Tiphanie Kim Mall (born in 1987, in Basel) currently based in Paris. She works primarily with video and photography. Mall develops a fragile editorial language that articulates her observations and perceptions of everyday life.
From his childhood fascination with comic books, graffiti and linocuts, Swiss artist Aurélien Gamboni now works with drawings, models and installations. One example is his “Into the Maelström”, which raises social, political and environmental questions through drawings, images and a scale model of the imaginary Assembly of Catastrophes (“Assemblée des catastrophes”). Inspired by an Edgar Allan Poe novel, Aurélien Gamboni invites negotiators, architects, the sociologist Norbert Elias, illustrator Fritz Eichenberg and Edgar Allan Poe himself.
This ongoing project includes several collaborations, in particular with author and researcher Sandrine Teixido.