The Avant-Garde artists of the “!kohaus” movement. The word is a combination of the kwa language family spread from along the Gulf of Guinea meaning “well done” or “congratulations” and “Haus” from the German for house as in The Bauhaus artist meaning, “well-done house” of art. The upside down i (!) represents an 180-degree turn in the direction of what is known as present day artistic culture.
In the tradition of the Bauhaus, artists have been brought together to provide excellence in total design for everyday usage.
The main triumvirate now consists of Carlos Romero movement founder, Maggie Beresford, Australian photographer and Michael Kendrick Brown, master wordsmith poet. A loose affiliation also exists with Monica Palermo, Italian artist, David Stanley, animationist and “Dino” Wells film producer.
This !kohaus school is located in no physical space, but rather in cyberspace, where members drop in and out, collaborating on projects and works of their own with the intention of artists living amongst man, but not aloof from the global reality of serving man.