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Matthias Schamp, Max Sudhues, Heike Weber


Matthias Schamp, born in 1964, studied art history and philosophy at the Ruhr University in Bochum from 1982-1991. From 1991-1996, he was publisher of the ‘NON(+)ULTRA Zeitschrift für syntaktische Konfusion’ and from 1995-1996 one of the ideagivers and manager of a 14-part event series in Kunsthaus Essen. A lectureship took him to the Bauhaus University in Weimar in 2003. Matthias Schamp has been awarded various prizes, he received the Special Prize of the Gladbeck City in the W.-Zimolong competition in 1993 and the Process Organization Prize awarded by the Art Seminar of the Independent College in Metzingen in 1998. In the same year, he gave a guest performance within the scope of a scholarship at the Artists Village Schöppingen, further scholarship took him, for example, as Artist in Residence at the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, to Sunderland (UK) in 2000 and the Artists’ House Kloster Cismar in Schleswig-Holstein in 2004


Max Sudhues was born in Münster in 1977. He studied Free Art at the Academy of Arts in Münster from 1999-2005 and was Master Class Student under Prof. Timm Ulrichs. He completed a guest term under Thomas Bayrle at the Städelschule in Frankfurt am Main in 2002/2003. In 2002, he was guest artist in Reykjavík within the scope of a European scholarship from the Academy of Arts in Münster. In addition to a sponsorship for a period abroad from the NRW Art Foundation in 2006, post graduate studies at the HISK (Hoger Instituut voor Schone Kunsten) will take him to Antwerp until 2007. In 2005 Max Sudhues has received two awards, he received the ‘Tim-und-Struppi’ prize and was an award winner of the 17th national ‘Art Students Exhibit’ (Kunststudenten stellen aus) competiton, in the Art and Exhibition Hall of Germany in Bonn. Max Sudhues lives and works in Münster and Antwerp.


Heike Weber was born in Siegen in 1962. She started her Design studies at the Aachen University of applied sciences in 1981 and graduated in 1986. In 1993, she accepted an invitation to work as an Artist in Residence at the Glasgow School of Art where she also worked as a guest lecturer in 1994. This was followed by a number of scholarships in Germany and abroad, first at the Research Institute for Inter-Culture in Seoul (Korea) in 1997 and at Haus Lukas in Ahrenshoop in 1998. A work scholarship of the Bonn Art Fund 2001 was followed by a scholarship of the state of North Rhine Westphalia (NRW) at Schloss Ringenberg in 2002 and a work scholarship of the NRW Art Foundation in 2003. In 2004, she first accepted a scholarship of the Barkenhoff Foundation at the artists’ houses of Worpswede and thereafter was Artist in Residence guest of the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas (USA). Further scholarships took her to Casa Baldi in Olevano Romano (Italy) in 2005 and to the North Rhine Westphalian Artists’ Village Schöppingen in 2006.

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