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James Beckett

James Beckett’s practice explores overlooked histories concerned with industrial development and the built environment. With a focus on the physicality of historically-laden objects, his works deal with cultural signs that shape our experience in the modern era. The approach considers proximity in the experience of subjects through tertiary bodies, and the implications of their given traces. Beckett activates objects in order to unpack their abstract and metaphysical potential, often employing the absurd and uncanny to form new perspectives on formative events.

James Beckett has exhibited at the 56th Venice Biennale, Venice; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; and MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Lisbon, amongst others. His work is in collections of Centre Pompidou, Paris, and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. He is the winner of Prix de Rome Art & Public Space.

jamesbeckett.net

Past Residencies

2020–2021
Mondriaan Fund

Joiri Minaya

Joiri Minaya’s work is a reassertion of Self, an exercise of unlearning, decolonizing and exorcizing imposed histories, cultures and ideas. She reconciles the experiences of growing up in the Dominican Republic and navigating the United States and the Global North, using gaps, disconnections and misinterpretations as ground for creativity.

Joiri Minaya has exhibited work at Baxter St at the Camera Club of New YorkWave Hill, New York; and Centro León, Santiago, Dominican Republic, among others.
joiriminaya.com

Past Residencies

2020–2021
Vision Fund

Tali Keren

Tali Keren is a multidisciplinary artist and educator born in Jerusalem and based in Brooklyn. Her performances, videos, and installations center on the formation of political ideology, historical mythologies, and the ongoing legacies of settler colonialism. Through poetic interventions into archival sources, legislative documents, and the creation of immersive documentary installations, Keren seeks to unsettle foundational national myths. Her practice is grounded in collaboration, cross-disciplinary dialogue, and experimental pedagogy as a way to forge new forms of collectivity and political imaginaries.

Tali Keren has exhibited at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Detroit; Queens Museum and Eyebeam, both New York City, among others.

talikeren.com

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