Past Resident2019: ARTWORKS
In her practice, Paky Vlassopoulou explores issues such as the production of knowledge, historization and ruins. Most recently, she has been particularly interested in the politics of service industries in relation to notions of care and hospitality. Her work often takes the form of an event, open to participation and discussion. In 2012, together with artists Chrysanthi Koumianaki and Kosmas Nikolaou, she co-founded 3 137, an artist run space operating in Athens, Greece.
Paky Vlassopoulou has had work commissioned by NEON Foundation and Whitechapel Gallery at the Gennadius Library/The American School of Classical Studies, Athens; and has exhibited work in a project by the New Museum, New York, and the DESTE Foundation, at the Benaki Museum, Athens, and at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, among others.
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Residents from Greece
Past Resident2019: Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, the Civil Service and Sport of Austria
Borjana Ventzislavova is a Sofia born, Vienna based cross-disciplinary artist working with video, installation, photography, and performance, among other media, often blending documentary and narrative styles to tests the line between personal and social in the context of current events and history. Throughout her practice, she analyses how stereotypes, models of representations, and political and social power structures control mechanisms of society. She also addresses issues of mobility, the crossing of socio-geographical and cultural borders, and the processes of communication and translation.
Residents from Austria
Past Resident2019: Wang Shikuo Foundation, Today Art Museum
In his practice, Enlai Wang seeks to uncover and facilitate connections between seemingly unrelated elements. He applies external forces to particular objects or changes their environment to reveal their essence beyond their use value.
Enlai Wang has exhibited work at Asian Culture Center, Gwangju; Today Art Museum, Beijing; and chi K11 art Museum, shanghai, among others.