wdha (Wadha Al Musallam) is a digital artist with an interest in experimental surrealist imagery. She employs sound, video, and photography to depict various psychological states of being. Her work is focused on creating imagery that elicits emotional reactions from the viewer, with meanings that vary and shift depending on the individual and their reality. Her approach is heavily influenced by a desire to experiment. She views digital art as a medium for self-discovery, with her motifs being direct reflections of her surroundings and upbringing.
wdha has exhibited work at Fire station Museum, Qatar.
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Residents from Qatar
Florian Mayr’s practice is centered on the immanent conditions of artistic production. His works explore social and economic ties, connections, and relationships, taking biographical events as a starting point.
Florian Mayr has exhibited works at Gallery Martin Janda, Vienna; Gallery Sophie Tappeiner, Vienna; and Austrian Cultural Forum, London, among others.
Residents from Austria
Aideen Barry is a multidisciplinary artist whose modes of expression include performance, moving image, and sculptural manifestations. Using visual tricks to intensify the suspension of reality, Barry explores subjects such as domestic labor, examinations of class, otherness, environmental change, and human vulnerability.
Aideen Barry has exhibited work at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin; Kazten Center at American University Museum, Washington D.C.; and Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga, Málaga, among others.