Past Residents

Residents Map

Past Resident
2019: Anonymous

Paolo Bini

Paolo Bini’s artistic research is an investigatory attempt to transform and re-appropriate the authentic notions of ‘the memory of an image’ as it adheres to the contemporary rhythms in the world around us. These images are formed as a pixilation of units. Usually marked out by a scanner or a plotter, the result is a succession of colored stripes that become a succinct and redefined translation of what came before.

Paolo Bini has exhibited work at Galleria Alberto Peola, Turin; Museo MADRE, Naples; and Reggia di Caserta, all Italy, among others.

Past Resident
2019: Danish Arts Foundation

Hesselholdt & Mejlvang

Hesselholdt & Mejlvang is a Copenhagen-based artist duo established in 1999 consisting of Sofie Hesselholdt and Vibeke Mejlvang. The duo works primarily with large-scale installations, projects in public space and performance. Their practice is research and context based with a strong focus on site-specificity. Hesselholdt & Mejlvang investigate the conditions of contemporary life through themes including national identity, Eurocentrism, and the creation of a collective “we.” They question how social and political structures are established and reproduced today.

Hesselholdt & Mejlvang have exhibited work at Manifesta 12, PalermoARoS Aarhus Art Museum, Denmark; and Uppsala Art Museum, Sweden, among others. 

Past Resident
2019: Galeria Le Guern
2019: Galeria Le Guern

Alicja Gaskon

Alicja Gaskon uses lines and maps to tell stories about conflict, borders, migration and identity. She uses mapping as a narrative process to investigate social and political spaces and networks. Her practice is research-based and ranges from painting and installation to video and performance. The works incorporate military maps, satellite images, and statistical data that are later translated into a reduced language based on the collected information.

Alicja Gaskon has exhibited work at Galeria Labirynt, Lublin; Lengyel Intézet, Budapest; and Korean Cultural Center New York, among others.