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Bronwyn Katz

Incorporating sculpture, installation, video and prayer, Bronwyn Katz’s practice engages with the concept of land as a repository of memory and trauma, reflecting on the…

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Margaret Haines

Originally from Montréal, Margaret Haines is an artist whose multidisciplinary, research-based practice combines, in singular fashion, film, literature, philosophy, astrology, photography and installation.

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Michael Beutler

Michael Beutler’s work comes out of nothingness, a void. There are no preliminary steps. Materials, production, mechanics and method all come together in an exercise…

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Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill

Hill’s sculptural practice explores the history of found materials to enquire into concepts of land, property, and economy.

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Iñaki Bonillas

Despite all appearances, Iñaki Bonillas is not a photographer. Rather, his work investigates the materiality and semiotic depth of said medium in a somewhat topographic…

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Ken Lum

Ken Lum is an internationally recognized Canadian artist with an extensive exhibition record that includes Documenta, the Venice Biennale, Sao Paolo Bienal, Shanghai Biennale, Gwangju…

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Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley

Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley create graphically stylized short films that combine painting, performance, and Mary’s distinctive wordplay-rich poetry.

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Monsieur Zohore

Monsieur Zohore is an Ivorian-American artist based in Richmond, VA and New York, NY. His practice is invested in widespread consumption and digestion of cultural…

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Ale de la Puente

Ale de la Puente’s eclectic training was more oriented towards acquiring specific techniques related to industrial design and boatbuilding than to art and its theories,…

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Claudia Comte

Claudia Comte (b. 1983, Grancy) is a Swiss artist based in Basel, Switzerland. Working across site-specific installation, painting and sculpture, her practice is guided by…

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Dave McKenzie

Dave McKenzie uses video, sculpture, performance, and installation to explore how public space and the private self are simultaneously alienated, connected, and restricted.

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David Adamo

David Adamo is a sculptor avant la lettre due to his engagement with form and materiality. His sculptures of chipped away wood express this interest…