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Current Resident: Jul 1, 2024–Aug 31, 2024

International Visegrad Fund

Studio #213


Magdalena Ciemierkiewicz

Magdalena Ciemierkiewicz studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where she is currently a PhD candidate. Hailing from the Polish-Ukrainian borderland, she addresses the region’s unique culture and often repressed histories. Her work explores themes such as multidimensional identity, women’s stories, and the intersection of various forms of spirituality. Incorporating video, sound, textiles, and installations, she integrates authentic traditional patterns and objects into a contemporary context.

Magdalena Ciemierkiewicz has exhibited work at Manifesta 14 Prishtina Biennial, Kosovo; Galeria Biała, Poland; and SONIAKH, Poland, among others.

Current Resident: Jul 1, 2024–Dec 31, 2024

KdFS Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen

Studio #214


Anaïs Goupy

Anaïs Goupy is a French artist and researcher exploring the human-machine relationship through a transdisciplinary practice. Her work is deeply influenced by social network trends found on the web, examining themes of female representation across history, pop culture, and the internet, exploring both emancipation and aesthetics.

Anaïs Goupy has exhibited work at ASPN Gallery, Germany; Kunstverein Bielefeld, Germany; and Spazio Bidet, Italy, among others.

Studio #215


Tora Schultz

Tora Schultz uses sculpture to explore the social dynamics and invisible gender-bias data that exist in the power of object language. Schultz recontextualizes everyday objects through basic sculptural displacements and tragicomics, frequently referencing institutional design and body stereotypes. She extrapolates the subtle social tensions present in objects around us by paying persistent attention to the specifics of material and form.

Tora Schultz has exhibited work at O-Overgaden, Copenhagen; Den Frie, Copenhagen; and Konstnärshuset, Stockholm, among others.

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