Vibe Overgaard is a visual artist working broadly with installation, sculpture, performance, video, archive material and critical writing. Her practice is research-based and focused on a historical perspective on the economy. Often engaged in research on industry and production-relations of a specific location, her work links local circumstances to greater global-political questions and critique.
Vibe Overgaard has exhibited work at Hotel Maria Kapel, Hoorn, The Netherlands; Odenplan metro station, Stockholm; Floating Projects, Hong Kong, among others.
Residents from Denmark
Clae Lu is a queer, second generation Han Chinese American artist from Queens, NY. They identify as an artist, designer, cultural worker, and Chinese zither (古筝) musician. Lu believes in the power of the arts and grassroots activism to foster dialogue, reflection, and action.
Clae Lu has exhibited work at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Elsewhere; and Wook + Lattuada Gallery, all in New York City, among others.
Residents from United States
Noa Yekutieli’s work explores tensions between shared human experiences complicated by cross-cultural perspectives through a variety of craft mediums such as paper-cutting, handwoven textiles, and site-specific installation. Through images of landscapes and disasters, the artist examines universal patterns of destruction, loss, trauma, and memory, drawing on personal experiences as an Israeli-Japanese-American and considering conflicts related to assimilation and immigration. By incorporating patterns from various cultural contexts, Yekutieli attempts to investigate human systems in the emotional and political realms.
Noa Yekutieli has exhibited work at Contemporary Art Museum of Rosario, Argentina; Kunstmuseum Ahlen, Germany; and Nakanojo Biennale, Japan, among others.