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Rowena Harris

Through moving image and CGI, sculpture and installation Rowena Harris explores bio-cultural and socio-medical dynamics that flow through and affect human bodies differently. In often…

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Lulzim Zeqiri

Lulzim Zeqiri (1978, RKS) is a multidisciplinary artist whose work is often inspired by stories that deal with human psychology.

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Jelena Jureša

Jelena Jureša is a visual artist and filmmaker who explores issues of cultural identity, gender, the politics of remembering and forgetting, and collective violence. Through…

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Liz Glynn

Much of Glynn’s work is sculpture and installation based. Her work deals with institutional critique, collecting practices, antiquity, monument-building, and the concept of material value.

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Aslı Çavuşoğlu

Aslı Çavuşoğlu examines the way in which cultural and historical facts are transformed, represented, and interpreted by individuals. Working across various media, Çavuşoğlu often assumes…

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Leunora Salihu

Leunora Salihu, born in 1977 in Prishtina, Kosovo, from very early on, took up a very individual track which she continues to pursue, often combining…

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Jacob Dwyer

Jacob Dwyer’s work often centres around personal encounters. In his video, Donovan Garcia, he documents a trip to a New Orleans swamp. As a voice…

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Manal Al Dowayan

Few artists understand metamorphosis as keenly as Saudi artist Manal Al Dowayan. Long invested in interrogating the gender-biassed customs that impact the condition of women…

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Richard Rezac

Richard Rezac’s abstract sculptures quietly connote everyday sources, leaving the viewer with a sense of familiarity and closeness.

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Robert Kinmont

Robert Kinmont (b. 1937 Los Angeles) grew up in the desert near Bishop, CA and has lived most of his adult life in northern California.…

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Alexandre Arrechea

Alexandre Arrechea’s work com­­­prises large-scale  installations, sculptures, watercolor drawings, and videos that debate such issues as history, memory, politics, and the power relations of the…

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Neïl Beloufa

The multi-layered practice of French-Algerian artist, Neïl Beloufa occupies the space between various dichotomies. Reality and fiction, cause and effect, presence and absence are the…

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