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Studio #203


Yuki Higashino

Yuki Higashino explores a variety of topics through his work, including the influence of digital technology on our visual culture, immigrant identity, and the conflict between language and picture. Higashino combines several aesthetic standards, such as those of photography, calligraphy, and film, to create his own distinctive pictorial lexicon.

Yuki Higashino has exhibited work at Mumok, Vienna; Last Tango, Zurich; Contemporary Art Factory, Kyoto; Galerie Kunstbuero, Vienna; and The Brno House of Arts, among others.

Current Resident: Jul 1, 2022–Aug 31, 2022

International Visegrad Fund

Studio #204


Radek Brousil

Using primarily textiles, ceramics, film, photography and video, Radek Brousil creates installations that address social testimony and present an activist stance on the future’s unpredictability. With an interest on post-colonial tendencies in the contemporary artistic discourse, Brousil examines these issues on a symbolic, individual, and emotional level. He characterizes social, cultural, and environmental problems using novel interpretations and terminology.

Radek Brousil has exhibited work at Komplot, Brussels; Futura, Prague; and Parisian Laundry, Montreal, among others.

Current Resident: Jun 1, 2022–Aug 31, 2022

Canada Council for the Arts

Studio #205


Sukaina Kubba

Sukaina Kubba is interested in stories of travel and transport across oceans, seas and deserts: people, animals, materials and manmade artifacts. Kubba works across several mediums including drawing, painting, fibres, audio, video and installation to explore material cultures, appropriation and assimilation. She is also interested in the study of rugs, their packaging and their transport; fictional lives on real cruise-ships; and parables about desert animals and their legal woes.

Sukaina Kubba has exhibited work at Aga Khan Museum, Toronto; Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow; and Kendall Koppe, Glasgow, among others.

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