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RESIDENTS_

RAFAEL MORALES CENDEJAS

Rafael's artistic process is deeply influenced by the recognition of new literary forms, his projects linked through the self-publishing platform, a concept that derives from the do-it-yourself culture, used by subcultures with much to express but little visibility.

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NORA SCHMEL

The core of Nora's practice is based on sensation and observation. She looks at perspectives as a point of view and also as the architectural meaning of the term. Examining the legacy of our past and its impact on our present, and vice versa, provides the fundamental context for your current artistic practice.

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LUCIE JEAN

Lucie Jean lives and works in Paris and Bagnolet. Graduated from Ecole Estienne in 1999 and Ecole nationale superieure des Beaux-arts de Paris in 2003, she participated in various residencies in Quebec, Finland, Japan and on the Island. His photographic work is essentially based on the inscriptions that humans leave in nature with a predilection for aquatic elements.

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RITA ISSAC

Currently, Rita's focus of interest is based on the anthropological definition of No places (Marc Auge) and on the dichotomies associated with this concept: emptiness or full, volume and emptiness, interruption VS continuity, presence and absence of one in such places / not places and how our action cannot function in space, but responds to it.

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MARIA FERREIRA

The basis of Marie's work considers that the human body is an object, her aim is to explore this by eliminating its concept and social weight by treating it as a landscape or an abstract composition. For Marie, the human body is a work in progress from which she tries to branch out.

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MILES JOHNSON

Miles works with technology at the core of his practice because of its transformative capacity. Reinterpreting objects and experiences using technical methods (often in conversations with more traditional processes) allows you to connect with others by creating new lines and forms of communication.

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