Elise Kirk is a photofilmic artist exploring the human psyche, constructs of place, and shifting ecology. She develops long-form photo-based projects, weaving illusions of documentary veracity, narrative allegory, and cinematic continuity into lyric sequences that question perception and certainty.
Elise Kirk has exhibited work at ClampArt, New York; The Center for Photography at Woodstock, New York; and Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, Nebraska City, among others.
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Residents from United States
In her curatorial work, Shih-yu Hsu explores images making, the media, and feminism. She co-founded the bilingual online media art platform SCREEN in 2015 and was the executive assistant of Taiwan Pavilion in the 2017 Venice Biennale. Her writing has been published on several publications including Artforum, Artist Magazine, and Art Investment.
Shih-yu Hsu has presented exhibitions at 456 Gallery, New York City; Taipei Contemporary Art Center; and Selarsar Sunaryo Art Space, Bandung, among others. She is currently a curator at Taipei Contemporary Art Center.
Residents from Taiwan
Rita Süveges elaborates an ecocritical approach to expand a deeper understanding of the contemporary representation of nature and thus landscape in the framework of the Capitalocene. In her practice, she focuses on community building and knowledge sharing. As a member of the artist group xtro realm, the artist organizes a multitude of programs (reading circles, exhibitions, field trips) dealing with ecological theories that critique the anthropocentricism of contemporary thinking. She lives and works in Budapest.
Rita Süveges has exhibited work at Ludwig Museum, Koblenz, Germany; Collegium Hungaricum Berlin; and OFF-Biennale Budapest, among others.ritasuveges.com