Past Resident2023: Danish Arts Foundation
Julian Juhlin creates theatrical visual art using staging techniques he learned while working as a stage designer, establishing a distinct iconography in the artist’s practice. In his works, Juhlin stages figures and objects derived from his own experience, placing them in visual scenes frozen in time in an attempt to maintain and preserve specific stages of life.
Julian Juhlin has exhibited work at Copenhagen Contemporary, Denmark; Prague Quadrennial, Czech Republic; and Royal Danish Theatre, Denmark, among others.
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Residents from Denmark
Past Resident2022: IASPIS - The Swedish Arts Grants Committee's International Programme for Visual Artists
Fatima Moallim is a self-taught artist who works with performance, drawing and installation. The foundation of her performance-acts lies in spatial experience where she often appears with her back against the viewer. In Moallim’s installations, drawings expand into the room blending boundaries between the figurative and the abstract, the self and the other, memory and oblivion.
Fatima Moallim has exhibited work at Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art, Göteborg; and KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art, Berlin, among others.
Residents from Sweden
Past Resident2022: Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, the Civil Service and Sport of Austria2021: Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, the Civil Service and Sport of Austria
Anaïs Horn’s work intertwines literature, text, photography, video, drawing and painting to explore intimate moments. With a focus on liminality and coming-of-age, Horn observes people and their spaces. In her artistic process, she investigates time, memories, the body and its traces, the cautious intrusion of privacy, the aesthetics of reality, and fugacity. Her images take shape by exploring surfaces and objects, and they frequently unfold into spatial installations.
Anaïs Horn has exhibited work at Camera Austria, Graz; Paris Photo, Curiosa Section, Paris; and MAK-Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna, among others.