Samuel Henne’s work is concerned with the complex interrelationships between sculpture and photography, particularly how sculptural objects are represented, displayed and transformed. Recently, Henne has been exploring museum displays and cabinets, as well as the underlying strategies of archiving sculptures in historical and archaeological contexts. In his practice, Henne intertwines formal, art historical and contemporary aspects to create images.
Residents from Germany
Lihi Turjeman creates large-scale monochromatic painting installations that explore the multiple meanings of space. Her works emphasize the duality of a wholistic approach and attention to details, achieved by ‘mapping’ and scratching surfaces. Turjeman’s practice lies between figuration, abstraction, and action painting.
Residents from Israel
Emily Floyd works with sculpture, printmaking and public installation. Her work takes place at the intersections of sculpture, public space, design and social crisis. It embraces elements of expanded sculpture and a range of print media and typographic artifacts, including the poster and the manifesto.