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Marte Danielsen Jølbo

Marte Danielsen Jølbo is a curator, writer and editor. Her curatorial practice is concerned with site-specificity and transdisciplinary collaborations. She is interested in self-organisation, the relationship between curator and artist and in developing new tools and methods for curatorial writing.

Marte Danielsen Jølbo is a co-founder of Another Space, a project space for art and architecture, and is also co-founder and editor of the web journal Contemporary Art Stavanger. She is the author and editor of several essays and art publications. She has curated exhibitions at Open Source Gallery, New York City; Charlotte Street Foundation, Kansas City; insitu, Berlin, among others. Jølbo participated in Curatorial Program for Research, Mexico, 2017, and is the recipient of a Stavanger Curatorial Fellowship.

Past Resident
2017: Gallery 301

Yumiko Ono

Yumiko Ono is interested in form and formats. Repetition and reproduction are often seen in her work, which ranges from drawings to sculptures to videos to sound installations. Her aim is to interpret the subjects that she finds, and give them a new order through her point of view, which usually results in laconic expressions. She is currently experimenting with minimalistic geometric forms, particularly those related to the field of architecture.

Yumiko Ono is a contemporary artist who works with various media. Ono completed her BA in Oil Painting in Kyoto, Japan. She then went on to study in various countries including Hungary, Czech Republic and Israel as a government scholarship student before receiving an MA in Intermedia in the Czech Republic. She is currently completing her second MA degree in ceramics in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Past Resident
2017: Toby Devan Lewis

Didier William

Didier William is a painter and printmaker. His objects are collaged, carved, painted, and drawn to produce a painting surface that resists the rigidity of his materials. He draws from memory, oratory and historical archives to reimagine narratives of the black diaspora.

Didier William is originally from Port-au-prince, Haiti. He received his BFA in painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art and an MFA in painting and printmaking from Yale School of Art. His work has been exhibited at the Bronx Museum of Art; The Fraenkel Gallery, San Fransisco; Frederick and Freiser Gallery, New York; and Gallery Schuster, Berlin. He was an artist in residence at the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program, Brooklyn, and has taught at Yale School of Art, Vassar College, Columbia University, and SUNY Purchase. William is currently the Chair of the MFA Program at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.