Ustina Yakovleva creates paintings, graphic works, and objects. A large part of her practice is informed by graphic works consisting of identical individual strokes that create abstract compositions; an automatic writing of sorts that binds time into material form. In her works in other media, she follows similar principles: embroideries evolve into organic structures, fabric sculptures grow to resemble continents or icebergs, or possibly electronic circuits rooted in empty air.
Residents from Russia
Sebastian Burger explores themes around the integrity of the human body, its physicality and the construction of identity through materiality, texture, and surface. He creates paintings that look back at their observers with delicate gradients as well harsh shapes and colors.
Sebastian Burger has exhibited work at Kunstverein Leipzig; Platform Stockholm; and Gateway Center for Contemporary Art, Brest, France, among others.
Residents from Germany
Charles Moore holds a Masters in museum studies from Harvard University. At Harvard, his Master’s thesis discussed the inequalities of partnership programs between schools in Black communities and art museums. . Recently, he entered a Doctorate program at Columbia University, where he plans to explore artworks made by people of color.