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Current Resident: Oct 1, 2020–Feb 28, 2021

Vision Fund

Studio #210

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Devin N. Morris

Devin N. Morris collapses memory and space to envision delicate new realms of existence. Informed by his upbringing in Baltimore and his personal experiences as a queer man of color, his work often portrays semi-fictive characters who exchange acts of kindness and care within surreal domestic settings. Extending his practice of collage into physical assemblage and sculpture, Morris creates site-specific environments that refract the domestic interior and subvert traditional values and social boundaries.

Devin N. Morris has exhibited work at Baltimore Museum of Art; Bass Museum, Miami; and P.P.O.W. Gallery, New York, among others.
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Current Resident: Jan 1, 2021–Jun 30, 2021

Beca Arte, CCU - Corporación Cultural La Araucana

Studio #211

Artist

Nicolás Grum

Nicolás Grum focuses his investigation on power relationships and its most diverse manifestations in different contexts. In the last years, he has been working specifically on museums from the western world, and collections acquired through colonial networks, providing a critique over museums representation and museological practice. He understands his work as a process that articulates through manipulation or re-interpretation of historical facts, in order to create an alternative narrative of what is imposed as “the official truth”.

Nicolás Grum has exhibited work at Beijing 798 Biennale; transmediale, Berlin; and Instituto Itaú Cultura, Sau Paulo, among others.

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Studio #212

Artist

Anaïs Horn

Anaïs Horn lives and works in Paris and Vienna. In her practice she often interweaves literature/text and photography/video, exploring moments of intimacy with a special interest in topics such as liminality and coming-of-age. She observes people and their spaces, gently crossing borders, opening up the private and making intimacy a sensual experience. In the process, she investigates time, memories, transience, the body and its traces, the cautious intrusion of privacy, and the aesthetics of reality and fugacity. The artist book is an important medium for her work: her photo books Fading (DCV, Berlin), Je suis malheureuse et heureuse (Meta/Books, Amsterdam) and How do you feel about “Lou”? (in collaboration with Eilert Asmervik, Meta/Books) are published in 2020.

Anaïs Horn has exhibited work at MAK – Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna; Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris; and Neue Galerie Institution, Graz, among others.

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