STUDIOS

 

2016 One Year Studio Artists

Koji Ryui

Blurring the border between animate and inanimate, seen and unseen, Koji Ryui explores the space between reality and perception through often humorously subtle interventions with objects.

BC Institute

Established in 2007, BC Institute is a platform for performative and collaborative contemporary art practice

Benjamin Forster

Forster's practice brings together digital and biological technologies, installation, performance and print to trace the boundaries of logic, economy and the role of the artist in art making.

Hossein Ghaemi

Ghaemi’s practice adopts themes of secrecy, the unconscious, theatricality and mysticism to create surreal scenarios through real and imagined characters.

Khaled Sabsabi

Khaled Sabsabi specialises in multimedia and site-specific installations, often involving marginalised cultures and communities.

Raquel Ormella

Raquel Ormella’s practice explores political language and its effects on national identity; and the complex relationship between humans and the natural environment

Nell

Nell’s practice embodies an interest in spiritual traditions, the magic of materials, mortality and impermanence, what it means to be in a body and the transcendence of Rock ‘n’ Roll.

A visitor in 2014 resident Tane Andrews Artspace Studio at the 2014 End of Year Finissage. Photo: Lucy Parakhina


Artspace One Year Studio Archive

01 Feb - 01 Feb 2017

Koji Ryui

01 Feb - 01 Feb 2017

BC Institute

01 Feb - 01 Feb 2017

Benjamin Forster

01 Feb - 01 Feb 2017

Hossein Ghaemi

01 Feb - 01 Feb 2017

Khaled Sabsabi

01 Feb - 01 Feb 2017

Raquel Ormella

01 Feb - 01 Feb 2017

Nell