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The Sumptious Art of Studio Visits

Elisabeth Molin

Elisabeth Molin

Elisabeth Molin2 Min
Lisa Seebach Min

Lisa Seebach

Lisa Seebach2 Min
Katharina Schilling Min

Katharina Schilling

Katharina Schilling2 Min
Cem Dinlenmis Min

Cem Dinlenmiş

Cem Dinlenmis2 Min
Antonia Low Min

Antonia Low

Antonia Low2 Min
Deborah Edmeades Min

Deborah Edmeades

Deborah Edmeades2 Min
Anne De Vries Min

Anne De Vries

Anne De Vries2 Min
Fuyuka Shindo Min

Fuyuka Shindo

Fuyuka Shindo2 Min
Entang Wiharso Min

Entang Wiharso

Entang Wiharso2 Min

In autumn 2017, Antonia Low and Elisabeth Molin photographed the current artists in residence at The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) by inviting themselves in for studio visits. Housed in a former factory in Brooklyn, with work studios, galleries and a project space, the ISCP is New York’s most comprehensive international visual arts residency program. The aim is to support the creative development of artists and curators, and promote exchange through residencies, public programs and frequent studio visits. Whilst in residence themselves, Low and Molin collaborated to document a number of the studio spaces and the food and drink the occupying artists had prepared for their visit.

Antonia Low & Elisabeth Molin

Antonia Low's installations, sculptures, and photographs are inspired by the infrastructures that support everyday life and configurate work spaces, storage rooms, and archaeological excavations. In the context of museums and exhibition spaces she turns such casual phenomena into visual objects and arrangements. Antonia has had solo exhibitions at Palazzo Altemps, Museo Nationale Romano (2016); K21 Kunstsammlung NRW Duesseldorf (2015); Kunstverein Braunschweig (2014); Kunstmuseum Bonn (2014); and most recently, in 2017 at Eigen&Art Lab Berlin, Deutsches Haus at NYU New York, and Gingko Space Beijing. Three monographs on her work have been published: Der verlorene Raum/Pax und Concordia wartend (Kettler Verlag, 2014), Inventar (The Greenbox Verlag, 2012), and Low Deluxe (Argobooks, 2009). Her current residency at ISCP is sponsored by the Berlin Senate for Culture and Europe.

Elisabeth Molin's practice deals with slips in perception, time warps and bodily displacements; often materializing as video, performance and storytelling. Her work looks beyond the seamless ideology of the world we live in and finds multiple jarring contradictions, dislocations, asymmetries and quiet injustices. The solutions to these questions lie in the hint of rupture, of the gap between what we see and what we understand to be true. Elisabeth studied at Chelsea College of Art and Royal College of Art in London. She has shown work at Sixty Eight Institute and Charlottenborg Kunsthal in Copenhagen, The Danish Institute in Edinburgh and Art Current Institute in New York. She has been awarded residencies at Cite des Arts in Paris, Danish Cultural Institute in Rome and Athens and at CCA Andratx in Mallorca. In 2013 she was shortlisted for the Tenderflix Award at Tenderpixel Gallery and in 2017 she was awarded a fellowship from Hasselblad Foundation at ISCP in New York.