DOT DOT DOT

DOT DOT DOT is a visual artist from Norway. With foundations in graffiti since the 90’s, the mediums utilised by the artist range from installations to etchings to drawings. From the mid 2000s, his focus was on stencil work and in the last few years he has stepped back to his oil paintings and has become regarded as one of Norway’s leading and most well known artists. DOT DOT DOT is part of the class of 2018 in the URBAN NATION Artist in Residence Programme.

Daan

Daan Botlek is a Rotterdam based illustrator and artist. His visions come to life through the uncommon and ambiguous geometric creations. He uses plain white man figure, which does not follow the rules of geometry or physics in various settings. Botlek’s works can be found on their collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/12 in 2017.

SellFable

Daniel van Nes, otherwise known as SellFable. Is an artist born in Terneuzen, Netherlands and lives in Rotterdam. He has produced multidisciplinary works including illuminated engravings, drawings, paintings, installations, performances and virtual reality. SellFable has cooperated with URBAN NATION in several Project M/s and is also part of the class of 2018 in the URBAN NATION Artist in Residence Programme.

Andrew Schoultz

Hailing from Milwaukee, USA, mixed media artist, Andrew Schoultz’s art has an eclectic mixture of styles, inspirations, textures and surfaces and can be found indoors as well as outdoors. Andrew Schoultz has collaborated with URBAN NATION on Project M/4 in 2014.

Alex Yanes

Street artist Alex Yanes is known for his vibrant and colorful artworks that he draws from his main inspirations. His Cuban roots, his hometown Miami and skateboard-culture, his unique and colorful works come in three-dimensional shapes of intricate detail. Alex works are featured in the URBAN NATION 2018 exhibition, ‘UN-DERSTAND The Power of Art as a Social Architect’.

Addison Karl

American born, Berlin-based artist, Addison Karl has garnered experiences over a journey that has lasted over a decade and still goes on to this day. Addison’s works are closely attributed to prepress printing and colour theory. Evolving from blank slates, to paper, canvas, installations and integration into public spaces. Karl’s works are featured as a part of the opening of URBAN NATION Museum in 2017.