BIO

berte & harmey, an occasional, transnational artist duo,  research and explore ideas around spatial politics, critical geography, historical legacies and socio-technical systems of exclusion and inclusion. Of interest to both artists are ideas around visibility/invisibility, occlusion and machine vision.

Cliona Harmey (IE)works primarily with technology exploring the politics inherent in socio-technical systems using material exploration and practice to try to understand /reveal their logics. Cliona works at a variety of scales from large-scale public art (Dublin Ships) to works for gallery and off-site exhibition/event.

Architect and visual artist Filip Berte (BE) explores space from multiple perspectives looking at issues such as migration, visibility, liminality, and borders. His recently completed long-term project Un-Home / Moving Stones (2015-2020) focused on the mechanisms of inclusion and exclusion of “newcomers” to western societies. A critical engagement is integral to his interdisciplinary art practice.

BIO

berte & harmey, an occasional, transnational artist duo, research and explore ideas around spatial politics, critical geography, historical legacies and socio-technical systems of exclusion and inclusion. Of interest to both artists are ideas around visibility/invisibility, occlusion and machine vision.

Cliona Harmey (IE) works primarily with technology exploring the politics inherent in socio-technical systems using material exploration and practice to try to understand /reveal their logics. Cliona works at a variety of scales from large-scale public art (Dublin Ships) to works for gallery and off-site exhibition/event.

Architect and visual artist Filip Berte (BE) explores space from multiple perspectives looking at issues such as migration, visibility, liminality, and borders. His recently completed long-term project Un-Home / Moving Stones (2015-2020) focused on the mechanisms of inclusion and exclusion of “newcomers” to western societies. A critical engagement is integral to his interdisciplinary art practice.