Eric Baudelaire, Céline Condorelli and Karl Nawrot represent three aesthetically significant artistic positions with powerful contents. Baudelaire carries out historical and contemporary research, tracing formative – and sometimes traumatic – experiences in film format, whilst Nawrot’s graphic interest in places (of remembrance) can be described as mental topography. Condorelli’s installation works, on the other hand, reflect her interest in the interplay between spatial and social forms of organisation.
Céline Condorelli, artist, architectural theorist, born 1974 in Paris, lives and works in London
Eric Baudelaire, artist, filmmaker, born in Salt Lake City in 1973, lives and works in Paris
Karl Nawrot, artist, typographer, born 1976 in Lyon, lives and works in Lyon