Daniel Wagener’s photography involves graphic design, staging and urbanism. He focuses on objects and urban landscapes that are both familiar and transgressive to him. He documents traces accidentally left behind by people, and the absurd normality everyday life staging. In their saturated primary colors, Wagener’s photographs portray commonplace scenes that propose new approaches to reality.
Daniel Wagener has exhibited work at Cercle Cité, Luxembourg; Brussels Gallery Weekend, Belgium; and Les Rencontres d’Arles, France, among others.danielwagener.org
Residents from Belgium
Modupeola Fadugba’s multimedia practice encompasses painting, drawing and socially-engaged installation. She explores the social history of communal swimming pools, within a greater context of visibility, access and representation. In Fadugba’s ongoing series Synchronised Swimmers, she continues to explore moving bodies, focusing on community and group dynamics, developing a new interest in interdisciplinary collaborations with other artists and local communities. As an avid and lifelong swimmer, her figures also represent her own challenges navigating the fluid landscape that is the art world.
Residents from Nigeria
Joaquín Boz creates abstract paintings and drawings of various scales. He works with the different qualities that materials offer to tell stories in his pieces. Boz’s paintings and drawings are the result of processes of ladening material.
Joaquín Boz has exhibited work at Móvil, Buenos Aires; Steve Turner, Los Angeles; and Barro | Arte contemporáneo, Buenos Aires, among others.joaquinboz.com