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Current Resident: Jun 1, 2018–Jun 30, 2018

Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation

Studio #221

Artist

Rajyashri Goody

Rajyashri Goody is a visual artist and ethnographer. Her practice is informed by her background in social science as well as her Dalit roots. Through the use of various media, including writing, ceramics, photography, video, and sculptural works made with found objects and food items, she attempts to decode and make visible instances of everyday power and resistance within Dalit communities in India. She is currently researching parallels and contrasts in foodways in the context of race and caste.

Rajyashri Goody has exhibited work at The Showroom, London; Harvard University, Cambridge; and Khoj International Artists’ Association, New Delhi, among others. 

rajyashrigoody.com

Current Resident: Jun 1, 2018–Jul 31, 2018

Bradley University

Studio #222

Artist

Heather Brammeier

Heather Brammeier is a painter whose practice has expanded to include constructing paintings and drawings in space. Her use of materials creates visual puzzles that challenge perception. Brammeier’s work tests physical and perceptual boundaries through vertiginous stacking, intricate color configurations, and structures that invite interaction.

Heather Brammeier has exhibited work at South Bend Museum of Art, Indiana; Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids; and Lillstreet Art Center, Chicago, among others.
heatherbrammeier.com

Current Resident: May 1, 2018–Jun 30, 2018

The Rupert Bunny Foundation Visual Arts Fellowship (RBFVAF)

Studio #301

Artist

Belle Bassin

Belle Bassin is an experimental visual artist. In her practice, she pursues new formats and modes of presentation where she exhibits within urban and biological spaces, as well as within galleries and museums. Situated at the intersection of sculpture and performance, her work often fixates upon the sentient dimension of color and form. Her work is currently concerned with early female Abstraction, the psychic space of visions, and the occupation of bodies and space by invisible forces.

Belle Bassin has exhibited work at Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne; TarraWarra Museum of Art, Melbourne; and University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane, among others. 
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