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Xenia Fink

Xenia Fink’s recent work consists of drawings layered in boxes resembling traditional dioramas of the 19th century.  In addition, she creates installations and objects such as marquees, shower cubicles, and fabric wallpapers, with which she imbues inherent connotations of a product or artifact to juxtapose with her drawings. She draws and silkscreens prints with content ranging from strong narrative to more conceptual and ornamental material approaches.

Xenia Fink (born 1979 in Sao Paulo, Brazil) was raised in Brazil and Mexico before moving back to Germany to study Illustration at the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg. Recent exhibitions include group shows at the Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin; Galerie Schuster, Berlin and Miami; and solo shows at the Galerie Volkspark and Halle and Galerie Schuster, Berlin.

Past Resident
2011: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian

Ana Santos

Ana Santos’ work explores the relationship between thought/action and thinking/practicing. It also evolves around the idea of drawing as projective art, creating a specific type of ‘distance’ with the materials used and final form. She relates to materials in a direct and pragmatic way, looking for the shortest gesture that may transform things.

Ana Santos (born 1982 in Espinho, Portugal) lives and works in Lisbon, Portugal. She participated in various group shows including Uma mesa e tres cadeiras, Etic, Lisboa, Portugal; Drawing by Numbers, Espaco Avenida 211, Lisboa, Portugal; Bolseiros e finalistas do Ar.Co, Espaco Tranquilidade, Lisboa, Portugal; Open Studio da residencia artistica O sitio das Artes, Centro de Arte Moderna (CAM), Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa, Portugal; Ana Santos / Dalila Goncalves, Galeria Plumba, Porto, Portugal; Anteciparte, Galerias do Terreiro do Paco, Lisboa, Portugal.

Past Resident
2011: Foundation for a Civil Society

Adela Jusic

Adela Jusic works primarly with video. Socially engaged and rooted in personal experiences, her artistic practice revolve around the subject of the war in Bosnia, the position of women in war, and the religion and tradition in which she grew up.  Jusic recently started a collaboration with Sarajevo-based artist Lana Cmajcanin tackling the question of self-presentation and in the art market.

Adela Jusic (born 1982 in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina) lives and works in Sarajevo. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts and from the University of Sarajevo. Adela Jusic is a cofounder of the Association for Art and Culture Crvena. She has exhibited in many international exhibitions including Manifesta 8, Murcia, Spain; Videonale Kunstmuseum Bonn, Germany; Decolonial Aesthetics, El Parqueadero, Bogota, Colombia; Transitland in Trieste, Institute for the Documentation and Dissemination of Art, Trieste, Italy; Projected Visions, Espace Appolonia, Strasbourg, France; South East European Film Festival, Goethe Institute Los Angeles, CA; Transitland, Los Angeles, CA and Global South in Festival City of Women, Gallery P74, Ljubljana, Slovenia.