Bianca Argimón takes a multidimensional approach to explore societal nuances, challenges, and oddities, creating a dynamic space for paradoxical situations and metaphors. She incorporates visual elements in her work to create puzzles that challenge viewers to understand her unfolding narratives, and adds kafkaesque aspects into her sculpture and installation to reinvent familiar objects. She has recently delved into filmmaking, producing her debut short film ‘Sol y Sombra’, widening the scope of her artistic research.
Bianca Argimón has exhibited work at Palais Tokyo, France; Fondation Lambert, France; Copenhagen Contemporary, Denmark, among others.biancaargimon.com
Residents from Spain
Jeppe Ugelvig is a curator, historian, and cultural critic based in California. Currently pursuing a Ph.D. at UC Santa Cruz, his research focuses on artistic responses to consumerism and product culture in the global 20th century. Additionally, he is the founding editor-in-chief at Viscose, a journal dedicated to fashion criticism and analysis.
Jeppe Ugelvig has curated exhibitions at ARoS Aarhus Art Museum, Denmark; Tai Kwun, Hong Kong; and National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, among others.
Residents from Denmark
Hans Rosenström creates work in response to situations or locations and views the artwork as an unfolding event. He employs a variety of mediums, including sound, light and architectural structures to create temporary or permanent installations. Rosenström aspires to cultivate nuanced environments that invite the observer to become a part of, to feel their presence and reciprocal interconnectedness with the world around us.
Hans Rosenström has exhibited work at Frieze Sculpture, London; KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art, Berlin; Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Riga, among others.