Luiza Gottschalk paintings are inspired from her experience living in a forest as a child. She describes her artistic process as ‘recapturing the magical nature of art, incorporating the knowledge and symbolism, inherent to the colors, flavors, textures, and scents that the earth offers us’. Luiza’s approach to painting interweaves art, life, magic, and the sensorial.
Residents from Brazil
Alona Rodeh is a Berlin-based Israeli visual artist and independent researcher. Her practice emerges from sculpture and includes creating dynamic environments of light and sound, public art projects, video works, artist publications, and more. Interest in the material culture that shapes the public sphere, at ISCP, she focuses on the evolution of commercial and street lighting in NYC.
Alona Rodeh has exhibited work at Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel; Salzburg Art Association, Austria; and Kunstpalais Erlangen, Germany, among others.alonarodeh.com
Residents from Germany
Mubarak Al-Thani works with dimensions, colors, geometrics, abstraction, and literal expressionism to capture cities, skylines, horizons, interaction, culture, history and politics. Mubarak was an artist in residence at Doha Fire Station. He is self-taught with a BA from Georgetown School of Foreign Service and an MA in Urban Planning from NYU.
Mubarak Al-Thani has exhibited work at Central Exhibition Hall, Russia; United Nations Headquarters, New York; and Fire Station, Qatar, among others.mubaraknasser.com