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Serafyma Vutianova

My name is Serafyma. I was born in Ukraine and lived in the city of Kiev until 24 February 2022. I have been involved in art all my life, because I grew up in a family of artists. I graduated from the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture and trained as a production designer …

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Thomas Heerwagen

As teacher for arts and german (mostly literature), art plays an important role in my life.  I realised that planning a piece of art is not my personal way of doing art. Instead, coming together with friends and just beginning to draw and paint with no special idea at the beginning, feels more authentic and …

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Coconut Song

by Jakyeong Jeong (South Korea/Germany) The Coconut Song is a famous children’s song by the Smoky Mountain Band in the Philippines. Everyone who hears the beautiful melody and lyrics may feel the sunshine and fresh coconut shake. I tried to choreograph the main character in my video to give people a happy energy.


by Mia-Ann Böhm (Germany) It is a fusion of the real world and the digital world of well-known artworks reproduced on the internet.

Not my Reality

by Serafyma Vutianova (Ukraine) My project is about how people see the war in Ukraine.  It all seems so far away and foreign. Can you imagine for a minute waking up in the morning to terrible explosions? Imagine it for a moment…. And then your whole life is ruined? Spontaneous thoughts – it will end …

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The Shrimp

by Mia-Ann Böhm (Germany) / Laura Michelle Schubert (Germany) / Michael Siegmund (Germany) / Thomas Heerwagen (Germany) Our work came into being while pondering the change of society into something akin to a machine, and it grew and changed parts of its message during our creative process. In this world you can go your way, …

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How to Survive Death

by Anna Mukhanova (Ukraine) & Oleksandra Kulikovska (Ukraine) A person’s death is the opposite of life and at the same time a part of it. If death were not part of life, the world of the living would not see and know it. When truly close and loved ones die, the experience of life can …

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With the exhibition ONE AND INFINITY: THE DIGITALISATION OF THE HUMAN MIND, Full Moon Gallery presents the artworks created as part of the DIGITAL ART RESIDENCIES project. The vernissage will take place on 5 November from 8 pm at Full Moon Gallery. The finissage will then follow on 3 December from 8 pm in the …



“Children playing with a bomb.” This is how the Swedish philosopher Nick Bostrom described us, today’s humanity, not only developing artificial intelligence (AI) but indulging in it almost without restraint, unaware of the consequences. The image is by no means new; it runs through cultural history from the Golem of early medieval Jewish mysticism to …