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Current Resident: Mar 1, 2017–May 31, 2017

Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation

Studio #221


Srinivas Aditya Mopidevi

Srinivas Aditya Mopidevi’s curatorial work focuses on collective practice that emerged after the 1990s throughout the world.

Srinivas Aditya Mopidevi is a writer, curator and researcher currently based in New Delhi. He is Exhibitions Coordinator at Devi Art Foundation, New Delhi. Mopidevi is a Doctoral Candidate at the School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Recent curatorial projects include In the Presence of Others, Korean Cultural Centre, New Delhi, 2017 and The Third Meaning: Giuseppe Stampone–Sarnath Banerjee, Italian Cultural Centre, New Delhi, 2016. He was also Assistant Curator of This Night Bitten Dawn, Gujral Foundation, New Delhi, 2016.

Current Resident: Jan 1, 2017–Jun 30, 2017

Dedalus Foundation

Studio #222


Betty Yu

Betty Yu is an interdisciplinary artist who uses multimedia platforms to tell the stories of marginalized, underrepresented and underserved people. Her creative work is influenced by her direct experience as a daughter raised by immigrant garment worker parents. In her artwork, Yu approaches social issues through personal stories, family narrative and community history. Her work has explored issues ranging from labor rights, immigrant justice, militarism and housing equity. In the past several years, Yu’s art projects and installations have allowed her to engage with directly impacted communities through onsite installations, projections, participatory workshops and media production.

Betty Yu is an interdisciplinary artist, filmmaker, educator and activist. She co-founded the Chinatown Art Brigade, a cultural collective telling anti-gentrification stories of Chinatown tenants through public projections. She holds a BFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and a MFA in Integrated Media Arts from Hunter College. Yu’s multi-media installation, The Garment Worker was featured at Tribeca Film Institute’s Interactive. She co-created Monument to Anti-Displacement Organizing, which was on view at the Agitprop! group show at Brooklyn Museum. Yu is a 2016 A Blade of Grass Fellow for Socially Engaged Art and received the 2016 SOAPBOX Artist Award from the Laundromat Project. She has received funding for her projects from foundations including the Paul Robeson Fund, Brooklyn Arts Council, and Art Matters.

Current Resident: Mar 1, 2017–May 31, 2017

Alberta Foundation for the Arts

Studio #301


Yvonne Mullock

Yvonne Mullock has a multi-disciplinary studio practice with a particular focus on nature and crafts. She incorporates collage, sculpture, ceramics, video and textiles in her work, and explores ideas of authorship, craft and labor, for both gallery settings and site-specific installations. Mullock often works with individuals and groups of people to develop pieces that are collaborative, socially engaged and performative.

Yvonne Mullock is a graduate of the Glasgow School of Art who is currently based in Calgary, Canada. Over the past fifteen years, she has participated in artist residency programs in Scotland, England, Canada, and the United States. Recent exhibitions include: Dark Horse, Stride Gallery, Calgary; Charrette Roulette: FABRIC, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton; HIT & MISS, Esker Foundation|Contemporary Art Gallery, Calgary; Home Economics, Textile Museum of Canada, Toronto; Future Station: 2015 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton; Atlas Sighed: 2104 Calgary Biennial; and Beaver Fever, Project Room, Glasgow.

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