Noa Yekutieli’s work explores tensions between shared human experiences complicated by cross-cultural perspectives through a variety of craft mediums such as paper-cutting, handwoven textiles, and site-specific installation. Through images of landscapes and disasters, the artist examines universal patterns of destruction, loss, trauma, and memory, drawing on personal experiences as an Israeli-Japanese-American and considering conflicts related to assimilation and immigration. By incorporating patterns from various cultural contexts, Yekutieli attempts to investigate human systems in the emotional and political realms.
Noa Yekutieli has exhibited work at Contemporary Art Museum of Rosario, Argentina; Kunstmuseum Ahlen, Germany; and Nakanojo Biennale, Japan, among others.
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Johanna Mirabel explores pictorial representation, shifting between abstraction, expressionism, and realism. She stages contradictions and juxtapositions using lush vegetation, partially present and disparate objects to evoke the inherent complexity of life between different cultures. Inspired by Glissant’s Creolisation, Mirabel creates pictorial forms that appear to be in constant motion, in which the characters are embedded, nested, and ready to merge in their moving environment. The artist invites us to inhabit her work, mentally exploring them as parallel realities, as she moves between painting and sculpture.
Johanna Mirabel has exhibited work at Espace des Femmes Antoinette Fouque, Paris; Luce Gallery, Torino; and Manifesta, Lyon, among others.
Andrew Ross is a sculptor and new media artist. His works ranges from process-based abstractions to figurative tableaus, combining idiosyncrasy, reverse engineering, and digital imaging to create narrative fragments. He uses everyday objects, popular culture, mythology, and online communities to create speculative fiction inspired by diasporic thought and explore the relationship between the arbitrary and the designed.
Andrew Ross has exhibited work at Clima, Milan; False Flag, New York; and American Medium, New York, among others.