Yen-Ting Hsu investigates the cultural context of sounds, explores the connection between life, environment and ethnic cultures, and reflects on the relationship between sounds and their surrounding world. Using field recordings as her primary material, Hsu creates audio documentaries, soundscapes and sound performances. She also works extensively with dance theaters as a sound designer.
Yen-Ting Hsu has exhibited at Taipei Artist Village, Fremantle Arts Centre, and Taipei Fine Arts Museum, among others.suotsana.net
Residents from Taiwan
Tammi Campbell’s art practice engages with the tradition of Modernist and Minimalist painting. Campbell humorously probes the specificity of the medium of painting and the fetishism of the creative process through paintings made in the style of trompe l’œil, but which appear to remain unfinished. She draws upon various materials and peripheral activities that are specific to the art world, and which contribute to a deep questioning of the value attributed to painting and to artists’ craft.
Tammi Campbell (born 1974, Canada) has exhibited work at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; Vancouver Art Gallery; and Remai Modern, Saskatoon, among others.campbelltammi.com
Residents from Canada
Sara Enrico’s work is based on the concept of “weave,” encompassing both objects and language. Working with analog and digital processes and employing painting with textiles, she investigates material surface in relation to the body. Her abstract shapes connote the haptic and the anthropomorphous.
Sara Enrico has exhibited works in Italy and abroad, including Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin; Les Instants Chavirés, Montreuil; and Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Como, amongst others.saraenrico.weebly.com