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Current Resident: Jul 1, 2019–Jul 31, 2019

Ukrainian Institute

Studio #304


Oleksiy Radynski

Oleksiy Radynski is a filmmaker and writer based in Kyiv, Ukraine. He uses documentary film practice to explore the relationship between observation and participation, fact and fiction, ideology and affect.

Oleksiy Radynski films have been screened at the Institute for Contemporary Arts, London; International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, and e-flux, New York, among other venues. He is a participant of Visual Culture Research Center (VCRC), an initiative for art, knowledge and politics founded in Kyiv in 2008. Radynski has exhibited work at Academy of the Arts of the World, Cologne; Royal Institute of British Architects, London; and the 7th Berlin Biennale, among others.

Residents from Ukraine

Studio #305


Duy Hoàng

Duy Hoàng’s practice focuses on the links between the connections/disconnections one experiences with their surrounding environment, between the mundanes to the phenomena, and from the potential of growth to the inevitability of decay. His work focuses on our relationship to the minute details around us in conjunction with the vast environment we are in. Hoàng entered the United States as a Vietnamese immigrant during his adolescent years and the transitional moment triggered his necessity for intensive observation and awareness.

Duy Hoàng has exhibited work at Brother Joseph McNally Gallery, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore; Wave Hill, New York; and Thomas Erben Gallery, New York, among others.

Current Resident: Jul 1, 2019–Sep 30, 2019

Kettering Family Foundation

Studio #306


Conrad Egyir

Conrad Egyir’s work borrows from Afrocentric folklore that is rooted in political and religious erudition. He creates narrative paintings that focus on subjects from the Afro-diaspora who interact with identical versions of themselves. Concurrently they take on multiple staged roles as both an antagonist and a protagonist, a friend and foe, or a noble and a commoner as a tool that behooves the viewer to step into the multiple incarnations of each subject, in reverence of a collective human spirit.

Conrad Egyir has exhibited work at Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco; Library Street Collective, Detroit; and Mindy Solomon Gallery, Miami, among others.

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