Julian Juhlin creates theatrical visual art using staging techniques he learned while working as a stage designer, establishing a distinct iconography in the artist’s practice. In his works, Juhlin stages figures and objects derived from his own experience, placing them in visual scenes frozen in time in an attempt to maintain and preserve specific stages of life.
Julian Juhlin has exhibited work at Copenhagen Contemporary, Denmark; Prague Quadrennial, Czech Republic; and Royal Danish Theatre, Denmark, among others.
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Residents from Denmark
Through sculpture, photography, and site-responsive installation, Laurie Kang explores the body as an ongoing process. The artist considers her work to be regurgitative, combining theory, poetry, and biography. Kang’s broad approach to photography examines the complex nature of identity, the body, and its connections to larger social structures. Her work delves into topics such as affect, embodiment, non-linearity, and non-singularity.
Laurie Kang has exhibited work at the New Museum, New York; SculptureCenter, New York; and Oakville Galleries, Ontario, among others.
Residents from Canada
Anaïs Horn’s work intertwines literature, text, photography, video, drawing and painting to explore intimate moments. With a focus on liminality and coming-of-age, Horn observes people and their spaces. In her artistic process, she investigates time, memories, the body and its traces, the cautious intrusion of privacy, the aesthetics of reality, and fugacity. Her images take shape by exploring surfaces and objects, and they frequently unfold into spatial installations.
Anaïs Horn has exhibited work at Camera Austria, Graz; Paris Photo, Curiosa Section, Paris; and MAK-Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna, among others.