Felt Zine presents a 3D Art Party for our Berlin community on Friday, March 18th! DJ sets by mobilegirl, nextdimensional, + panasiagirl, and nico lim. In partnership with Grover and co-produced in collaboration w/ Berlin-based artist tabitha swanson.
Experience this rare 3D art party of digital exclusives from Felt Zine’s latest digital art collections including VILLAINS by Mark DigitalHD, ALGO-LIGHT by Jawn Diego, Canvas by Dev Moore, and special 1/1 artworks from Berlin friends.
Featuring special artworks from Tea (Flufflord), Carolina Paz, Yaron Maïm, Stacie Ant, Harriet Davey, Cibelle Cavalli Bastos, Manuel Rossner, Gabriel Massan, Coco Magnusson, Miriam Woodburn, Sam Madhu, Nina Doll, Maansi Jain, Franziska Von Guten via Felt Zine #22, and more.
To raise funds for Ukrainian charities, together with @nsiuart and @shahruz, Mykola Dosenko deployed this art drop exhibiting at the event using @nsiuart’s artwork, a pixel art rendition of Mykola Pimonenko’s 1889 painting “Zhnytsia”(Reaper). These proceeds go toward BackAndAlive, Ministry of Health of Ukraine, Kyiv Independent. Explore the page here.
1/1 Artist Features
Flufflord: Tea Stražičić aka Flufflord is a Berlin-based Croatian multimedia artist, with an MA in animation and new media. She is known for creating various complex digital-based characters and worlds. Flufflord’s most recent solo shows included Lone Long Boy at Prague’s Polansky Gallery, and UwU at Ung-5 in Cologne, while also taking part in the QT UR EA group exhibition and cross-platform project at Berlin’s Trauma Bar Und Kino.
Harriet Davey: Harriet Davey is a Berlin-based 3D artist known for her shiny, lustrous alien-like creatures. In her world, everyone is just a little more glistening, a little more light-filled. Technical precision and experimentation give way to ethereal, post-earth imaginings. She’s created avatars for Margiela, collaborated with experimental musicians, and translated dreams and nightmares into vivid animations.
Carolina Paz: Carolina Paz is a Media designer & Visual Artist currently based in Berlin via Chile. She graduated from Industrial Design (Universidad Diego Portales. Santiago, Chile) and dabbles in light-projections, mapping, visuals, video art installations, analog video, music videos. Graphics for social media, editorial design. Painting. She also has experience in a wide variety of disciplines ranging from media and graphic design, video art (film and art), and art Direction.
Maansi Jain: Maansi Jain is a Berlin-based artist and photographer specializing in documentary and conceptual projects. Their colorful, energetic imagery examines power structures and universal desires through play and has been published and exhibited widely in Europe and the United States.
Stacie Ant: Stacie Ant is a new media artist currently based in Berlin. Ant draws on her experiences as a female artist while developing the critical views of our technologically-saturated contemporary society that inform her work. Using 3d animation, installation, and augmented reality, Ant reinvents elements of contemporary culture through fictional, maximalist narratives.
Cibelle Cavalli Bastos: Mx. Cibelle Cavalli Bastos (b. 1978, São Paulo, Brazil) (Non-binary, They/Them) is an artist, musician, independent researcher and activist that lives and works between Berlin, São Paulo and London. Cibelle Cavalli Bastos’s practice as research engages with the changing conceptualization of identity, performativity, pictorial communication, and the propagation of behavioral patterns.
Manuel Rossner: Manuel Rossner lives and works in Berlin. He studied art at the University of Art and Design Offenbach, the École des Arts-Décoratifs Paris and the Tongji College for Design and Innovation Shanghai. Since 2012, Rossner has been designing digital spaces and virtual worlds in which he investigates the effects of technological developments on society and art. He builds interactive architecture with digital materials that are spatial interventions and virtual extensions.
Miriam Woodburn: Miriam Woodburn is a multidisciplinary artist working in the online, the offline and all the spaces in between.
Yaron Maïm: Yaron Maïm is a Berlin-based artist, teacher and researcher. They create CGI sequences and explore the ideas of “Compassion-Generated Imagery”, transness and technology. They have an MA in Visual Arts/Critical Curatorial Cybermedia (University of Art & Design, Geneva) and an MA in Solo/Dance/Authorship (HZT, Universität der Künste Berlin).
Gabriel Massan: Gabriel Massan is a Brazilian-born digital artist who lives in Berlin, Germany. His research is developed by narratives that work the relationship of dependence between fictional existence(s) and digital environments while signifying the representations of color, identity, and time.
Nina Doll: Nina Doll is a Berlin-based digital fashion designer & CGI artist exploring modern style and emotion in the digital space.
Franziska Von Guten: Growing up in Italy at the end of the 90s, net artist Franziska von Guten found herself spending hours online in chat rooms that were a lot like archaic versions of the social networks we use today. Franziska von Guten reflects on virtual relationships, friendships, and computers in her art and her legendary issue of FELT Zine.
Tato coco: Tato coco is a Swedish visual artist based in Berlin that works with a focus on image-making through drawing, animation, comics, CGI, tattooing, and other various multi-media formats.
mobilegirl: As a DJ, mobilegirl is versatile but thoughtful in her selection – her style behind the decks is focused on creating a highly energetic dance floor that allows for emotionality, for softer moments but also attention-demanding breaks and shifts; an equally fun and challenging combination that gained her traction very early on in her career and established her as an artist to watch in experimental club music – bringing about tours across Europe, East Asia and North America and a spot on the roster of DISCWOMAN.
Panasiagirl: Panasiagirl is a DJ, Producer, Radio-Host, Programmer and Curator of No Shade (noshade.eu) a club night series and DJ mentoring program for female, non-binary and trans aspiring artists, pushing for inclusivity and diversity in the line-ups. Her radio show “Separation Station” runs quarterly on Refuge Worldwide. Based in Berlin, Panasiagirl takes contrasting experiences from growing up in Singapore to living in New York, LA, Belgium and Berlin. She plays with the intersectional elements to her music crossing East to West and working across genres from ambient, r&b, hybrid club, reggaeton and breaks. As a producer, she draws on her Singaporean background mixing traditional Malaysian percussions and rhythms with post hybrid club and experimental dance music.
nextdimensional is a producer & DJ based in Brooklyn, NY. nextdimensional has been releasing her wavy, ethereal beats into the world since 2019. nextdimensional’s recent sets were performed at NYC’s Bossa Nova Civic Club, Heaven or Las Vegas, Elsewhere, The Sultan Room, and more.
Nico Lim: “Speedy boarding is the alias of multidisciplinary maker, Nico Lim. Raised in the bustling tropics of Southeast Asia, Nico has always been exposed to a myriad of sounds and genres. They co-founded the party collective Butters Clubhouse, championing bright big colorful dress-up themed parties and have participated in Mordorkore, a medieval themed hardcore rave.
In order to create a safer space for all, we will not tolerate any violence, non-consensual touching, racism, homophobia, transphobia, sexism, ableism, or any other discriminatory behavior/language. If you violate any of the above, you will be removed from this event; no exceptions.
Vaccine-Only! Bring your Vax card or digital Vax ID.
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