Category: Artists

Residency: January - February 2023

Natalia Revko (UA)

Natalia Revko is an independent curator and contemporary art researcher. She is focusing on the underground conceptual art practices of the 1980s and the origin of the first contemporary art institutions and curation approaches in independent Ukraine in the 1990s. This area of interest arose from her experiences working as an archivist at the Museum of Odesa Modern Art. For now, she continues the research independently, collecting oral stories and digitizing artists’ archives.

Residency: January - February 2023

Olena Pronkina (UA)

Olena Pronkina (*1988) was born in Tashkent (Uzbekistan) and grew up in Kyiv (Ukraine). In 2013 she received a Master’s degree in Monumental Arts from the Kyiv State Institute of Decorative Applied Arts and Design named after Mychailo Boichuk.

Residency: November - December 2022

Nikola Ivanov (CZ)

Nikola Ivanov is an intermedia artist based in Prague working mainly with photography, video, and graphic design who will be working together with Pau Saiz Soler for the next two months as part of a media art residency and the Art&Tech Days festival. His work deals with the issue of temporality, historical memory, biopolitics and very […]

Residency: November - December 2022

Pau Saiz Soler (ESP)

Pau Saiz Soler (*1990) is an artist and designer from Barcelona who will be working together with Nikola Ivanov for the next two months as part of a media art residency and the Art&Tech Days festival. Soler studied product design and later worked as an industrial designer for several years. In 2018 he moved to […]

Residency: September - October

Ahmad BaBa (LEB)

Ahmad BaBa is a Lebanese visual and performance artist based in Berlin. His work is rooted in critical interdisciplinarity and anti-oppressive practices. With a performing arts background and currently working towards his MA in Dance and Movement Therapy, Ahmad focuses on developing embodied arts and therapeutic processes.

Residency: September - October

Magid (PS/JO)

Magid (they/them) are a visual artist who focuses on taboo and culturally sensitive issues, such as mental illness, sexual assault, family honor, and queerness.