Past Residents

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Past Resident
2016: Hasselblad Foundation

Mårten Lange

Mårten Lange’s work revolves around repetition, evidence gathering and the impulse to catalog the world. Working primarily with series of photographs and artist books, he explores themes of science through the material and sublime properties of technology and the natural world.

Mårten Lange (born 1984, Sweden) and studied photography at Valand Academy in Gothenburg, Sweden and at the University for the Creative Arts in Farnham, UK. His work has been exhibited internationally in venues such as MELK, Oslo; IMA Gallery, Tokyo; Robert Morat Galerie, Berlin; Hasselblad Center, Gothenburg. He has published several artist books and monographs, the most recent being Citizen, Études Books, 2015.

Past Resident
2016: Arts Council Korea

Hyukgue Kwon

Hyukgue Kwon questions how the practice of curating can represent a multitude of contemporary art that goes beyond the initial articulation of artistic, subjective and cultural framework, without the means of illusive celebration and the management of the arts. Kwon often collaborates with other practitioners, writers and audiences, and his practice mostly involves a critical interpretation of exhibition making and the exploration of various curatorial strategies, challenging the pre-conceived notions of exhibition making.

Hyukgue Kwon (born 1982, Seoul, South Korea) is an independent curator and researcher. Kwon’s recent curatorial projects include, When I Encounter You, London, 2015-ongoing;Eunsoo Hur, Project Space Stage 3×3, Seoul, South Korea, 2014; Richard Smith, Winter Project Space, London, 2013; Penumbra, an eight day project with eight artists, Bermondsey Project Space, London, 2012. He also worked as a researcher for exhibitions such as Terra Galaxia: Aerotropolics, Home and Away, City States, Liverpool Biennial, 2012.

Past Resident
2016: Meno Projektu Studij

AaBbPp (Elena Narbutaite & Gintaras Didziapetris)

AaBbPp is a collaborative project concentrating on headwear as the point of departure. AaBbPp considers their hats as hybrids between Ready-to-wear and prototype. Similarly, their online presence and shop function as a voice and commercial enterprise. AaBbPp was founded in 2014 and has exhibited in the following exhibitions Society Acts, Moderna Museet, Malmo, 2014; Port Authority, MARCO, Museo de Arte Contemporánea, Vigo, 2015;Contour 7: A Moving Image Biennale, Mechelen, Belgium, 2015.