Mia Raadik is a conceptual feminist artist whose work challenges social norms and highlights their underlying causes.
Mia Raadik has exhibited work at The Naked Island Project Space, Tallinn; Tallinn Art Hall; Kogo Gallery, Tartu, all Estonia, among others.
Residents from Estonia
Josué Mejía’s work starts from historical revisions in order to acknowledge the processes that shaped the past; he traces different story lines that allow him to employ historical “inaccuracies” in order to produce alternative narratives that function as counter-histories to the official version. He is currently interviewing objects that were embedded in the narratives of twentieth-century exhibitions between Mexico and the United States in order to evidence their participation in complex diplomatic agreements.
Josué Mejía has exhibited work at Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City, SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah; and Embajada Gallery, San Juan, among others.
Residents from Mexico
Larissa Kopp & Florian Aschka
Larissa Kopp & Florian Aschka work with staged photography and utilize performance as a tool to investigate queer strategies as well as mythology and the notion of a collective cultural memory. This extends to video, interactive happenings as well as performative interventions in which boundaries of prevailing gender roles, constructed exoticisms, and standardization processes are confronted with the notion of a queer utopia.
Larissa Kopp & Florian Aschka has exhibited work at Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow, Poland; Kunsthaus Graz, Austria; and Belvedere 21, Austria, among others.