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Radek Brousil

Radek Brousil, Standing, Holding a Waterlily (installation view), 2019, NoD Gallery Prague Using primarily textiles, ceramics, film, photography, video and painting, Radek Brousil creates installations that address social testimony and present an activist stance on the future’s unpredictability. With his past interest on post-colonial tendencies in the contemporary artistic discourse, Brousil examines these issues on a …

Courtney Askey

Courtney Askey is a cross-disciplinary artist, musician and writer who aims to interrogate her experience as an artist through the use of transmedia storytelling. She explores fiction, identity, AI technology and gender through an anti-capitalist and post-cyberfeminist lens. Her work is imbued with a questioning of what labor means in both a wider sense, and …

Sue Jeong Ka

Book Repair Lab: The Jefferson Market Library & the Women’s House of Detention, 2019-Ongoing My artistic motivation derives from contemplating my identities and their social invisibility. As an ethnic and sexual minority, I am interested in such invisibility in the racialized and class-oriented urban structure that gives it a spatial form and context. My art …

Kemar Keanu Wynter

Texture, flavor and heat are my work. I’m building a visual Patois, a practice through which I can triangulate myself between the Caribbean, New York and the innumerable cultures and cuisines yet encountered. Layers of luscious whorls draw the viewer into fields of color which operate with coded references to my histories; one, generations-long in …

imago of a queer artist*

imago of a queer artist* Educational and Accessibility Materials (download here) Created through a series of drawings, paintings, sculpture, and personal objects, imago of a queer artist* offers space for an expanded notion of queerness as the capacity for porousness, fluidity, and transformation. The exhibition’s title (abbreviated here) is a deliberate tool providing a conceptual …

Raphaël-Bachir Osman

Raphaël-Bachir Osman, At the Studio, 2021. (Photo by Florian Dautecourt) At all costs, never lock yourself into a style. Always subordinate the painting to the subject. To make every detail an obsession. Finally, to avoid boredom. There are the watchwords that guide Raphaël-Bachir Osman’s pictural work. His series on the theme of delicacies honors pastries: …

Žarko Aleksić

Žarko Aleksić, “Monu_Mental Structure”, 2019. Courtesy of the artist. Žarko Aleksić is the winner of the 2020 Dimitrije Bašičević Mangelos Award. Aleksić works across several mediums integrating experience, photography, video, installation and performativity – all of which relate to his interest in experience as a synthesis of the modernistic techniques of collage and montage. This …

Tomoko Hisamatsu

Tomoko Hisamatsu, “300 Yen Paintings” 2020-, 176 x 250mm each work, acrylic and collage on paper, etc. Born and raised in Mie, Japan, Tomoko Hisamatsu studied in Yamagata, and is now based near Tokyo. As a painter, she creates mainly research-based figurative works. Tomoko’s practice is marked by her interactions with various local communities from …

Dante Buu

Dante Buu, “and you—do you die happy?”, 2021, Long-durational performance, Photo documentation of performance at the Festival Localize: Encounters, Badestelle neben Strandbad, Park Babelsberg, Potsdam, 2021 (photo: Adam Sevens), Courtesy of artist. Dante Buu is an artist, storyteller and performer who intertwines the autobiographical with the lives of others. Dante’s artistic practice, fluid and playful …

Open Wounds

Javier Castro, Four Basic Things (Coconuts) (video still), 2018. Run time 06:40. Open Wounds Educational and Accessibility Materials (download PDF) Through a series of videos, installations, documents, and sculptures, Afro-Cuban artist Javier Castro’s solo exhibition Open Wounds questions the broken promises of a postcolonial world. While many of the practices at the center of the work …