Veronika Eberhart is a visual artist and musician based in Vienna. In her research-based practice, she seeks formal translation to her work through her transdisciplinary approach to video, sound, performance, and sculptural installations. She uses media to negotiate conceptual issues with the sensitivity of feminist and art historical artistic practices.
Veronika Eberhart has exhibited work at The MAK Center, Los Angeles; Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna; and Belvedere 21, Vienna among others.
Residents from Austria
In her practice, Kahori Kamiya examines her Japanese identity and womanhood, reflecting on issues of racial discrimination and grief while delving into her own experience with topics like maternity, breastfeeding, and the pandemic. Kamiya employs organic shapes, semi-figurative drawings, and crystals in her painted sculptures to allude to traditional Japanese spirituality and its affinity to nature.
Kahori Kamiy has exhibited work at Solo Exhibition at Amos Eno Gallery, Brooklyn; Dumbo Arts Festival, Brooklyn; and the 14th WRO Media Art Biennale, Warsaw, among others.
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Residents from United States
Dana Robinson is a multidisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn who combines vintage materials, found objects, and paint to explore the themes of Blackness, womanhood, and ownership.
Dana Robinson has exhibited work at Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City; Texas State University, San Marco; and 92nd Street YMCA, New York, among others.