Past Residents

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Past Resident
2019: Galeria Le Guern

Alicja Gaskon

Alicja Gaskon uses lines and maps to tell stories about conflict, borders, migration and identity. She uses mapping as a narrative process to investigate social and political spaces and networks. Her practice is research-based and ranges from painting and installation to video and performance. The works incorporate military maps, satellite images, and statistical data that are later translated into a reduced language based on the collected information.

Alicja Gaskon has exhibited work at Galeria Labirynt, Lublin; Lengyel Intézet, Budapest; and Korean Cultural Center New York, among others. 

Chadwick Rantanen

Chadwick Rantanen appropriates the forms of familiar consumer goods and modifies and re-contextualizes them into sculptural tools. In doing so, he creates opposing acts of compromise and dissent, acquiescence and insubordination, tension and harmony and the passive aggressive. Adapting and conforming to architecture and infrastructure, Rantanen’s sculptures mimic installations or site-specific works, often taking the form of an adaptor, wedging between objects and their sources of power, articulating a web of accommodation, compromise, maintenance and parasitism by slightly detouring energy, but never causing harm.

Chadwick Rantanen has exhibited work at Secession Vienna; STANDARD (OSLO); and Essex Street, New York, among others.