Nik Kosmas is an artist based in Shanghai. His work is a physical, emotional, and spiritual journey through technology, human experience, suffering and growth. Science fiction and science, sports practice, sex and psychology are fertile fields of research and inspiration. He has exhibited in spaces like the New Museum, NY, and participated in the 9th Berlin Biennial. Kosmas was formerly half of post-internet duo AIDS-3D. Bodyhunter E2 genesis is created in collaboration with Sam Lubicz. Read more about Mutagen creative team from docs.
Tommy Cash (sometimes stylised as TOMM¥ €A$H, b. 1991, Tallinn) is an Estonian rapper, singer and conceptual artist. His rich and colorful visual language is regularly spotted in prestigious art venues as well as on the occasion of numerous collaborations of the artist with fashion brands and designers such as Rick Owens, Adidas, or Maison Margiela. Read more about Mutagen creative team from docs.
Ilja Karilampi's work explores music and pop culture narratives, creating new effects, journeys, and alternative ways to look at ourselves and the surface. He's restructuring the over-consumption of the day to day advertorial language and creating a vibrant actively reactional hybrid, half way between record covers and new census readings. Essentially a storyteller, his output over the last decade has been reflecting his own role as the producer and his aesthetic interests in glamorous social realism. By means of unorthodox graphic design, video effects, laser-cut aluminium, UV stickers and rhythmic musical gestures, Karilampi assembles conceptual and sculptural narratives of urban life. Originally from Gothenburg, Sweden, and educated at Frankfurts Städelschule, Karilampi has exhibited at Revolver Galería, Lima (2020); Carl Kostyal, Malmö (2019); Manifesta, Palermo, (2018); Kiasma, Helsinki (2017), La Plage, Paris (2015); and MoMA PS1, New York (2012). Read more about Mutagen creative team from docs.
Katja Novitskova is an Estonian artist based in Amsterdam and Berlin. Her practice explores the ecologies surrounding image production on a level capable of affecting the planet and humanity. Novitskova’s work features mainly images found online and and interrogates the positions and locations where the technological  and the physical coincide. Blurring distinctions between media, she is interested in the interpretation and perception of visual material through digital collages, sculptures and installations. Novitskova represented Estonia at the 57th Venice Biennale and exhibited in galleries and institutions including Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin (2019); Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn; Whitechapel Gallery, London (2018); CC Foundation, Shanghai (2017); Greene Naftali, New York (2016); Museum of Modern Art, New York (2015); Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler (2014). Read more about Mutagen creative team from docs.