Tina Maria Nielsen
Tina Maria Nielsen works primarily with sculpture and installation, drawing inspiration from a wide range of sources ranging from everyday objects to ancient sculpture. Nielsen attempts to reproduce our sense of values and views through her work, reflecting an interest in objects that have some sort of lost attention. She investigates the assigned relationship between an object and its meaning, as well as the process and psychological aspects inherent in relation to experience and presence in space as a body, using various materials and casting methods.
Tina Maria Nielsen has exhibited work at Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art; Esbjerg Art Museum; and Horsens Art Museum, all in Denmark, among others.tinamarianielsen.dk
Residents from Denmark
Anna Schimkat is a visual artist who has expanded her work into sound art through installations and performances. Schimkat creates spaces that sharpen perception and force the perceiver’s action. Her sound materials include self-made instruments and field recordings of her main instrument, the world around us.
Anna Schimkat has exhibited work at Z.i.m.m.t., Germany; RE:FLUX 16, Festival D’Art Sonore, Canada; and Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Germany, among others.annaschimkat.de
Residents from Germany
Fatima Moallim is a self-taught artist who works with performance, drawing and installation. The foundation of her performance-acts lies in spatial experience where she often appears with her back against the viewer. In Moallim’s installations, drawings expand into the room blending boundaries between the figurative and the abstract, the self and the other, memory and oblivion.
Fatima Moallim has exhibited work at Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art, Göteborg; and KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art, Berlin, among others.