Past Residents

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Past Resident
2011: Ministry of Culture, Taiwan

Tang-Wei Hsu

Tang-Wei Hsu (born 1980 in Changhua, Taiwan) currently lives and works in Taipei. He obtained an MFA in Architecture at the Tainan National University of the Arts. Hsu’s paintings begin from an imagined fantasy space extending into installation, sculpture and public art.

Hsu’s solo exhibitions include Sphere of Planetesimals, National Central University Art Center, Taoyuan, Taiwan, 2011; Evolutionism, Gallery J. Chen, Taipei, Taiwan, 2008; Dredging up the drift, ITPARK Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan, 2006; Fantasy, the Art Center of Hsinchu University of Education, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 2005 and Follower, SLY Art Space, Taipei, Taiwan, 2004. Group
exhibitions include Art Fair Tokyo @ TOKIA, Tokyo, Japan, 2009; CIGE 2009, China World Trade Center Exhibition Hall, Beijing, China, 2009. Hsu was awarded the Asian Cultural Council Artist Abroad Subsidy2009 and the National Culture and Arts Foundation Creative Subsidy, 2009.

Elmar Hermann

Elmar Hermann’s artistic practice is deeply influenced by linguistic concepts as a differentiating factor between culture and nature. Hermann is currently working on an ongoing project featuring various aspects of collaboration, language and education as a complex processes of human culture acquisition.

Elmar Hermann (born 1978 in Neuwied, Germany) studied with Rita McBride at the Academy of Fine Arts, Düsseldorf, Germany and holds an MA in Linguistics from Düsseldorf University. Recent exhibitions include Biblioteca Albertina Leipzig, Germany; Manzara Perspectives, Istanbul, Turkey; and Villa Romana, Florence, Italy. Hermann is part of the artist collective NÜANS which is soon to present the artist book APOGEE (Revolver Publishers, Berlin, 2011) in upcoming shows at  J.B. Jurve Gallery, Los Angeles; BAS, Istanbul; BRAENNEN, Berlin; Kunsthalle Düsseldorf and Goethe Institut, Mumbai, India.

Past Resident
2011: Anonymous

Armando Mariño Calzado

Armando Mariño Calzado’s recent work is a statement about the representation and the visual consumption of violence inflicted by nature or by humankind. In his work, new media has not only granted the technical possibility for the explicit depiction of violence but also for shortening the time and enlarging the space between the fact and its visual impact. Taking explicitness, immediacy and omnipresence as essential aesthetic values in contemporary society, his work reflects on the role of painting with respect to current aesthetics of violence.

Armando Mariño Calzado (born 1968 in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba) has studied at the School of Art in Santiago, Cuba, the High Pedagogical Intitute of Arts in Havana, Cuba and the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam, Holland. Recent projects include Keloids, Mattress Factory, Pittsburg, PA; Without Mask, Contemporary Afro Cuban Art, South Africa and Cuban Avant Garde, The Howard Farber Collection, Katonah Art Museum, NY.

Residents from Cuba