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Current Resident: Oct 1, 2018–Dec 31, 2018

SAHA Association

Studio #204


İnci Furni

İnci Furni contemplates the constructed spaces of social life and researches the possibilities of new and as-yet-undefined fields of individual existence outside of these. Furni’s inner world and everyday life fill the background of these research processes. Dreams, imaginations and content are brought into the works through inward processes of exploration without designating an individual quest or inner journey.

İnci Furni has exhibited work at Arter, Istanbul; Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna; and the 2009 Istanbul Biennial, among others.

Current Resident: Sep 1, 2018–Feb 28, 2019

Senate Department for Culture and Europe, Berlin

Studio #205


Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz

Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz produce installations that choreograph the tension between visibility and opacity. Their films capture performances in front of the camera, often upsetting normative historical narratives and conventions of spectatorship, as figures and actions across time are staged, layered and re-imagined. Their performers are choreographers, artists and musicians, with whom they are having a long-term conversation about the conditions of performance, the violent history of visibility, the pathologization of bodies, as well as companionship, glamour and resistance.

Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz have exhibited work at PARTICIPANT INC, New York City; Kunsthalle Zürich; and Gwangju Biennale, among others. Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz will represent Switzerland at the 2019 Venice Biennale.

Current Resident: Dec 1, 2018–Dec 31, 2018

Canada Council for the Arts

Studio #206


Laurie Kang

Laurie Kang’s practice includes photography, sculpture and video in site-responsive installations. She uses materials in ways that emphasize their inherent sensitivities and connections to human and nonhuman matter. Regarding bodies as situated, political, and simultaneously always in relation as ongoing processes, her work exists in literal and metaphoric states of becoming and unfixity. She engages ‘mis-use’: rupturing rules, processes and functions of mediums and materials, stimulating relational, unknown affects and changes.

Laurie Kang has exhibited work at COOPER COLE, Toronto; Gallery TPW, Toronto; and Galeria RasterWarsaw, among others.

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