Adrián Regnier
Ana Barroso
Andrea Novoa
Anna Baranska
Clara Aparicio Yoldi
Cyril Galmich
Dan Lahiani
Daniel Seraphim
Daz Disley
Dianela Torres
Eija Temiseva
Fenia Kotsopoulou
Filomena Rusciano
Francesca Bonci
Francesca Fini
Francesca Leoni
Francesca Lolli
Franck McCauley
Furen Dai
Gabriel Desplanque
Gaetano Mastrocinque
Guilherme Bergamini
Isabel Perez del Pulgar
Isabel Perez/José Cruzio
Kappala Kumar
Kristina Paustian
Luis Lopes
Marcantonio Lunardi
Março Schiefelbein
Natalia Behaine
Natália de Mello
Pancrazio da Padova
Ruxandra Mitaxe
Salvatore Insana
Sevcan Sonmez
Silvia de Gennaro
Tales Frey
Thomas Hjornet
Tiziano Bellomi
Yao Cong

FUREN DAI (Chn), Language Product, 9:12, 2016

Furen Dai's video work begin with her research on a Secret Women Language called NvShu, which was originated and developed as a secret code among women in Hunan Province, China. Through research she discovered that though the language has lost its functionality, women who know the language have been pressured into performing their cultural activities as entertainment for tourists for menial wages. She has presented a language factory in her video and the act of producing secret women language as art object to sell to people who don't have access to the meaning of the language.

Furen Dai was born in Hunan, China in 1988. She currently lives and Works in Boston, United States. She holds a bachelor in Russian and a MFA in studio art by School of the museum of Fine Arts at Tufts university. She is a multidisciplinary artist mainly work in media, video, performances and sculpture since 2014. Major exhibitions / events: (should conform to the following format: Name of event, city, country, year)
"Edinburgh Artists Moving Image Festival", Edinburgh, Scotland, 2016; "29th Festival Les Instants Video", France, Argentina, Italy, 2016; "International video art festival Now&After", The state Darwin Museum, Russia, 2016; "Media Art Annual", Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, United States.