Residents / POSTPONED Interdisciplinary Residency May 2020

  • Caroline Minchew

    POSTPONED Interdisciplinary Residency May 2020

    Caroline Minchew is a photographer and artist currently working and living in Brooklyn, New York.

    Using the landscape as an intuitive guide to understand and articulate personal and collective stories, she is interested in the idea of psychogeography and how spaces can be explored through movements based on how one feels over what one knows. Minchew works in various mediums including alternative and historic photographic processes and photographs using a large format camera. For the last five years, she has focused on platinum palladium printing and is published in the publication Platinum and Palladium Photographs: Technical History, Connoisseurship, and Preservation (Constance McCabe, ed. Washington: American Institute for Conservation, 2017).

    She has exhibited in galleries throughout the United States and has works housed in the permanent collections of the National Museum of American History and the National Gallery of Art Photograph Study Collection in Washington, D.C.

  • Holly Muir

    POSTPONED Interdisciplinary Residency May 2020

    Holly Muir is an artist, writer and set designer. Her wooden installations use historical and fictional narratives to explore utopian tropes, the restorative capacities of work, and the relationships people have with non-humans.

    Holly graduated from the Ruskin School of Art in 2016, after which she spent a year writing fiction at Princeton University as a Daniel M. Sachs Scholar. She designs and builds stage sets with the experimental opera collective, Spectra Ensemble, and has previously worked for Scottish Opera, The Royal Shakespeare Company, The Royal Opera House and Pinewood Creative.

  • Paula Lopez Zambrano

    POSTPONED Interdisciplinary Residency May 2020

    Taking the form of exhibitions, screenings, public programmes, residencies and texts, Paula Lopez Zambrano’s research centres on the relationship between curatorial practice and theory. Zambrano is working within the intersections of post-colonial, de-colonial, feminist and queer studies, looking into strategies of disruption, resistance and re-enactment within performance, moving image and sound art. These approaches combine interests in philosophy, art theory and contemporary art, focusing on notions of embodiment, materiality and ontology.

    Zambrano has developed a strong interest in time and temporality, conceiving the accidental, discontinuous and counter-temporal as modes of curatorial research.

  • Phoebe Pryor

    POSTPONED Interdisciplinary Residency May 2020

    Phoebe Pryor is an artist based in Amsterdam. She is intrigued by the systems of organisation we create, and the everyday personal rhythms. Collecting and cataloguing moments that catch her eye she attempts to create a (nonsensical) logic.

    After graduating BA History of Art from the University of Leeds she studied on the Foundation Diploma in Art and Design at Kingston University. In 2019 Pryor was awarded the Atlas House Residency in Seoul. She is one half of the audio and visual collaboration ‘Mud Mike’ and continues ongoing collaborations with designers, musicians, DJ’s, illustrators and artists.