Sol Enae Lee
Sol Enae Lee’s work is centered on translation and language semantics, articulating things that cannot be stated in words. She investigates performative and often ephemeral aspects such as movement, music, and light to reflect the constraints of language. Text functions as a point of departure for her work and goes through a continual translation process across multiple media in order to embody texts indifferently and open up spaces.
Sol Enae Lee has exhibited work at Bradwolff Project, The Netherlands; BAK basis voor actuele kunst, The Netherlands; and Venice International Performance Art Week, Italy, among others.
Residents from South Korea
Laura Bernstein has exhibited at Essex Flowers Gallery; BRIC; and Children’s Museum of the Arts, all in New York, among others.
Residents from United States
Carlos Quijon, Jr.
Carlos Quijon, Jr. is a Manila-based art historian, critic, and curator. He was a fellow of the research platform Modern Art Histories in and across Africa, South and Southeast Asia (MAHASSA) convened by the Getty Foundation’s Connecting Art Histories project, and has written exhibition reviews for publications such as Artforum, MoMA’s post, Queer Southeast Asia and ArtReview Asia. Quijon previously co-curated the exhibition series Afro-Southeast Asia in Singapore, 2021, Manila, 2022, and Busan, 2022, and recently started the curatorial project Archipelagic Futurisms. In 2024, he will curate the Philippine Pavilion at the 60th Venice Biennale.
Carlos Quijon, Jr. has curated exhibitions at Vargas Museum, Philippines; ADM Gallery, School of Art, Design and Media, Singapore; and ASEAN Culture House, South Korea, among others.