Yen-Ting Hsu investigates the cultural context of sounds, explores the connection between life, environment and ethnic cultures, and reflects on the relationship between sounds and their surrounding world. Using field recordings as her primary material, Hsu creates audio documentaries, soundscapes and sound performances. She also works extensively with dance theaters as a sound designer.
Yen-Ting Hsu has exhibited at Taipei Artist Village, Fremantle Arts Centre, and Taipei Fine Arts Museum, among others.
Residents from Taiwan
Rajyashri Goody is a visual artist and ethnographer. Her practice is informed by her background in social science as well as her Dalit roots. Through the use of various media, including writing, ceramics, photography, video, and sculptural works made with found objects and food items, she attempts to decode and make visible instances of everyday power and resistance within Dalit communities in India. She is currently researching parallels and contrasts in foodways in the context of race and caste.
Rajyashri Goody has exhibited work at The Showroom, London; Harvard University, Cambridge; and Khoj International Artists’ Association, New Delhi, among others.
Residents from India
Anders Bülow works at the intersection of painting and sculpture. His practice is framed by the possibilities and limitations of the materials he employs. Bülow seeks a sensitive aesthetic that borders on the vulgar.
Anders Bülow has exhibited works in Copenhagen and other European cities, including Officin, Copenhagen; Danske Grafikere, Copenhagen; and After Howl, Brussels.