In their work, they use all available media and source materials, ranging from reclaimed furniture and street art to personal fetish gear, hair and body fluids. SUPERM installations combine photography, video, sound, text, drawing, painting, sculpture, collage, and performance. Using themselves and their friends as models, actors and collaborators, SUPERM creates a multidisciplinary body of site-specific work that reaches audiences far beyond the usual art crowd. Transgressive, political and personal, SUPERM work is a response to a world of shameless war propaganda, media brainwashing, corporate censorship, state-induced paranoia, and shrinking personal freedoms; a world where natives of countries outside the European Union and the USA are treated as second-class citizens and nonconformists artists as criminals.
SUPERM videos have recently been shown at the Torino International GLBT Film Festival, The International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, MIX NYC, Revolution & Sexual Revolution Film Festival in Tokyo, Paris Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, PornfilmfestivalBerlin (2nd Prize in Short Film Competition), as well as various art and club venues across Europe and the US.
The ever expanding list of SUPERM collaborators include Gio Black Peter, Bruce LaBruce, Christophe Chemin, Marcelo Krasilcic, Dominic Johnson, Desi Santiago, Tom Dura, Billy Miller, Jason Farrer, Christophe Hamaide-Pierson, Dmitryi Rozin, Joakim Andreasson, Josh Lee, and Marko Brozic
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