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Current Resident: Jul 1, 2024–Sep 30, 2024

DOOSAN Art Center

Studio #208


Heemin Chung

Seoul-based artist Heemin Chung explores the material potential of digital images by translating them into painting and sculpture. Her work examines how technology has shaped contemporary art and its role in society. She reimagines traditional painting genres, such as landscape and still life, through poetic visual metaphors, employing experimental techniques to investigate the functions of texture and volume.

Heemin Chung has exhibited work at Doosan Art Center; Busan Biennale; and Nam Seoul Museum of Art, all in South Korea, among others.

Current Resident: Mar 1, 2024–Jul 31, 2024

Ministry of Culture, Taiwan

Studio #210


Huang I-Hsiang

Huang I-Hsiang works with video, documentary, and spatial installations, using “site-specificity” as a core notion. For I-Hsiang, this mode of thinking is deeply rooted in the concept of the “body,” wherein site-specificity embodies a distinct form of “specific corporeality,” manifesting in space and serving as the foundation of his artistic work. As a result, his creations feature a mutually reflected chain of relationships between the body, space, and institution.

Huang I-Hsiang has exhibited work at Absolute Space for the Arts, Tainan City; Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Taipei; El Instante Fundación, Madrid, among others.

Current Resident: Apr 1, 2024–Jul 31, 2024

The Kettering Family Foundation

Studio #211


Joshua Thaddeus Rainer

Joshua Thaddeus Rainer’s work is semi-autobiographical and deals with themes of self-awareness and self-criticism. He invites viewers to consider parallels between these personal and sometimes intimate themes and their own lives. Rainer employs inward criticism and introspection as a counterbalance to criticism of the world.

Joshua Thaddeus Rainer has exhibited work at Cranbrook Art Museum; M Contemporary Art; and Harper Gallery of Art & Interiors, all in Michigan, among others.

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