Inga Manticas (us)


Inga Manticas is a visual artist living in Brooklyn, NY. Currently centered in drawing, their practice plays with the interactions between fantasy, mythology, and the natural landscape. Magical storytelling and fantastical imagery re-enchant natural places, thus blurring distinctions between material and spiritual conceptions of space. Engaging both animist and materialist philosophies, Inga's work reflects on economic-ecological conflicts in their immediate environment, while seeking an ethical and tightly-connected relation between human creation and the more-than-human world. They are interested in love, longing, mystery, loss, and imagination.
Exposition at Research Catalogue


Berg Duo 

Ami Skånberg and Anna Viola Hallberg have followed each other's practices since 2005. In 2022 they started to work together as Berg DuoThey move between studio based practice and the outdoor. The work intersects lens and embodied practices, towards reconfigurations of subjectivity by visualizing possible futures. Concepts of in-between and the state of becoming are central in their artistic research (embodied, spoken, text, visuals, audio). Walking as practice is an integral part of their work. They are based in Stockholm/Gothenburg/Björkö, Sweden.

 In 2024 they are working on the video based trilogy Buoyancy. Current (the first part of Buoyancy) is selected for ScreenDance Festival, Sweden and VideoDanza, Puerto Rico - both running parallell to Supermarket 2024.

Berg Duo are the instigators of WAP, a program focusing on walking as an artistic methodology.  The text Conditional Walking is included in the anthology Empathetic Trails by OnebyWalking.

Exposition at Research Catalogue/WAP23 >>>


6:9  Trt: @ 40 min (all with sound, projection)

becoming dragonfly by Fernanda Branco

Current by BERG DUO

Vibration Collector by Monika Tobel

Home Town, by Inga Manticas

An Inimitable Place Called Homeby Jolene Mok

36 dagar I paradisetby Åsa Öhrn

Game Careby Rebekah Dean
Walrus Love Songby Philip Krikunov


9:16  Trt: @ 14 min (all silent, on monitor)

Two Times Struggle by Hanna Grandert

Madonnaby  Rebekah Dean
7 Days Video Documentation,
 by Jolene Mok (segment from 

Underlined names are with in WAP24 program short context on this page for others please visit BKN Supermarket page >>>

Artist: Fernanda Branco (br/no)
Title: becoming dragonfly (video)
Duration:  5.23 min

Fernanda Branco is a Brazilian performer, gardener and poet based in Norway. Working in the performance field, crossing boundaries between theatre, dance, film, and installation, facts, fiction and poetry. Currently a research fellow at Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo, exploring embodied experiences of movement and voice in dialog with environments




Artist: Rebekah Dean (uk)

Title: Game Care (video)
Duration:  3:34
Game Care (2024) performs an act of empathy, through the deconstruction of a tailored, man’s suit. Have you ever tried wearing one of the things? It feels like stepping into a cage fight with the self.


London based woman artist curator, born 1958, working in visual and live art; I work with my neurodivergent and ageing body.


My creative practice revolves around the activity of walking, which may or may not produce an artwork, however, the walking is critical to making artworks, and as I age, I notice an absence in my extremities, and walk, I must. I feel that in my walking I tune into my potential as a creative material, I remember more deeply, I visualise and know my internal landscape more clearly.


 In 2024 I curate the Sculpture Trail at Stephens House & Gardens, London.

During 2023, I appeared in a solo exhibition ‘Discharging Materials’ at ‘The Surgery Gallery’, London, and the group show ‘Mother’s Ruin’ with the floor installation ‘Contagion’ at 35Blumen gallery in Krefeld Germany. In March, I led public Walking & Drawing wellbeing workshops, as part of Women’s History month, at The Feminist Library. I am currently an exhibiting artist in the ‘Artist Support Pledge 3’ exhibition, Huddersfield Art Gallery.


I have been funded by Arts Council England 2020, as Artist Curator of Sculpture Trail ‘Briefly IN-TRANSIT’; 2006 Artist Collaboration Kitchen Antics & Appliances, Museum of Domestic Design & Architecture.