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Current Resident: Jun 1, 2024–Jul 31, 2024


Studio #222


Abed Elmajid Shalabi

Abed Elmajid Shalabi investigates how technological objects construct emotional and cultural shifts and alter our connection to our body, gender, and self. His installations link homophobia, shame and sexual dissatisfaction to the political power structure that reinforces such dynamics and produces them.

Abed Elmajid Shalabi has exhibited work at Center for Contemprary Arts, Tel Aviv; and Hamiltonian Artists, Washington DC, among others.

Current Resident: Jul 1, 2024–Aug 31, 2024

International Visegrad Fund

Studio #301


Klára Orosz

Klára Orosz’s practice centers on the viewer’s interaction with objects and space. Her works explore visual and spatial perception, often involving installations that transform the gallery into interactive settings, constantly testing and pushing the boundaries between the object and the observer. Her aim is to create relational situations by minimizing the distance between the exhibited work and the viewer, inviting the audience to participate.

Klára Orosz has exhibited work at OSTRALE Biennale, Germany; Hungarian Academy in Rome, Italy; and Goldsmiths College, United Kingdom, among others.

Current Resident: Mar 1, 2024–Jul 31, 2024

Ministry of Culture, Taiwan

Studio #302


Feng-Yi Chu

Feng-Yi Chu explores the integration of mysticism in art across cultures and eras through curatorial endeavors spanning exhibitions, research, and podcasts. His studies explore a variety of topics, including the historical embodiment of mysticism in art, the impact of technology on mystical applications in art, the role of artistic methods in elucidating mysticism, and the contributions of mysticism to contemporary art movements such as futurism and ecofeminism.

Feng-Yi Chu has curated exhibitions at Hong-gah Museum; 本事艺术 Solid Art; and 水谷藝術 WALEY ART, all in Taipei, among others.

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