Ufuk Gueray is interested in how cultural and political context can shape the understanding of art. Although primarily a painter, his current work uses sound, installation and relational processes in a project dealing with memories of his late uncle’s mirror shop in Izmir, Turkey.
Ufuk Gueray (born in Herrenberg, Germany), is an artist of Turkish background who has lived and worked in Canada, Germany and the United Kingdom. His work has been featured in group and solo exhibitions in Canada, Germany and the United Kingdom.
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Residents from Canada
Doreen Garner’s work depicts the history of black bodies subject to scientific objectification, experimentation, humiliation and torture. She translates this documentation that she cannot unread into objects, videos, and performances that people cannot unsee. Unanesthetized surgeries and unwarranted medical experiments re-emerge in glass and silicone sculpture. These rubbery, transparent carcasses become objects of desire, glittered with wet silicon, latex, Swarovski crystals and hair.
Doreen Garner has exhibited her work at the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts, Brooklyn; Pioneer Works, Brooklyn; The National Museum of African American History and Culture, Washington, D.C., and more.
Residents from United States
Bettina Brunner is a curator, art critic and academic focusing on avantgarde film and contemporary moving image practices.
Bettina Brunner has an MA in Art History and recently completed her PhD at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. As an independent curator she has organized film screenings and exhibitions at mumok kino, Vienna; das weisse haus, Vienna, and Auto Italia South East, London. She has previously worked at Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, Vienna; British Film Institute, London; and Cubitt Artists, London.