Xavier Acarín Wieland
Xavier Acarn Wieland is a curator who works at the intersection of performativity, material culture, and ecology.
Xavier Acarín Wieland has presented exhibitions at Caixaforum, Barcelona; Mies van der Rohe Foundation, Barcelona; and Abrons Arts Center, New York, among others.
Residents from United States
Imogen Taylor paints geometrical abstracts that explore the forms and LGBTQIA+ legacies of European Modernism. Taylor’s paintings, while inspired by Cubism’s abstract forms and colored juxtapositions, are devoid of the source material’s masculine self-seriousness.In their work, Taylor contrasts imposing parallel lines with soft curves and uses thickly applied color.
Residents from New Zealand
Adam Liam Rose
Through his multidisciplinary practice, Adam Liam Rose investigates the visual language and architecture of “safety.” His work delves into the intersection of theater and life, where aesthetics and cheap tricks are used to numb, soothe, or distract audiences from a real or perceived disaster.
Adam Liam Rose has exhibited work at The Bronx Museum of the Arts; Ortega y Gasset Projects; and The Jewish Museum, all New York, among others.