In his practice Shahpour Pouyan explores power, domination, and possession through culture. He transforms political issues into a monument of poetic and visual form. The repetition of mistakes and errors is one of his main concerns, and he reflects this by bringing historical aesthetics and mediums to his art practice. He grapples with materials provided from the political world and historic documents; the poetic qualities of power and the human condition inspire him.
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Stine Hebert is a Copenhagen-based curator. She has curated exhibitions for various spaces internationally and taught at universities and art academies in Europe. Hebert has previously held positions as curator at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, curator at Malmö Art Museum, Acting Director of BAC -Baltic Art Center, Rector of Funen Art Academy, and most recently Dean of The Academy of Fine Art at Oslo National Academy of the Arts.
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Jianru Wu is a curator and writer based in Guangzhou. Her practice look at the consequences of rapidly diversifying structures of relationship and power in East Asia within a digital era. Her curatorial works include “Re/sentiment” (2016) at A+ Contemporary, Shanghai and “Southern Climate” (2017) at N3 Gallery, Beijing. “Forget Sorrow Grass: An Archaeology of Feminine Time” (co-curated with Sirui Zhang, 2019) at Guangdong Times Museum. She is the Director of Media Lab at Guangdong Times Museum since 2019.