Olga Adelantado´s work comprises a generic reflection on the vital mechanisms that are able to generate reactions and which we can extrapolate and contemplate as examples of everyday actions and destinies. Her pieces, shot through with a kind of private authority and an aura of physical recreation, generate contexts where results may (or may not) be produced, of which the objects will be depositaries.
Gina Osterloh lives and works in Los Angeles, California and Manila. She graduated with an M.F.A. from University of California, Irvine in 2007, and she received a B.A. in Media Studies from De Paul University, Chicago in 1996. She is currently in Manila as a recipient of a Fulbright Scholar Fellowship. She has been represented in major exhibitions in the U.S., Austria, Portugal, Spain and the Philippines. In 2007 where she participated in the Galleon Trade exhibition curated by Jennifer Wofford at Magnet Gallery-Katipunan, and Trauma Interrupted at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. Osterloh recently included in the group exhibition, "Body Double," at the Luckman Gallery, Los Angeles.
Inspired by a wide variety of material – childhood phantoms, photographs, clinical research on nightmares and the visual language of filmic surrealism – Helen Verhoeven’s paintings juxtapose the familiar with the alien, creating an ambiguous collage of narratives that resist categorization
Helen Verhoeven (b. Leiden, The Netherlands, 1974) received her B.F.A. from The San Francisco Art Institute and an M.F.A. from The New York Academy of Art where she was the recipient of the John Alexander Research Fellowship & Residency. In 2006, Verhoeven completed a residency at the Rijksakademie, Amsterdam. She has had solo shows at Gallery Fons Welters, Amsterdam and Wallspace Gallery, New York. She has been invited to participate in group shows at Artist’s Space (NYC), Fishtank Gallery (Brooklyn), and Wallspace (with Isca Greenfield-Sanders and Sabrina Marques). She is represented by Wallspace Gallery in New York.