Ludovica Carbotta’s practice focuses on the physical exploration of urban space and how individuals establish connections to their environment. In recent works, she has looked at fictional site specificity, a form of site-oriented practice that considers imaginary places, or embodies real places within fictional contexts. Through this work, she aims to recover the role of imagination as valuable to knowledge production.
Ludovica Carbotta (born 1982, Turin) lives and works in Maastricht, The Netherlands. She has exhibited works at MAXXI Museum, Rome; Kunstlerhaus Museum, Graz; and Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, amongst others. Carbotta is the recipient of the 5th Ariane de Rothschild Prize.
Residents from Italy
Anders Bülow works at the intersection of painting and sculpture. His practice is framed by the possibilities and limitations of the materials he employs. Bülow seeks a sensitive aesthetic that borders on the vulgar.
Anders Bülow has exhibited works in Copenhagen and other European cities, including Officin, Copenhagen; Danske Grafikere, Copenhagen; and After Howl, Brussels.