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Past Resident

Sofia Stevi

Sofia Stevi is an artist living and working in Athens. Her paintings depict flowing interpretations of materiality in a universe where dreams are a construct of everyday experiences, bodies are in flux, chance takes on permanent substance, and time and space collide.

Sofia Stevi has exhibited work at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, United Kingdom; Onassis Foundation Stegi, Greece; and The Benaki Museum, among others.

Past Resident
2023: Vision Fund

Miatta Kawinzi

Miatta Kawinzi is a Kenyan-Liberian-American multidisciplinary artist working with sculptural installation, still and moving images, the voice and body, gesture, language, objects, space and sound to explore practices of re-imagining the self, identity, place, and culture through abstraction and poetics. Their work engages interior and exterior landscapes to illuminate themes of inter-connectivity, hybridity, diaspora, and queered temporalities. Kawinzi’s practice is informed by embodied research and an investment in the language of gesture as an expressive tool.

Miatta Kawinzi has exhibited work at PS122 Gallery; The Africa Center; and CUE Art Foundation, all in New York, among others.

Past Resident
2023: Vision Fund

Alicia Grullón

Alicia Grullón is a Bronx-based artist and organizer. Grullon’s social practice work extends to exploring how people relate to land in order to rally a transformation of our living by using performance and self-portraiture as a critique on the politics of presence, an argument for the inclusion of underinvested communities in political and social spheres. She is a Moore College of Art and Design Walentas Fellow for 2020-2022, and teaches at Queens College.

Alicia Grullón has exhibited work at Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University; Bronx Museum of the Arts; and BRIC Arts Media House, all in New York, among others.