Past Residents

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Past Resident
2020: AES+F

Ustina Yakovleva

Ustina Yakovleva creates paintings, graphic works, and objects. A large part of her practice is informed by graphic works consisting of identical individual strokes that create abstract compositions; an automatic writing of sorts that binds time into material form. In her works in other media, she follows similar principles: embroideries evolve into organic structures, fabric sculptures grow to resemble continents or icebergs, or possibly electronic circuits rooted in empty air.

Ustina Yakovleva has exhibited work at the 5th Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art, Ekaterinburg; Winzavod Center for Contemporary Art; Museum of the Artistic Exploration of the Arctic, Arkhangelsk, all Russia among others.

Residents from Russia

Past Resident
2020: National Endowment for the Arts

New Red Order

New Red Order (NRO) is a public secret society facilitated by core contributors Adam Khalil, Zack Khalil, and Jackson Polys. Now based in New York and working with an interdisciplinary network of Informants, the NRO co-produces video, performance, and installation works that confront desires for indigeneity and obstacles to Indigenous growth and agency.

New Red Order has exhibited work at the Whitney Biennial 2019; Toronto Biennial 2019; and Tate Modern, London, among other institutions.

Past Resident
2020: Artis

Charles Moore

Charles Moore holds a Masters in museum studies from Harvard University. At Harvard, his Master’s thesis discussed the inequalities of partnership programs between schools in Black communities and art museums. . Recently, he entered a Doctorate program at Columbia University, where he plans to explore artworks made by people of color.

Charles Moore has published work on the subject of contemporary arts and related topics on Artnet, Artsy, and Arte Fuse, and more.