SB14 Participating Artists

Journey Beyond the Arrow, curated by Zoe Butt, will include works by:

Khadim Ali
Antariksa
Shiraz Bayjoo
Adriana Bustos
Kawayan de Guia
Rohini Devasher
Léuli Eshrāghi
Carlos Garaicoa
GUDSKUL
Anawana Haloba
Roslisham Ismail (Ise)
Meiro Koizumi
Jompet Kuswidananto
Nalini Malani
Lee Mingwei
Neo Muyanga
Tuấn Andrew Nguyễn
Phan Thảo Nguyên
Ho Tzu Nyen
Ahmad Fuad Osman
Lisa Reihana
Mark Salvatus
Ampannee Satoh
Thamotharampillai Shanaathanan
Kidlat Tahimik
Xu Zhen
Qiu Zhijie
Lantian Xie
31st Century Museum of Contemporary Spirit

Making New Time, curated by Omar Kholeif, will include works by:

Lawrence Abu Hamdan
Sophia Al-Maria
Cory Arcangel
Marwa Arsanios
Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck
Semiha Berksoy
Candice Breitz
Huguette Caland
Ian Cheng
Shezad Dawood
Stan Douglas
Lubaina Himid
Alfredo Jaar
Ann Veronica Janssens
Barbara Kasten
Astrid Klein
Marwan
Otobong Nkanga with Emeka Ogboh
Bruno Pacheco
Heather Phillipson
Jon Rafman
Michael Rakowitz
Pamela Rosenkranz,
Hrair Sarkissian
Anwar Jalal Shemza
Amie Siegel
Kemang Wa Lehulere
Munem Wasif
Akram Zaatari

Look for Me All Around You, curated by Claire Tancons, will include works by:

Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla
Caline Aoun
Leo Asemota
Aline Baiana
Hannah Black
Mohamed Bourouissa
Jace Clayton
Christopher Cozier
Annie Dorsen
Torkwase Dyson
Alaa Edris
Alia Farid
Peter Friedl
Meschac Gaba
Nikolaus Gansterer
Eisa Jocson
Isabel Lewis
Daniel Lie
Laura Lima
Ulrik López
Carlos Martiel
Suchitra Mattai
Mohau Modisakeng
New Orleans Airlift
Tracey Rose
Wael Shawky
Caecilia Tripp
Wu Tsang

Kidlat Tahimik

Kidlat Tahimik

Artist

As an obsessive cultural observer and self-taught cineaste, Kidlat Tahimik has been exploring his inner cultural contradictions since 1975 by making non-commercial films.

Koizumi, Meiro

Koizumi, Meiro

Artist

Often based on performances and constructed scenarios, Meiro Koizumi’s video installations investigate the boundaries between public and private, which are of particular importance in his native Japanese culture.

Lewis, Isabel

Lewis, Isabel

Artist

Isabel Lewis works on the aesthetics of the experiential, creating spaces of sociable encounter between human and nonhuman agents in the format she has named the ‘hosted occasion’.

López, Ulrik

López, Ulrik

Artist

Ulrik López’s practice is concerned with the exchange and circulation of objects and their transition from ideas to phenomena in relation to space.

Martiel, Carlos

Martiel, Carlos

Artist

Carlos Martiel is a performance artist whose visceral political critiques address contemporary issues related to censorship, oppression and immigration.

Osman, Ahmad Fuad

Osman, Ahmad Fuad

Artist

Sociopolitical themes such as identity politics, the abuse of power and historical amnesia have long been key concerns in the conceptual works of Ahmad Fuad Osman.

Rafman, Jon

Rafman, Jon

Artist, Filmmaker

Artist and filmmaker Jon Rafman explores the paradoxes of modernity in his sculpture, videos and installations.

Reihana, Lisa

Reihana, Lisa

Artist

Lisa Reihana (Ngā Puhi, Ngāti Hine, Ngāi Tu) is known for a practice that interrogates gender, power and representation.

Rosenkranz, Pamela

Rosenkranz, Pamela

Artist

Pamela Rosenkranz creates abstract sculptures, works on paper, videos and installations that reference the figurative by alluding to its malleable condition.

Satoh, Ampannee

Satoh, Ampannee

Artist

Ampannee Satoh’s work examines cultural identity, nation state, faith and individuality by bringing focus to traditional subjects in the Pattani region of Thailand, her homeland.

Tancons, Claire

Tancons, Claire

Curator

Claire Tancons is a curator and scholar invested in the discourse and practice of the postcolonial politics of production and exhibition.

Tsang, Wu

Tsang, Wu

Artist, Filmmaker

Wu Tsang’s artistic practice explores states of connectedness and in-betweenness; often this fluidity manifests as collaboration or the merging of disciplines such as performance, moving image, sculpture and installation.

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