Artist Residencies

Established in 2016, the residency program invites, all year long, world-renowned artists, thinkers, researchers, writers, curators and other practitioners to conduct research and carry out projects related to their artistic fields.

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Established in 2016, the residency program invites, all year long, world-renowned artists, thinkers, researchers, writers, curators and other practitioners to conduct research and carry out projects related to their artistic fields.

This programme is taking shape in a thousand-year-old, average-size city with a strong identity whose territory is marked by both a unique natural and historical heritage and a remarkable concentration of cultural activities. Fully integrated into the Parc des Ateliers programme, it is enriched by the diverse fields of research in which it operates, such as contemporary production, the environment, hospitality and education.

Ahmet Öğüt


(fall 2016)
Ahmet Öğüt was born in Silvan, Diyarbkır, Turkey, in 1981.
He lives and works between Amsterdam and Berlin.

Ahmet Öğüt is constantly seeking to create works that address complex social issues (immigration, demographic problems, the impact of economic activity on everyday life and workers’ re-appropriation of working tools), with a sense of humour that highlights rather than masks the seriousness of their subject matters.

Droits réservés

Sohrab Mohebbi


(September-December 2016)
Sohrab Mohebbi was born in Tehran, Iran, in 1981.
He lives and works in New York.

Sohrab Mohebbi is a curator at the Sculpture Center in New York. Since 2018, he has curated solo shows by Jean-Luc Moulène, Banu Cennetoğlu and Fiona Connor. For four years, he was an associate curator at REDCAT, an arts centre related to the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts).

Droits réservés

Peio Aguirre

art critic, artist and writer

(September-December 2016)
Peio Aguirre was born in Elorrio, Spain, in 1972.
He lives and works in San Sebastián.

Peio Aguirre regularly contributes to frieze magazine. As an independent curator, he was in charge of the Spanish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2019 with artists Itziar Okariz and Sergio Prego.

Laura Diez

Anna Colin

(October-December 2016)
She lives and works in London.

Anna Colin is the co-director of the Open School East in Margate, England – a space dedicated to artistic development and the exchange of knowledge and savoir-faire between artistic and local communities. She is also an associate curator at Lafayette Anticipations –Galeries Lafayette Foundation in Paris.

Victor & Simon

Annie Godfrey Larmon

art critic, writer and curator

(October-December 2017)
She lives and works in New York.

Annie Godfrey Larmon is a regular contributor to the American magazine Artforum. She is now writing a book about artists Beverly Pepper and Mary Reid Kelley, as well as her first novel.

Daniel Terna

Pierre-Alexandre Mateos and Charles Teyssou

(October 2017- March 2018)

Respectively born in 1989 and 1988, in Toulouse, France.
They live and work in Paris.

Pierre-Alexandre Mateos and Charles Teyssou are a curator duo based in Paris. In May 2018, they curated the ‘Cruising Pavilion’ exhibition at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale, interrogating the relationship between minority sexual practices and architecture. A second iteration of their curatorial project was exhibited at Ludlow 38, in New York, in February 2019, and the third and last edition took place at ArkDes in Stockholm, Sweden, in the fall of 2019. In September 2018, they were the curators of a group exhibition on neo-liberal baroque at Converso, Milan. They often contribute to magazines such as Flash Art and L’Officiel Art.

Droits réservés

Paul B. Preciado

philosopher, writer and curator
(January-May 2018)
Paul B. Preciado was born in Burgos, Spain, in 1970.
He lives and works between Paris and Barcelona.

Paul B. Preciado is a writer, a curator and an internationally recognized figure in the fields of the philosophy of the body, gender studies and sexual politics. His first book, Countersexual Manifesto, became a reference point for queer and transfeminist European activism. He is the author of Testo Junkie. Sex, Drugs and Biopolitics and Pornotopia. He recently published An Apartment on Uranus, a collection of his articles for the French daily newspaper Libération since 2013.

Droits réservés

Florentina Holzinger

dancer and choreographer
(fall 2018 and spring 2019)

Florentina Holzinger was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1986.
She lives and works between Vienna and Amsterdam.

Florentina Holzinger’s dance pieces are driven by the notion of identity, sexual and physical transgression. Drawing inspiration as much from Viennese Actionism, body art and bodybuilding as from classical ballet, cabaret and even circus, she deconstructs, performance after performance, the very definition of femininity.

Nada Zgank

Yuri Pattison

artist, Frieze Artist Award 2016
(fall/winter 2018-2019)

Yuri Pattison was born in Dublin, Ireland, in 1986.
He lives and works in London.

Yuri Pattison uses digital technologies, video and sculpture to conduct extensive research on the social and political ramifications of accelerated technology development and visual density in the all-digital age.

Droits réservés

Mohamed Bourouissa

(winter 2018-spring 2019)

Mohamed Bourouissa was born in Blida, Algeria, in 1978.
He lives and works in Paris.

Mohamed Bourouissa’s videos, sculptures, photographs and installations have often taken the margins of our society as a starting point. Since his debut, he has been creating a range of super contemporary portraits that try to escape the sociocultural stereotypes of our time, thanks to a constantly renewed collaborative and exchange-driven practice.

Kamel Mennour

Kiluanji Kia Henda

artist, Frieze Artist Award 2017
(spring 2019)

Kiluanji Kia Henda was born in Luanda, Angola, in 1979.
He lives and works between Luanda and Lisbon.

Kiluanji Kia Henda questions, and not without humour, the colonial past of Angola, his native country, as well as the history of the African diasporas in Europe and today’s migration tragedy, while tackling the notions of identity, modernity and political engagement in his artistic practice.

Droits réservés

Cecilia Bengolea

artist, dancer, performer
(March-June 2020)

Born in 1979 in Buenos Aires (Argentina)

Cecilia Bengolea perceives performance as an animated sculpture that allows her to become object and subject simultaneously within her own work. Her practice is translated in video, performance and sculpture. She researches on anthropological community dance forms both contemporary and archaic. She’s particularly interested in composing with nature symbolics and energies , the elements and within a community of close collaborators such as François Chaignaud, Craig Black Eagle, Erika Miyauichi. She lives and works in Paris.

Droits réservés

Flora Katz

researcher, curator, art critic
(January–June 2020)

Born in 1984 in Choisy-Le-Roi, France.
Lives and works in Paris.

Since 2015, Flora Katz has been working at the university Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne on a thesis called: Speculative Realisms and Contemporary Art, Possible Aesthetic and Critical Dialogues: Pierre Huyghe. Concurrently with her research, she teaches at the Institute of Higher Art Education in Paris, collaborates with many reviews (Artpress, Mouvement, Cura) and curates exhibitions.

Droits réservés

Jakob Kudsk Steensen

(January–June 2020)

Born in 1987 in Copenhagen, Denmark.

In his work, this multimedia artist brings past, present and future landscapes and ecosystems to life thanks to his micro and macro view of the environment, and through the lens of virtual reality, based on a long process of research in the field and with specialists in species conservation.

Adrian Deweerdt

Linda Yablonsky

art critic, journalist and writer

The author of The Story of Junk: A Novel, as well as an art critic and journalist. Based in New York, she has been covering the international art world for more than 25 years for many publications, including The New York Times and T Magazine, Bloomberg News, Artforum and, The Art Newspaper and W Magazine. She has also contributed critical essays to monographs or exhibition catalogues on artists including Anish Kapoor, Keith Sonnier, Marilyn Minter, Francesco Vezzoli, Elmgreen & Dragset, Mark Morrisroe and James Nares. During her 2017 residency at Luma Arles, she worked on Why Jeff Koons?, the first book to take complete account of the artist's life and career, to be published in the United States by Henry Holt & Co.

Julie Beaufils

(September 2020 - November 2020)

The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Julie Beaufils was born in France in 1987. She lives and works in Paris. 

Julie Beaufils studied at the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts, in Paris, and at the USC Roski School of Art and Design, in Los Angeles. She has exhibited in various galleries and institutions such as Balice Hertling, Paris; Mendes Wood DM, São Paolo; the Kunsthalle, Mulhouse; Overduin & Co, Los Angeles; and the Pernot Ricard corporate foundation, Paris, among others.

Adrian Deweerdt

Constance Debré

(October 2020 - January 2021)

Constance Debré was born in Paris, France in 1972.

She studied at the Lycée Henri-IV and was a criminal lawyer until 2018. 
She has published two novels: Play Boy (Stock, 2018), and Love Me Tender (Flammarion, 2020). As part of her residency at Luma Arles, Constance Debré is working on her next opus. “The work begun in my previous books, which I intend to continue in this way, explores the possibility (?) of being oneself.” It raises the question of the construction of an identity shaped by a double movement, the horizontal movement of narration, as well as the vertical movement of the emancipation of the subject (the narrator) from social, sexual and family identities. Construction, deconstruction, as it were.  

Precious Okoyomon

(October 2020 - December 2020)

Precious Okoyomon was born in London, United Kingdom, in 1993.

Precious Okoyomon is both a poet and an artist who lives in New York and creates portals to new worlds. Okoyomon had solo shows at the MMK, Frankfurt, this year, and at Luma Westbau, Zurich, in 2019. Their second book But Did U Die? will be published by Serpentine/Wonder Press in 2020.

Droits réservés

Sara Sadik


(March 2021 - June 2021)

Born in Bordeaux (France) in 1994. She lives and works in Marseille.
Sara Sadik is an artist. She works on French youth from working-class neighborhoods and its culture, documenting its mysteries and deconstructing social mythologies, particularly those related to adolescence and masculinities. Her work is expressed in videos and performances, ranging from documentaries to science fiction and reality TV. During her residency at Luma Arles, Sara Sadik will prepare a docu-drama on Arlesian youth. 

Alexandre Khondji


(March 2021 - June 2021)

Born in Paris (France) in 1993. He lives and works between Paris and London.
Alexandre Khondji is an artist. He studied at Bard College, in New York, and more recently at the Royal College of Art, in London. His artistic practice questions the status of the image and the work of art through their power of exhibition and manifestation. His work is also accompanied by theoretical research that he will seek to develop during his residency.

Miriam Laura Leonardi


(March 2021 - May 2021)

The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Born in 1985 in Lörrach (Germany). She lives and works in Zurich (Switzerland).

Miriam Laura Leonardi navigates through a variety of media, questioning language and signs as a construction of meaning, which are subject to change over time, and examines social norms with an often ironic undertone and the minimal aesthetics of conceptual art. She relies on the potential of appropriation to uncover the structures that shape capitalist commodity culture and with a surreal exploration of thought she produces enigmatic objects of desire, such as fake ready-mades, ephemeral installations and sculptural work as well as videos and video-performances. For her residency in Arles she foresees to work for the first time in ceramics to create vases after a Sicilian tradition for decorative domestic purposes.

Adrian Deweerdt

Charlotte Houette

(spring - summer 2021) 

The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Charlotte Houette was born in France, in 1983. She lives and works in Paris. 

Charlotte Houette studied at the beaux-arts de Paris and at the Art Center College of design in Pasadena.
Her work as a painter integrates several techniques, such as printing, transfer, construction and sculpture. Prefabricated elements, such as windows or doors evoking the cut-out facades of simplistic model houses, are recurrently integrated into the paintings, placing them halfway between abstract painting and the ready-made.
In 2015, she co-founded The Cheapest University, an experimental school that organises workshops, residencies and lectures. Within this project, she created the journal EEAPES, which is based on collective readings and translations of feminist science fiction.

Adrian Deweerdt

Christodoulos Panayiotou

(september - november)

Born in 1978 in Limassol, Cyprus.
Lives and works in Limassol.

Christodoulos Panayiotou's research focuses on the identification and discovery of hidden narratives in the visual evidence of history and time. His most recent solo exhibitions were held at the 56th Venice Biennale as part of the Cypriot Pavilion; at the Centre de Création Contemporaine Olivier Debré, Tours; at the Camden Art Centre, London; at the Musée d'Orsay, Paris; at Casa Luis Barragán, Mexico City and at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm.

Droits réservés

Julien Creuzet

(november - december, then april - june)

Born in 1986 in Blanc-Mesnil, France.
Lives and works in Montreuil.

Parker Ito

(from mid-october to mid-november)
The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Born in 1986 in Orange County, USA.
Lives and works in Los Angeles.

Parker Ito's practice tends towards the creation of a large and interconnected body of work, taking the form of installations, paintings, sculptures, videos, drawings, websites, books and prints. Parker Ito has exhibited in museums and art centers around the world including Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen; Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver; Times Museum, Guangzhou; Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; Sifang Art Museum, Nanjing; Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris; Fall River Museum of Contemporary Art, Fall River; and Trondheim Kunstmuseum, Trondheim. His work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions at Beijing Art Now Gallery, Beijing; White Cube, London; Sadie Coles HQ, during CONDO London; Chateau Shatto, Los Angeles; Galeria Mascota, Mexico City; Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York; Team Gallery, New York and Los Angeles; Air de Paris, Paris; Three Star Books, Paris; and Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco.

Julien Ceccaldi

(in late November to mid-December)
The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Born in 1987 in Montréal, Canada. He lives and works in New-York. 

Through painting, drawing and comics, Julien Ceccaldi depicts characters in search of love and success. Inspired by the archetypes of the Shoujo manga tradition, his stories focus on personal and sentimental relationships involving androgynous beings.
His body of work depicts the intersection of cute and morbid, and conveys an interest in the constraints of fashion and public image.
He has participated in several exhibitions in institutions and galleries including the Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne; House of Gaga, Mexico City; Jenny’s, New York; and Lomex, New York.
Julien Ceccaldi has been featured in various publications including Artforum, Frieze and Mould Map, and is the author of several self-published comic books.

Heji Shin

Maria Hassabi

Artist and choreographer
(April to July 2022)

Born in 1973 in Cyprus. Lives and works in Athens.

Maria Hassabi is an artist and choreographer, who practices equally in performance, installation, sculpture, photography and video.

Her recent solo exhibitions include Secession, Vienna (2021); Pulitzer Arts Foundation, St. Louis (2019); MUDAM, Luxembourg (2019); Centre Pompidou, Paris (2019); and the National Gallery of Canada (2019). Louis (2019); MUDAM, Luxembourg (2019); Centre Pompidou, Paris (2018); K20, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf (2017-18); Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (2017); Museum of Modern Art, New York (2016); Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2015); The Kitchen, New York (2019, 2016, 2013, 2011, 2006); Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (2015); Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne (2014); Centre d'Art Contemporain, Geneva (2012); Performance Space 122, New York (2007, 2009). 

Droits réservés

Alvaro (cadet) Barrington

(April 2022)

The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.


You're the most insecure person I know and it's disgusting/
We have to be gentle with each other’s hearts 
I Like America and America likes me 
For the CULTURE/
If you were them, You would be them/
“You’ve got to give them something special, you got to give them you, what you do, what you represent”
New women, old ways, Gotta Keep a Balance/
I look cooler than I am/
I don't want my work to be some fucking free zone associations/
Build the margins/
Yo No se
Swear by the moment 
Centering identifies 
Consider the source 
Emotional thirst-trap
Long journey not a lot of time
Borderless experience
You can’t be upset without being willing to educate
We just have to know more about each other before we speak on each other
Economic privilege masquerading as morality
As black men we are always trying to feel secure
I grew up the weird nigga in the hood
Debt trap anxiety 
Human rights to have the fruits of their labor stored somewhere
The boomer class
D riding disfunction 
Emotional implications 

Adrian Deweerdt

Naoki Sutter-Shudo

(May 2022)

Born in 1990 in Paris.
The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Naoki Sutter-Shudo is born in Paris in 1990 and grows up in Tokyo. After a stint at the Beaux-Arts de Paris and Art Center College of Design in Pasadena (California), he joins and co-runs Shanaynay, a now-defunct project space in Ménilmontant (Paris). Since 2015 he has been living and working in Los Angeles, where he founded Bel Ami gallery in 2016. As an artist, he mainly works in sculpture and photography, and is interested in the relationship between langage and materials. He also writes short fiction. His art is represented by Derosia (New York) and Crèvecœur (Paris).

Droits réservés

Asha Schechter

(Mid June to Mid July 2022)

The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Asha Schechter is an artist based between Los Angeles and New York. Upcoming exhibitions include "Objects of Desire" at LACMA in Fall 2022. Other activities include running The Vanity, a gallery in Los Angeles, and Apogee Graphics, a publishing and design firm co-founded with Laura Owens.

Droits réservés

Gary Indiana

Writer and artist
(Mid July to Mid August 2022)

The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Gary Indiana is a writer and artist. He is the author of seven novels and eight books of nonfiction. His videos and photography have been exhibited in numerous one-person and group shows, including the 2014 Whitney Biennial.  

Droits réservés

Sadie Laska 

Visual artist and musician
(August 2022)

The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Sadie Laska (b. 1974, West Virginia) is a visual artist and musician living in Queens, New York. She received her MFA from Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts in 2014. Laska’s work has been shown internationally, with solo shows at Canada, New York; 56 Henry, New York; Soccer Club Club, Chicago IL; Office Baroque, Brussels; KS Art, New York; and Galerie Bernard Ceysson, in Paris, Saint Etienne, France; Luxembourg and Geneva. In 2017, she was the subject of a three-person exhibition at Newport Street Gallery, London, organized by Damien Hirst. That same year, Laska curated Animal Farm, a group exhibition at the Brant Foundation and Study Center in Greenwich, CT. Additionally, her work has been included in group exhibitions at Night Gallery, Los Angeles; Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, White Columns, Marlborough Gallery, James Fuentes Gallery, all in New York; among others. Laska’s band, I.U.D. has performed at venues including the Whitney Museum of American Art, PS1 Contemporary Art Center, The Kitchen, ISSUE Project Room, Astrup Fearnley and the Kunsthalle Zürich.

Droits réservés

Eric Palgon

Painter, sculptor and poet
(August 2022)

The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Eric Palgon is a painter, sculptor, and poet living in Queens, NY. His work is inspired by nature, craft, touch, and play. He runs the online gallery, Ahava Shemesh, found on Instagram, and the artist and poetry book press, Turtle Jazz.

Droits réservés

Alicia Vaïsse

(September 2022)

The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Alicia Vaïsse, born in 1983, is a graduate of the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris.
She also holds a Master's degree in Law and Art History. Today, Alicia is an art and horse riding teacher and lives on a horse farm while practicing her art through various forms of drawing, painting and photography. She draws her inspiration from the animal world that surrounds her as well as from her imagination, fed by documentary and fictional literature, being particularly interested in works questioning the links between different species.

Droits réservés

Atheel Elmalik

Thinker, writer and filmmaker
(September 2022)

Atheel Elmalik is a thinker, writer and filmmaker committed to the work of rendering black and African diasporic life on screen with specificity. She is interested in exploring liberated relationships of people to land and one another through stories of movement and migration, intergenerational healing, and connection to the sentience of the more than human world. 

Atheel received a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from Stanford University where she focused her degree on African Studies and Visual Studies. She then held curatorial fellowships at art institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York in the Media and Performance Art department, the Studio Museum in Harlem, and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. After spending the last two years assisting and managing artist Arthur Jafa’s studio in Los Angeles, she is currently developing her first narrative film through Jafa’s newly formed film studio, SunHaus, which she will be working on while in Arles. 

Droits réservés

Adee Roberson

Interdisciplinary artist 
(October 2022)

The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Adee Roberson is an interdisciplinary artist whose work is a meditation on symbolism and texture. Synthesizing performance and installation, they work melds vibration and technicolor visions through paintings, video, and melodic compositions. These works offer a refracted timeline of black diasporic movement, weaving sonic and familial archives, with landscape, rhythm, and spirit. 

They have exhibited and performed at numerous venues including, Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Antenna Gallery, Project Row Houses, Palm Springs Art Museum, Human Resources , UTA Artist Space, NADA Miami, Contemporary Art Center New Orleans, MOCA Los Angeles, and Art Gallery of Ontario. Adee has been an Artist-In-Residence at Echo Park Film Center, Treehouse Lagos, and ACRE. They are a recipient of the New York Foundation for the Arts Cutting Edge Grant and the 2021 Los Angeles Artadia Award. They are based in Los Angeles, California.

Droits réservés

Clément Rodzielski

(November 2022)

The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Born in 1979.
The work of Clement Rodzielski is part of a practice of uses and misuses of images. He most often borrows the means of painting, and by this medium, he prolongs an interrupted existence of objects, or conversely preventing the flow, redistributing the surfaces.
He is represented by the Chantal Crousel gallery in Paris.

Droits réservés

Alake Shilling

painter and sculptor
(December 2022)

The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Alake Shilling (b. 1993) is a painter and sculptor based in Los Angeles who creates characters stemming from the artist’s childhood obsession with Lisa Frank and the aesthetic of after-school craft, making the viewer become what she calls “an accessory of comfort.” However, unlike the works of Lisa Frank, Shilling’s painted characters depart from perfection. Imagine if you will, Lisa Frank illustrated with candid empathy. Shilling notes “There is a dialogue between me and each character. The characters are more of an emotion. They embody a feeling.” Shilling takes additional influence from the natural world, collecting images of flowers, many of which are translated into her own visual vocabulary. She listens to Disco as her music of choice, drawing from glittering Disco album covers for inspiration, which appear in surprising moments of texture in her paintings. Shilling’s characters ultimately realize her childhood dream of creating her own visual lexicon of cute animals and plush creatures that were made to soothe and comfort, yet in her world embody the human condition in all its imperfections.

Adrian Deweerdt

Mona Varichon

Artist and translator
(December 2022)

The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Mona Varichon is an artist and translator. She studied sociology at Paris Descartes University, then fine arts at the San Francisco Art Institute and the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. Her videos, performances, and photographic series chronicle and seek to pay homage to the present time, while revealing the sociological realities that drive it and make it worse. Her work has recently been shown at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; the Capc musée d’art contemporain, Bordeaux; the National Gallery, Prague; and in galleries such as Cocotte, Treignac (France), Alienze, Vienna (Austria), and The Vanity, Los Angeles.

Naoki Sutter-Shudo

Shahryar Nashat

Visual artist
(2022 / 2023)

Shahryar Nashat is a visual artist. He has had shows at MoMA, New York (2020); SMK, Copenhagen (2019); Swiss Institute, New York (2019); Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland (2017); Portikus, Frankfurt, Germany (2016); Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin (2016). 

Gaëtan Malaparte

Ahlam Shibli

(2022 / 2023)

Born in Palestine, in 1970.

Through a documentary aesthetics, Ahlam Shibli's photographic work addresses the contradictory implications of the notion of home; it deals with the loss of home and the fight against that loss, also with the restrictions and limitations that the idea of home imposes on individuals and communities marked by repressive identity politics. Her work has been presented, among others, in ICO, Seoul Museum of Art, Fotonoviembre, IVAM, Museum der Moderne Salzburg, MSU, UGM, Remai Modern, S.M.A.K., documenta 14, Cassa di Risparmio, Camera Austria, Carré d'Art, Zachęta, Qalandiya International, Henie Onstad, Muzeum Sztuki, MACBA, Jeu de Paume, Serralves, Reina Sofía, Haus der Kunst, Galeria Kombëtare e Kosovës, 3rd Thessaloniki Biennale, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Tate Modern, Muzeum Sztuki Nowoczesnej w Warszawie, Darat al Funun, KW, CGAC, Pompidou, Documenta 12, Bienal de São Paulo, Kunsthalle Basel, Busan Biennale, Seville Biennial, Istanbul Biennial, T1 Torino Triennale, Yokohama Museum.

Adam Linder

danser and choreographer
(winter / spring 2023)

Born in Sidney, Australia in 1983.

Linder’s practice focuses on the specifics of dance and how different forms or genres relate to notions of technology, desire, value and power. At the age of sixteen, Linder was scouted by The Royal Ballet School in London and left Australia to pursue a career as a dancer. Linder’s early training was later consolidated during formative years spent with The Michael Clark Company and Meg Suart's Damaged Goods where he began to develop the critical and experimental strands that inform his choreographic work.

Shahryar Nashat


artist and activist

January / February 2022

At the crossroads of multiple disciplines and identities, Habibitch is an Algerian-born, Paris-based, decolonial feminist queer artist-activist who has built an art practice that is as “woke” as her politics.

Using spaces ranging from the ballroom scene to alternative festivals and institutional places, Habibitch’s performances and speeches are always intersectional, decolonizing the dancefloor wherever she goes. “Dance your politics and politicize your dance” is the vital punchline of this Swiss knife artist.

Bertrand Jeannot

Blake Rayne


The “Studio of the South” residency led by the American artist Laura Owens for LUMA Arles.

Blake Rayne was born in Lewes; Delaware in 1969. He lives and works in New York.



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