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Current Resident: Sep 1, 2023–Nov 30, 2023


Studio #202


Nikita Shokhov

Nikita Shokhov’s virtual practice delves into the human condition, exploring issues such as whiteness and blackness, queer phenomenology, carnivalesque, religions, and technology. Shokhov uses spatial computing to create lens-based media ranging from traditional photography to volumetric cinematic forms. Employing a documentary approach, his works engage critical thinking, philosophy, political and social agendas.

Nikita Shokhov has exhibited work at Loop Barcelona, Spain; The Watermill Center, New York; and World Press Photo, Amsterdam, among others.

Current Resident: Sep 1, 2023–Nov 30, 2023

Doosan Art Center

Studio #204


Suzy Park

Suzy Park is a Seoul-based independent curator interested in the praxis of friendship, love, religion, and queerness as political and aesthetic allegories of contemporary art. Park’s latest research has focused on abstractness that does not rely on concerns outside of art, as well as abstractness as an attribute of art. She manages the Seoul-based curatorial agency AGENCY RARY and co-operates WESS, a project space in Seoul with 11 more curators.

Suzy Park has curated work at SeMA Bunker; Total Museum of Contemporary Art; and WESS, all in Seoul, among others.

Current Resident: Sep 1, 2023–Feb 29, 2024

Senate Department for Culture and Europe, Berlin

Studio #205


Okka-Esther Hungerbühler

Artist Okka-Esther Hungerbühler works with both painting and sculpture to explore different themes. In her paintings, Hungerbühler returns to the shape of the „princess dress“, which she uses abstractly, and depicts rooms as colored sketches of interiors. Her sculptures are creature-like, with a highly simple body shape composed of decorative materials.

Okka-Esther Hungerbühler has exhibited work at Kunstverein Dresden, Dresden; Schwartzsche Villa, Berlin; and mumok Wien, Vienna, among others.

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