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Light Art Grindelwald

Artists 2021

Mario von Rickenbach (CH)

Mario von Rickenbach was born in Switzerland in 1987. Canceled his architecture studies in 2007 to study game design instead. After graduating from the Zurich University of the Arts, he collaborated with other designers and artists. These fruitful collaborations lead to various award-winning interactive projects. During his artist residency at CERN in 2014, he tried to understand quantum physics, but eventually gave up. He likes to work with technology to create playful experiences that tickle the audiences' senses.

Unfreeze Regina

Marcus Pericin & Florian Bachmann (CH)

Florian Bachmann and Marcus Pericin are active in teaching and further education across departments with the Colour-Light Centre at the Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK) and participate in research and development projects. The focus is on questions of light, colour, space, atmosphere and perception in the fields of design, art, science and technology. They present their results in the form of light installations and experiential spaces in museums, galleries and public spaces.



Olivier Ratsi (FR)

Olivier Ratsi is a French visual artist who lives and works in Paris. Ratsi’s work presents objective reality, time, space, and matter as a series of intangible informative notions. Focusing on the experience of reality and its representations, as well as the perception of space, he conceives works that encourage the viewer to question his or her own interpretation of what is real. His work has been shown in museums, galleries and festivals around the world as well as in Paris where a major solo exhibition is currently on display.



Lukas Veraguth (CH)

In the artistic works of Lukas Veraguth, the focus is on a spatial-painterly approach. He often realises his works directly for existing spatial situations and uses the existing peculiarities on site as a source of inspiration for his works. Through site-specific interventions, he gives existing situations a new legibility.

Lukas Veraguth was born in Burgdorf (BE) in 1985. After completing a Bachelor's degree in Art and Design mediation at the Bern University of the Arts and a Master's degree in Art Education, he now works as an artist and art mediator. He lives and works in Bern.


Double Wave

Frédéric Post (CH)

Frédéric Post lives and works in Geneva. His artistic training began at the Collège de Saussure in Lancy, where he obtained his artistic maturity in 1993. In 2002, he obtained his diploma from the School of Fine Arts (ESAV) in Geneva. Co-founder of Motel Campo, co-director of Mos Espa and involved in many other projects related to music promotion and open-mindedness, Frédéric Post is also a visual artist with an affinity for creating playful, mystical and critical environments.


Happy Face

Lucid (CH)

Lucid, the Office for Collective Curiosity, was founded in 2015 and functions as a hierarchy-less collective. Lucid is who they are. Their own interests, competences, skills, topics, differences and characteristics make their ideas, their engagement and their results unique. They work cooperatively and are research-oriented. They experiment, design and create in a multidisciplinary way at the intersection of technology, art and design.


5 x 14

Nick Verstand (NL)

Nick Verstand is a contemporary artist researching human perception through spatial audiovisual compositions. His autonomous installations and live performances investigate the frontier between the material and the immaterial, and are created through collaborative design processes aimed at breaking down social boundaries. The resulting intuitive experiences, co-creations of artist and audience, generate a hypnotizing environment for the subconscious mind. Created in collaboration with onformative and Salvador Breed.



Victorine Müller (CH)

The dreamlike crossing of boundaries, the immersion in other worlds of thought, the exploration of potential realities, lightness and permeability as well as atmospheric unreality are essential features of Victorine Müller's artistic work. Seemingly actively participating in a strange process of transformation, her works appear as phantasm, as a dream structure whose secret cannot be revealed by any attempt at interpretation, no matter how convoluted - and it is precisely this mystery pervading all of Victorine Müller's productions that is persistently captivating. (Gabrielle Obrist)


In der Birke

Yvonne Goulbier (DE)

Yvonne Goulbier is a German artist who mainly uses fluorescent materials and black light. For over 40 years, the artist has worked with light to create poetic atmospheres and reveal the "soul" of space. A guiding theme in Yvonne Goulbier's work is the perception and transformation of reality. Mostly working in and with public space, the artist reveals and reconfigures dark, special places in the glow of colour pigments. In addition to exhibitions in renowned institutions such as the Museum Folkwang, the Centre for International Light Art in Unna, the Sprengel Museum and the Villa Massimo, Goulbier has received numerous grants and prizes for her work. Yvonne Goulbier was born in Kaiserslautern in 1953 and lives and works in Hildesheim.




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