Ayelen Coccoz (born in 1973 in Rosario, Argentinia, studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires and has been master student of Martin Honert at HfBK Dresden since 2010) covers her low reliefs with a layer of resin thus her motifs are enclosed like fossils and engrossed within their contexts in terms of time and space.
Nadja Frank (born in 1980 in Lohr am Main, until 2008 studies of fine arts at HfBK Hamburg, 2009 until 2011 at the MFA Columbia University New York) changes the surfaces in an Italian marble stone pit and documents and stages the permanently changing landscape (also through visual illusion).
Stefan Krauth (born in 1978 in Karlsruhe, since 2010 master student of Ralf Kerbach at HfBK Dresden) re-takes photographs of his own images from a monitor. Through outer impacts such as light, dust and fog the former documentary photographs appear artificial, mystic and alien.
The still lives of Stefan Kübler (born in 1968 in Balingen, 2001 until 2003 master student of Ralf Kerbach at HfBK Dresden) are reverse glass paintings. The artist consequently paints behind the plate, only when the image skin is loosened from the glass and fixed on canvas the artist sees the (now mirror inverted) image.