Laia Estruch (b. 1981 Barcelona, Spain) is an artist whose work centers around the voice and the body, using both performance and sculpture. Her projects analyze the emotional possibilities of the a cappella voice and the non-dramatized body, opening a space for reflection on the performative nature of language, sound recording and oral archives.
Photo: Arnau Mata
Omar Mismar (b.1986 Bekaa Valley, Lebanon; based in Beirut, Lebanon) is an interdisciplinary artist whose work probes the entanglement of art and politics and the aesthetics of disaster. Using material interventions, formal deliberations and translation strategies, Mismar explores conflict and its everyday representations.
Self-portrait. Photo: Omar Mismar
Rising Up from Halite
Huniti Goldox is an artist collective consisting of Areej Huniti (b. 1989 Jordan) & Eliza Goldox (b. 1985, GDR), whose work is shaped by contextual examinations of geopolitical realities, marginalized oral histories and mythologies. In their research, they are interested in how political systems, transitions and violence affect bodies of water and landscapes.
Photo: Daniel Schäfer
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