Yasmina Haddad’s artistic practice is based on photography and sometimes extends to different media such as sculpture, sound and set design. Recent works focus on how different cultural expressions are inevitably connected and how this reciprocal impact manifests through esthetics. The subjects shown often derive from the fields of fashion and theatre, and are portrayed in stage-like situations. Somewhat artificial and glossy, isolated from their usual settings, they depict socio-cultural processes and recall the malaise of postmodern sensitivities.
Yasmina Haddad has exhibited work at Beirut Art Center; Liu Haisu Museum, Shanghai; and Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna, among others.
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Residents from Lebanon
Joshua Liebowitz’ practice is research focused and medium diverse. He is interested in a type of navigational project for Art which can inscribe as much as redirect the absurdity of the human condition through installations and events which negotiate between communication technologies, archive, narrative, and the articulation of social structures.
Joshua Liebowitz earned his BA at Columbia University. Liebowitz’ most recent solo exhibition was on view at this year’s SPRING/BREAK (New York, 2019). His work has been presented at CAFA International Gallery (Beijing); ISCP; NARS Foundation; Pioneer Works, and St. Mark’s Church (New York), amongst others. Joshua’s projects have been discussed in a variety of publications and media, including ARTNews, The Atlantic, Gothamist, Art F City, Art Uncovered, Packet BiWeekly, Bedford+Bowery, and Jacket2. He lives and works in New York City.
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Ground Floor Residents
Allard van Hoorn
Allard van Hoorn investigates relationships to our environment incorporating the disciplines of architecture, design, music and dance. He visually, acoustically and spatially transcodes our usage and perception of cities and nature in order to question preconceptions and experiences of the spaces we live and work in. Through mapping and the subsequent re-ordering of embedded rituals, rules and routines in buildings and public spaces, he allows for reinterpretation of form and function taking into account the inherent impossibility of complete description of our world by manmade systems.
Allard van Hoorn (Leiden, The Netherlands, 1968) has been shown at biennials in cities including Istanbul, Shenzen and Gwangju. His work has also been shown at the de Appel Arts Centre and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York City; Pinakothek der Moderne, Zurich; the Moore Space, Miami; MoCA and Zendai MoMA, Shanghai; Art Rotterdam; Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven; Gasworks, London; CCCB, Barcelona; Museu de Arte Moderna, Salvador; Museo de la Ciudad de México, the German Architectural Centre, Berlin and Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati. He currently collaborates as Outpost with OfficeUS, the official participation of the United States at the Venice Architectural Biennial. He tutors at the Architectural Association in London.