Fatima Mohammed works in mixed media, installation art and printmaking, creating her own homemade inks from medicines meant to cure her back complaint. Her work focuses on the changing social anatomy of the Arabian Gulf, portrayed through the perspective of her fictional character, 3naj (Anaj).
Fatima Mohammed (born 1993, Qatar) graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University Qatar (VCUQ) in 2016, with a major in Painting and Printmaking and a minor in Art History. She has exhibited work at al markhiya gallery, Fire Station, and Msheireb Museums, all Doha, among others.fatimamohammed.com
Residents from Qatar
Thiago Honório’s research starts from a transdisciplinary matrix. It is fueled by a transit between the ordinary and the extraordinary, by an encounter of different temporalities from the experience between the private and the public spheres, from different kinds of knowledge and exchanges, based on procedures such as dislocations, collections, appropriations, cuts and assemblies.
Residents from Brazil
With painting as her main medium Rusudan Melikishvili examines and explores themes and relations between subjects such as gender, body and femininity. Her works are based on some of humankind’s longlasting existential and psychological questions about birth, life, sexuality and mortality.
Rusudan Melikishvili has exhibited work at The Lviv National Art Gallery and the Hungarian National Museum, among others.