Oriane Stender’s current work is a hybrid of painting and weaving. She is drawn to weaving for conceptual, historical, aesthetic, and visceral reasons. Building structure and surface concurrently, line by line and weft by weft, is a grounding practice, one with great integral strength. Weaving is an ancient technology, the basis for many modern innovations – most notably the computer – and is still happening, from the studios of individual makers through the most complex industrial settings, and points all along the way.
Oriane Stender has exhibited work at Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco; Temporary Art Manto, Mantua, Italy; and Lehman College Art Gallery, New York among others.
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Tali Keren is a multidisciplinary artist and educator born in Jerusalem and based in Brooklyn. Her performances, videos, and installations center on the formation of political ideology, historical mythologies, and the ongoing legacies of settler colonialism. Through poetic interventions into archival sources, legislative documents, and the creation of immersive documentary installations, Keren seeks to unsettle foundational national myths. Her practice is grounded in collaboration, cross-disciplinary dialogue, and experimental pedagogy as a way to forge new forms of collectivity and political imaginaries.
Tali Keren has exhibited at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Detroit; Queens Museum and Eyebeam, both New York City, among others.talikeren.com