KGB-PROJECTS | KANE & GONNY'S BISCUIT PROJECTS
In February 2012, Kane Calí and Gonny van Hulst founded KGB-Projects. The duo behind KGB-Projects, both glass artists from Malta and the Netherlands respectively, have embarked on an attempt to adapt and approach to curating contemporary art that responds creatively to the potentials of hybrid art projects and aspires to explore ways of managing, collaborating and creating projects that go beyond the lines of existing structures and preconceptions.
Its mission is to produce provocative, playful and risk-taking art events centered around wider social and cultural themes for a diverse range of creative individuals. A key focus of their work is to encourage hybrid arts projects with a focus on cross media collaboration and serve as a bridge, finding imaginative ways to connect artists with new audiences, new supporters and new contexts for their work. They feel that an event can become more of a stimulating experience rather than a simple observation and elevation of the mind and should offer the ability to transcend atmosphere that stimulates the senses not only through vision but also through sound, smell and touch. For Kane and Gonny, KGB-Projects remains an experiment, a creative project that they hope is defined by the same kind of adventurousness and unpredictability that they so admire in the creative individuals they work with.