts Research Labs Exhibition, Berlin, Germany
2003 City of Gestures, Bartlett Summer Show, London, UK


2016 2016 MacDowell Colony Residency Fellowship, 
2015-2016 2015 EYEBEAM Residency Fellowship, Brooklyn NY

2016 Workshop Cluster Winner, Smart Geometries 2016 (in co-authorship with CASE Team), The Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenberg, Sweden
2015 Honorary Mention 'Closed Worlds' STOREFRONT Competition - 'Green Box' (in co-authorship with CASE Team)
2015 Honorable Mention, ‘MUSHRICE Series’ for international competition ‘Solutions’ Milano Expo 2015, Milan, Italy(with Boqun Hai, Anqi Huo, Alexandria Frisbie)
2014 High Commendation, 'Most Innovative Teaching Practice' category XJTLU Teaching Prizes 2014. SIP Suzhou, China

Embryonic Spaces
body devices, bacterial cellulose, biometric and environment sensors, microprocessors, 2016
EYEBEAM, Residency, RESCALE Exhibition, Brooklyn NY

Liquid Actuated Elastomers
Soft Robotics made from silicone modules actuated by water through light sensing, 2016
in collaboration with Frank Melendez

Interactive Installation, Inflatable Structure, Biometric and Environmental Data Sensing and Visualization, 2016
IACC Summer School, New Lab, Brooklyn Navy Yard 
in collaboration with Frank Melendez, Marcella del Signore, Pietro Leoni and Carmen Wedge

biomaterial wearable prototype, mycelium, agricultural waste and latex,2015
Honorry Mention Prize by SCOPA and Exhibited at Milano Trienalle, Milan Italy

Urban Sensing Device
air quality sensors, temperature and humidity, arduino microcontroller, GPS, 2014

Cleverson Luiz Salvaro

email : cl_salvaro@yahoo.com.br


2010 Master in Fine Arts, PPGAV University of Santa Catarina State, Brazil
2001 Graduated in Art Education, Arts College of Paraná, Brazil


2018 eira alheia, Central Galeria, São Paulo, Brazil 
2018 desob., with Carolina Santana, Mama/Cadela, Belo Horizonte, Brazil 
2016 leaks, containments, (vazamentos, contenções,), Orlando Lemos Gallery, Nova Lima, Brazil
2015 facade (fachada), Memorial Minas Gerais Vale, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
2014 AREA OF (ÁREA DE), Gallery of Art GTO, Sesc Palladium, Belo Horizonte, Brazil


2018 EACH TIME CLOSER, Curitiba, Brazil 
2017 Frestas - Triennial of Arts: Between pos-truths and events, Sesc Sorocaba, Brazil
2016 and again mountain, river, sea, jungle, forest, Sesc Palladium, Belo Horizonte Brazil
2015 20 years, Ybakatu Art Space, Curitiba, Brazil
2015 last, Romano Stochiero, 54, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
2015 LIMIAR, SIM Gallery, Curitiba, Brazil
2014 THE OBVIOUS UNLIKELY, Farol Art Gallery, Curitiba,Brazil
2014 GR_VE, Curatorial Lab SP-Arte (Traplev), São Paulo, Brazil


2018 FOCO Bradesco/ArtRio Award, CAMPO, Teresina and FUMDHAM, São Raimundo Nonato, Brazil
2017 Frestas - Triennial of Arts: Between pos-truths and events, Sesc Sorocaba, Brazil
2016 Chão SLZ, São Luís, Brazil 
2016 #1Residência SARACVRA, Espaço Saracura, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2013 Bolsa Iberê Camargo 2013, Iberê Camargo Foundation and CRAC, Valparaiso, Chile
2013 Residencies Program Re:USO, JA.CA, Nova Lima and Belém, Brazil
2010 Bolsa Pampulha 2010-11, Museu de Arte da Pampulha, Belo Horizonte, Brazil

lost time (tempo perdido)
watch band parts found on the city’s streets
Rio de Janiro, Brazil, 2016


wood containment (contenção de madeira)
wood and concrete waste, 2016

Hovel Batel (Tugúrio Batel)
Ybakatu Espaço de Arte, Curitiba, Brazil

On a street that concentrates a series of modernist architectural experiences built in Curitiba between the 1950s and 1960s, this shack was erected in the backyard of a house only with materials found in space that would otherwise be discarded or were useless (cabinets, doors glass, ceramic tiles, lamps, plants, etc.) By a crooked way this shelter follows the same principles of the other houses in the street.

facade (fachada)
Memorial Vale Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Reproduction of stretch of the facade building where it was exposed,
Built with wood, cardboard, plastic, styrofoam, fabric, plaster and paint. The room was divided into two parts with access to both sides.

Bolsa Pampulha 2010/2011, Museu de Arte da Pampulha, Belo Horizonte, Brazil

“I understand the strike as a process that goes beyond a form of claim, is a state of suspension of any activity for an indefinite period, a break. Similarly, visiting an exhibition in a museum may be a disruption of normal activities, a time suspension.”