If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part of Your Revolution was founded in 2005 by curators Frederique Bergholtz, Annie Fletcher and Tanja Elstgeest.
Born in 1933, the daughter of Jewish immigrants from Poland, Geiger began her study of the arts, like Lygia Pape, at Fayga Ostrower’s studio.
Beto Shwafaty is an artist and researcher based in Brazil.
Morellet began making abstract work in the 1950s.
Julien Creuzet lived in Martinique, at the crossroads of African, European and Indian civilizations.
Dora Garcia vive e lavora a Barcellona.
Philippe Van Snick makes work that is characterised by an extremely simple idiom, akin to minimalism, and the repeated use of the same colours: primary and secondary colours, non-colours and shiny metallic colours. Van Snick thinks colours have both a mental and a physical signification.
Agnieszka Polska creates video works employing mainly found material, such as archive photography and illustrations, which she subjects to subtle interventions, whether animating them or working them into the existing image.
The work of Juliette Blightman (born Farnham, 1980, lives in London) demands that the viewer refocus his or her attention.