Kubra Khademi considers herself as a multidisciplinary artist. Interested in subjects of female identity such as sexuality, she has—for the past few years—been creating performances and performative videos where her body is always at the center. Recently, using personal stories as raw material for art, she has returned to her drawing practices of self-portraits and images of women.
Kubra Khademi has exhibited work at Galerie Eric Mouchet, Paris; MUCEM, Marseille; and Palais de Tokyo, Paris, among others.
Uwa Iduozee is a photographer and documentary filmmaker based in Helsinki and New York. Iduozee works with narratives that opens new visual representations and understandings towards identities: his work focuses on expanding the ways in which contemporary society understands blackness by challenging this traditional framework. History of Afro-Finnishness and Black identities are recurrent topics in his recent work.
Uwa Iduozee has exhibited work at Finnish Museum of Photography, Helsinki, and will be exhibiting at the Helsinki Biennale 2021.uwaiduozee.com
Residents from Finland
Yousef Bahzad works with painting and experimental photography. The artist maintains and builds upon what he refers to ‘visual mythos,’ consisting of past drawings, paintings, and photographs. Bahzad observes how the works supplement and speak to each other as a starting point to explore themes of individuality and universality.
Yousef Bahzad has exhibited work at Fire Station, Doha, Qatar, and ITSLIQUID Group, Venice, among others.