Start Up Lectures 2014-15
The Start Up Lectures of the Fellowship Program for Art and Theory 2014-15 will take place in Büchsenhausen on Friday, 17th October 2019, at 19.00.
In this context the new Fellows will introduce themselves and their work, and provide some insight into their respective proposals for the coming months.
• Bisan ABU-EISHEH
The Archival Mechanism
• Annalisa CANNITO
In the Belly of Fascism and Colonialism
• Raja’a KHALID
The Politics of Comfort
• Emma WOLUKAU-WANAMBWA
Of Houses and Death
Bisan Abu-Eisheh *1985, lives in London and Jerusalem. He studied Visual Contemporary Art at the International Academy of Arts, Palestine, and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London.
Annalisa Cannito *1984 in Acqui Terme/IT studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna Post Conceptual Art Practices with Marina Gržinic. She graduated in 2013.
Raja’a Khalid *1984, is a Dubai-based artist and writer who explores the political and imperial underpinnings of spatial products and practices. She received her MFA in Fine Art from Cornell University, New York in 2013. She has participated in group and solo project shows in New York, Innsbruck and Dubai.
Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa *1976 in Glasgow, studied English Literature at Cambridge University, Cambridge (1995-98) and Fine Art at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London (2006-08). Prior to joining the UdK Graduiertenschule, Berlin (2012-14), she was a participant in the LUX Associate Artists Program/UK (2009), and a Fine Art Researcher at the Jan van Eyck Academie (2012). Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa works in a wide range of media, including installation, sound, video, photography, printmaking and drawing. She has also recently begun writing. Her work has been shown in exhibitions and screenings, in among others Kampala/UG; Mainz; Vienna; Venice; Paris; London; Seville and Innsbruck. Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa received the grant of the City of Innsbruck in the context of the Inter-national Fellowship Program for Art and Theory at Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen 2014-15.
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