Alya Al Khalifa
Alya Al-Khalifa’s work focuses on the idea of movement. She experiments with different mark-making techniques through drawing and mixed-media. Throughout her practice, she observes the human experience as a collective, and how individuals move as groups, influenced by the rules of human nature and the nature that surrounds us.
Alya Al-Khalifa holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts from Chelsea College of Arts. She has exhibited work at University of the Art London and Chelsea College of Arts.
Residents from Qatar
Tim Bruniges is a visual artist and musician. His works take the form of site-responsive installations that foreground sound as an inherently public and inclusive phenomenon.
Residents from Australia
Laura Põld’s work deals with territory and place. She seeks to combine specific histories, or qualities of a given location, with her art. She works mainly with clay and ceramic sculpture, textile and embroidery, wood and painting, weaving them together with natural, context-specific and interdisciplinary elements, often engaging in collaborative endeavors.