Past Resident2022: Vision Fund
Zachary Fabri is an interdisciplinary artist that complicates boundaries around studio research, performance, and socially engaged practice by immersing himself in environments such as Target stores, the Trump Hotel, and the streets of Brooklyn. Employing conceptual strategies and context specificity, he utilizes drawing, photography, video, performance, and sound to create discourse around issues of equality, representation, justice, and the dismantling of systemic oppression.
Zachary Fabri has exhibited work at Sharjah Biennial 2019, United Arab Emirates; Museum of Modern Art and The Studio Museum in Harlem, both New York City, among others.
Residents from United States
Past Resident2022: Ministry of Culture, Taiwan
Yi Kuo is an interdisciplinary developer and media artist. His works are often a combination of different media, including virtual reality, multiplayer gaming, audio-visual performances, installations, and theater space. He builds system structures to connect layers of spaces and forms of bodies, and seeks dialectic perspective between mythological and technological narratives. Kuo is the co-Founder/Director of the new media art group NAXS Corp.
Yi Kuo has exhibited work at Ars Electronica Center, Linz; transmediale, Berlin; and Unsound Festival, Warsaw, among others.
Residents from Taiwan
Past Resident2022: Johnson Picture Framing & Galleries2021: Johnson Picture Framing & Galleries2020: Tauck Ritzau Innovative Philanthropy
Adjani Okpu-Egbe is a multidisciplinary artist who uses mixed media, including found objects, to make works that shed light on socio-political and economic issues affecting Africa, its diaspora and reflecting on global social justice. The artist explores autobiographical content, various themes; including family, love, loss, humour, mythology, and day to day life experiences to create metaphors throughout his practice.
Adjani Okpu-Egbe has exhibited work at Kunstverein Braunschweig Museum, Braunschweig; SAVVY Contemporary, Berlin; Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel; and Kunstpalast Museum, Düsseldorf, among others. In 2019, Adjani was the recipient of the inaugural Ritzau Art Prize via ISCP, 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair, and the Tauck Ritzau Innovative Philantropy.