Delphine Wibaux (France)

Delphine creates pictures with plant juice, which are revealed when exposed to the sun for several days. She calls these natural, alternative photographs “Absorptions”. The image appears thanks to a negative film set on a sheet of paper covered in photosensitive juice, which she makes grom plants and weeds. Once revealed, the image keeps evolving depending on its exposure to sunlight: it follows its own life cycle. The evolution of the “Absorption” is precious : each day, it compels us to reconsider the way we look and what we see. Delphine Wibaux has graduated Fine art school of Marseille (2014) and participated in exhibitions in France and China. Read more about the artist

Photo – “Absorption of the place that makes Alice soul clearer”








Monika Zabel  (Germany/New York)
Monika currently works as an artist between Europe and New York, positioning her work between art and fashion.  She is the founder and owner of crossxculture consulting. She has more than 20 years of international working experience as a management consultant and policy advisor in over 50 countries, for both, corporates and public clients. Her main practice areas are intercultural management and monitoring and evaluation (M&E). Monika has received PhD in Energy and Resource Economics from Technical University of Berlin with a thesis on resource economics. More recently sustainable fashion is becoming another focal practice.  She is graduate of Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), New York, from the recently introduced Sustainable Design Entrepreneurs Programme with focus on fashion design. She is conducting workshops in designing and reconstruction fashion based on second source materials in the US, France and Germany. With her label „Fine Clothing Reconstructed“ she has participated in fashion shows and global fashion awards. In 2015 she has concluded a self-test „99 days of beautiful fashion outfits composed of abandoned sources“ to make a statement for a more conscious and sustainable use of resources in the fashion industry. In 2016 Monika was the artist-in-residence at Poolhaus – Blankenese, Hamburg where she was a curator for „Art of Fashion – Arbeiten aus New York, Prag und Hongkong. An exhibition, discussion, workshop and fashion showing“. Read more about artist projects –   Photo and Fashion: Monika Zabel. Exhibition : Art of Fashion. 


Jérémie Jung (France)

Jérémie Jung lives and works in Paris. He holds a bachelor from Strasbourg Fine Art University (France, 2002). After being a web and graphic designer, Jérémie Jung follows a photojournalism training at the EMI-CFD school (Paris, 2010) where he produces its first photo essay entitled “Roof Investigations” awarded at the “Nuits Photographiques” festival (Paris, 2011). He works since 2011 as photojournalist for the french and international press and magazines. Jérémie Jung’s personal work focuses on cultural issues about communities in Estonia within the context of post-sovietism era. His works have been exhibited and screened in France (Arles, Vannes and Paris) and Estonia (Estonian National Museum, 2015). He is a member of Signatures agency since 2013.

In Rucka Residency he would like to work with the young detainees from Cesis Juvenile Detention Centre. Photographer is planning to organize workshops about basic in photography and storytelling.  Afterwards both the artist and participants of workshop  would document their daily life in Juvenile Detention Centre. Read more about the artist – Photo – J.Jung “Village party. Saatse, Estonia, 2014”


Carol Müller (France)

Carol Müller is a visual artist from France. In her artist statment she writes : « Obsessively bound to painting and its synthetic expression, my path as a french visual artist has developed in dialogue with numerous other disciplines. My artistic production is polymorphous; it encompasses drawing and photography as well as installation and new media (video, multimedia installation). Through many artist residency in the north of Europe (Iceland, Norway, Finland, Lithuania, Russia), in quite remote area, I develop a conscientiousness of fragile ecosystem and human challenge. The question of the landscape is the ground of my artistic thought ».  She studied fine art at Strasbourg university, graphic design at École Multimedia and Photography at École Supérieure de l’image, Les Gobelins. Read more about the artist –


Alan  Gignoux (Great Britain)

Alan Gignoux is a multimedia artist that uses portrait and abstract photography, video and sound (interviews) to allow people to bring awareness to socio political and environmental issues. Artist says : „My work has not brought a landslide of change but has changed perceptions, person-by-person; community-by-community that could bring about that landslide”. Alan Gignoux has been working as a professional documentary photographer since 2000 and prior to that as a documentary researcher and journalist. Demonstrating a commitment to recording the effects of occupation and displacement on individual communities in different parts of the world, including the Middle East, North Africa and Canada, through long-term photographic projects. Best known body of work, Homeland Lost, is a series of photo essays looking at long-term refugee situations throughout the world. The first in the series looks at the Palestinian situation and has been exhibited extensively in the Middle East and Europe, including the Barbican, London and the Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam as part of the group exhibition “Palestine 1948: Remembering a Past Homeland.” Born in the United States, Alan lives and works in London. Read more about the artist –

Zulema Galeano (Spain)

Zulema Galeano is a visual artist based in Barcelona.  Working predominantly in illustration formats, her work ranges from children book to editorial or personal illustrations. She has worked both internationally and for spanish editorials. She has studied Illustration in La Llotja Arts School and Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona with the specialty of painting. From 2005 her work has been shown in group and solo shows in China Children’s Book Expo (Beijing), in American Prints, La Sala Vinçon, FADFEST, MOB Barcelona,  LLeida (Centre of Culture Contemporània de Pardinyes) Pontevedra (La Verbena), Lugo (Chantada’s Culture House) and Huesca (Estoesloquehay Festival). Read more about the artist –


Anne Murray (Spain)

Anne Murray is an American and Irish artist living in Europe. Her work manifests itself in photography, video, and writing.  During the few past years artist has been working to develop video poetry as a way of organizing her thoughts and experiences, through the unique process of wordplay and image. Each video is a reference to a mental landscape, a world within, which is unseen, but has depth and makes reference to the important process of metacognition.   She has made 35 of these video poetry works over the past 2 years in many countries including: Turkey, Italy, Spain, France, Serbia, Hungary, Iceland, and Macedonia.  Read more about the artist –


Juanan Requena (Spain)

Juanan   Requena  is a creator, photographer & crafter currently based in Nauchipán,  in Spain. Through the last ten years he is involved into field of photography and visual narrative. He has been making a kind of non-stop works based upon the building of personal diaries and also unique artist books. After producing numerous diaries and countless sketches, thousands of combinations of words and images, last year was published his first book entitled ” On the Edge of All Maps “. Read more about the artist

Jana Vasiljević (Belgia/Serbia)

Jana Vasiljević is an ilustrator and comic artist. She grew up in Belgrade in 90’s and currently lives in Ghent (Belgia). She has got MA in Fine Arts  and Teachers degree in Arts at LUCA School of Arts in Gent. She is co-founder and editor at the comics collective and small-press publishing house Tieten Met Haar which publishes and promotes emerging artists in Belgia and abroad. After a few years of making work around family history, shooter games, war and love, the artist is working now on graphic novel about the war telling the story about how it is experienced by a child’s mind and how it is translated into different fears and anxieties, those understood by child. Black lines filled with a sense of humor. Read more about the artist –








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