Sukaina Kubba is a multidisciplinary and material-based artist whose work is strongly rooted in material and cultural research, story-telling, and drawing connections. Kubba works with industrial and packaging materials as signifiers and concrete indices, and explores traveling objects, textiles and vehicles as carriers of cross-cultural histories. She depicts rugs as peripatetic architectural components rolled and unfurled by nomads and migrants and put over sand, rocks, floors, and walls to denote a re-location.
Sukaina Kubba has exhibited work at The Next Contemporary, Toronto; Aga Khan Museum, Toronto; and Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, among others.
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Residents from Canada
Ruth Owens situates the Black subject at the intersection of two relationships. She explores the human-human relationship, focusing on the racially determined relationships between members of the African diaspora and those of northern European origin, as well as the human-environment relationship, particularly the devastating effects of climate change on people with limited resources.
Ruth Owens has exhibited work at Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans; Ackland Art Museum, North Carolina; and Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans, among others.
Residents from United States
In her practice, Hung-Yen Chang explores and reexamines the relationship between artistic development and social context during and post the Cold War era through the writing, archive-collection, and curating, with the goal of rediscovering the momentum and reflections between of historical moments. As an art administrator, Chang is also interested in the generative system and trends of cultural institutions in contemporary urban spaces.
Hung-Yen Chang has curated exhibitions at Tainan Art Museum and Taoyuan Museum of Fine Arts, in Taipei, among others.