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Studio #215


Hanni Kamaly

Hanni Kamaly is a research-based artist working with sculpture, video and performance whose practice examines the political construction of identity throughout history using layered research and a material approach. Kamaly investigates who has the authority to write and display history, as well as how these histories are recorded, embodied, and collected. Kamaly’s works weave together fragments to expose visual culture, ethnography, and history, exposing patriarchal, colonial, racist, and nationalist structures that still exist today.

Hanni Kamaly has exhibited work at Accelerator, Stockholm; 34th Bienal de São Paulo; and Index – Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm, among others.

Current Resident: Sep 1, 2023–Nov 30, 2023

Vision Fund

Studio #216


Alicia Grullón

Alicia Grullón is a Bronx-based artist and organizer. Grullon’s social practice work extends to exploring how people relate to land in order to rally a transformation of our living by using performance and self-portraiture as a critique on the politics of presence, an argument for the inclusion of underinvested communities in political and social spheres. She is a Moore College of Art and Design Walentas Fellow for 2020-2022, and teaches at Queens College.

Alicia Grullón has exhibited work at Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University; Bronx Museum of the Arts; and BRIC Arts Media House, all in New York, among others.

Current Resident: Sep 1, 2023–Dec 31, 2023

Edward Steichen Award Luxembourg

Studio #217


Nika Schmitt

Nika Schmitt’s kinetic sculptures and installations are distinguished by a unique combination of sound, electronics, and mechanics. Her work examines complex physical processes in a simple and straightforward manner. The compositions, which are mostly site-specific, investigate the principles of energy, material, and time, reflecting on the interrelationships and impacts that each of these elements elicit in cycles of repetition (rhythm), deterioration, and transformation.

Nika Schmitt has exhibited work at Singuhr, Berlin; Ikob, Belgium; and Philharmonie Luxembourg, among others.

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