Joani Tremblay investigates the perception of place through the relationship between landscape and its simulations and reproductions. Instead of painting from traditional observed landscapes, the artist assembles constructed ideas of a place from a variety of sources including advertisements, postcards, Instagram architecture influencers, social media, mass communications, and field researches. Tremblay assembles these images into digital collages to test hundreds of possibilities before applying paint.
Joani Tremblay has exhibited work at Harper’s Gallery, New York; Marie-Laure Fleisch Gallery, Brussels; and Interstate Projects, Brooklyn, among others.
Residents from Canada
Veronika Eberhart is a visual artist and musician based in Vienna. In her research-based practice, she seeks formal translation to her work through her transdisciplinary approach to video, sound, performance, and sculptural installations. She uses media to negotiate conceptual issues with the sensitivity of feminist and art historical artistic practices.
Veronika Eberhart has exhibited work at The MAK Center, Los Angeles; Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna; and A-Gallery, Tokyo among others.
Residents from Austria
Anna Estarriola is interested in the exchanges and interactions between visual and media arts with other disciplines, including performing arts and technology. The themes of her work revolve around perception of reality, individual and communal behavior, and communication. She uses cross-disciplinary narrative structures that explore and question the union of content, medium and context. Over the last years, she has created media installation works combining sculptures and moving image with dramaturgy, mechanics and electronics.