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Magdalen Wong, “I know why you cry, but it is something I can never do,” 2017.

November 6, 3:00 PM–6:00 PM

Fall Open Studios

at Triangle Arts Association

Triangle is excited to announce in-person Fall Open Studios! Attendance is free. but time slot registration with reduced capacity will be required. All guests will be required to wear masks, observe 6-foot social distancing, and fill out a COVID-19 tracing form. To request accommodation, contact mail@triangleartsnyc.org

Magdalen Wong is an artist based between New York and Lisbon, working with found materials drawn from social media, advertising, and films, as well as from objects and sounds collected from her travels. Her recent works wander into various fictitious roles created by individuals and cultures to understand how we evaluate, alter, influence, and adapt ourselves to built social environments and solitary dreamed spaces.

In search of transparency in vision and voice, the medium-independent artist Joeun Kim Aatchim draws audiovisual essays. Her recent research focuses on the poetic translation of her stereoblindness and the psychology of womanhood. Aatchim’s projects have been shown internationally, including at SBC Galerie d’art Contemporain in Montréal, Long March Space in Beijing, 80 WSE Gallery, The Jewish Museum, and The Drawing Center in New York. She is a recipient of various fellowships, including Nida Art Colony in Lithuania, Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, The Lighthouse Works, and Open Sessions at The Drawing Center. She earned her BFA in Studio Arts at New York University and MFA in Visual Arts at Columbia University.

Latrelle Rostant is a toolmaker and textile artist who focuses on weaving. Latrelle was born in Port-Of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, and she and her mother immigrated to the United States when she was a child. With a BFA in Textiles and a Masters in Architecture from Rhode Island School of Design, Latrelle also has an MFA in Fiber and Martial Studies from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago where she was a recipient of the James Nelson Raymond Fellowship. Since then Latrelle has attended residencies at Vermont Studio Center and Bemis and has shown her work at the Torpedo Factory. Within her artistic practice, Latrelle works to understand how her own cultural understanding is reflected in how and what she makes.

Eileen Isagon Skyers is an artist, writer, and curator based in New York City. Her work and research engages with identity, new media, and digital culture. She co-founded the New-York based gallery HOUSING, whose mission is to support artistic practices and aesthetic experiences that contour the limits of visibility, and advance the conditional inclusion of artists of color. Alongside her work as an independent curator, Skyers has worked with arts institutions and organizations including Rhizome, David Zwirner, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Skyers is currently Director of Communications at Foundation. This residency occurs in partnership with the Finnish Cultural Institute in New York and the Finnish Cultural Foundation.

Ann Mirjam Vaikla’s practice as an artist, curator, or scenographer lies in the intersection of performing and visual arts working within various contexts; at galleries, theaters, and public spaces in Estonia and internationally. Nominated for a CEC ArtsLink fellowship, she is participating in residency programs at the Triangle Arts Association and Grand Central Art Center in the US. Her works have been recently shown at the Tallinn Art Hall (Outside/In, 2021), Kai Art Center (VII Artishok Biennial, Tallinn, 2020), Black Box Theatre (Oslo, 2020), and PQ (Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space, 2019). She led Narva Art Residency (NART) from 2017 to 2021 working mostly on curatorial projects involving community engagement (Point of No Return. Attunement of Attention, 2021; WEEDS FEED!, 2021; Narva Urban Lab projects (Re)configuring Territories, 2019, and Narva–Detroit: Postindustrial Cities on the Border – Where to? 2018). She studied Scenography (BA) at the Norwegian Theatre Academy and Culture and Arts (MA) at the Novia University of Applied Sciences in Finland. This residency is supported by CEC ArtsLink.

Maya Bamberger (born 1991, Jerusalem) is the curator of RawArt Gallery in Tel Aviv, a gallery dedicated to representing emerging and experimental artists. Recently curated exhibitions at RawArt include Dov Heller’s Nirim (2021), Sharon Glazberg’s Nowhere (2021), Sagie Azoulay’s Ernie (2020), and the group exhibition Raw Art (2019). One of her primary initiatives in the gallery promotes artists at the start of their careers, including youaresafe.net (2020), Maya Perry’s digital residency. Bamberger also instituted and produced, together with the gallery team, the 2020 Gallery weekend Tel Aviv events, marking the reopening of the Tel Avivian art field during the COVID-19 pandemic. As an independent curator, she co-curated with Ronny Koren, accompanied by Sergio Edelzstein, an exhibition of artist Hilla Toony Navok at the On Curating Project Space in Zurich for the multi-format series Choreographing the Public. In her practice, she works with the notion of the “ignorant curator” and with the boundaries of the curatorial to explore alternatives to explaining contemporary art. Bamberger holds a MAS in Curatorial Studies at Professor Dorothee Richter’s program at the Zurich University of the Arts and a B.A. in Art History and Cognitive Science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her writing regularly appears in OnCurating magazine. Maya Bamberger’s virtual curatorial residency is organized by Triangle in partnership with Artis.

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