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Teresa Henriques with Robert Knafo

Hsiao Sheng Chein with Robert Knafo

Alexandra Do Carmo with Robert Knafo

Visitors

2007-2008 We are very grateful to the following colleagues who passed through Location One this year to meet the residents. (listed in alphabetical order) MARCO ANTONINI CECILIA ALEMANI IRINA ZACCO ALLESANDRELLI MIGUEL AMADO OMBRETTA AGRÒ ANDRUFF JEAN BARBERIS TAIRONE BASTIEN KOAN JEFF BAYSA JEANNE BRUN ANGELIQUE CAMPENS FRANCISCA CAPORALI ANJA CHAVEZ BILJANA CIRIC ANNE COUILLAUD […]

Residency Artist Interviews

As part of the International Residency Program, Location One organizes artist discussions between the residents and curators, art critics or other artists. These discussions are video taped and placed here for public viewing. Eric Van Hove with ArezooCliff Evans with Rachel Gugulberger Ruey-Hsiaan Hsu with Eric Schiner Miguel Palma with Marie Losier Agnieszka Kalinowska with […]

Teresa Henriques (Portugal)

Teresa Henriques (Portugal). Henriques’s work revolves around the understanding of the concept of “Perception”. The guidelines of her research are defined by drawing, geometry, philosophy and optical phenomena. The resulting body of work consists of drawing machines and contemplative objects in space highlighting the relationship between artwork and human body.

Alexandra Do Carmo (Portugal)

Alexandra’s work uses drawing to explore the manifold relations between artist and audience, the public and the private. She not only explores drawing in its essential form of marks on paper, but also through the expanded frame of video, photography and performance.

Hsiao Sheng Chien (Taiwan)

“Thanks to science and new inventions in technology, I have chosen mechanics and video-recording devices as tools to reflect e-society, plus such mediums as feeling, listening, smelling and virtual pictures to produce interaction between viewers and my works. This enables viewers to break through purely static visual limitation and further experience what the artist intends to express in his works in an all round way. Personal participation can better stimulate the imagination of viewers.”