Celebrating 6th issue of Obieg magazine

  • Mabe Bethônico
    • (Belo Horizonte/Brazil) is an artist, researcher, and professor at Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, who lives between Brazil and Switzerland. She works within institutional structures to problematize issues related to memory, from documentaries to fictionalized narratives, using publications and speeches/narration, based on archives and field images as a means of transmitting her ideas. Since 2013, she initiated the Museum of Public Concerns, staged from collections, writings, meetings, and exhibitions. As her main topic of interest, she attempts to bring to public debate the social and environmental implications of the mineral industry in Minas Gerais, Brazil. She has shown in the Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo, has participated in the São Paulo Biennials of 2006 & 2008, exhibited at the Kunstverein Munchen, and is a member of the international group or artists and theoreticians, World of Matter (www.worldofmatter.net).
  • Dagmara Wyskiel
    • is a visual artist, the author of site-specific interventions, a performer, and curator and part of the artistic scene in Chile. She holds a PhD in Art from the University of Fine Arts in Krakow. She is the co-founder of Collective SE SALES Mobile Platform of Contemporary Art and the artistic director of the SACO Week of Contemporary Art in Antofagasta. She was the main editor of the Chilean Triennial in 2009. She has conducted site-specific interventions and workshops in places such as the Valle de los Meteoritos in the Atacama Desert, the ALMA astronomical observatory, Lake Amargo in the Magallanes region, and in the Chilean Antarctica and many others. She has conducted several unique activities on salt pans in the Argentinean Andes, in public spaces in Manizales, Medellín, and Bogota in Colombia, London, and Castro in Chile. She presented her works at exhibitions in the United States, China, Mexico, Uruguay, Indonesia, and Argentina. In 2016, she received the Grand Prix at the 17th Asian Biennale in Bangladesh.

  • Constanza Nuñez Melgar Molinari a.k.a. CAO
    • is a Peruvian electronic music composer, sound artist, DJ and philosopher, currently based in Amsterdam. She is the director and editor-in-chief of Cyclops, a journal of contemporary theory, theory of religion, and experimental theory (www.cyclopsjournal.net). Her music works have been released by Opal Tapes (UK) and she has played extensively in Europe in venues such Berghain (Berlin), the Rewire Festival (Netherlands), the Tate Modern (London), among others. She was a participant of Red Bull Music Academy in 2016 in Montreal and used to be a resident on NTS Radio (London) where she conducted the show Subterranean Odyssey for over 2 years.
  • 9Djinn
    • is one of the musical aliases of the interdisciplinary artist Sandra Mujinga (NO/DRC). 9Djinn is a producer and DJ who mixes her own electronic productions with pop music from the African continent, such as coupe decale and afro-trap, and a general inhibition-less approach to genre. Sandra Mujinga has a biweekly show on Berlin Community Radio. Her mixes and edits can be found here: https://soundcloud.com/sayesorsayno