Residents / Interdisciplinary Residency August 2022

  • Barbara Bargiel

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2022

    Barbara Bargiel is a film director and scriptwriter based in London. She moved across from visual and performance art to film, making initially experimental films. Barbara is a recent graduate of NFTS Filmmaking Certificate (2020) supported by the Campaign Bootcamp Community Fund.In 2021, she received the Screenskills bursary to progress her filmmaking career- including selection to the mentoring programme for the neurodiverse Writers/ Directors set up by the TripleC/ Danc/ Screenskills a part of BFI Future Film Skills in the UK.In Fall 2021, she was selected to the Sundance CoLLabs Directing & Visual Storytelling to workshop my script. Collab attendance was possible thanks to the Film & TV Charity Bursary. In 2022, she was selected to another Sundance Co//ab Workshop to write her first feature outline, which she is pursuing now. She wants to spend the Interdisciplinary Residency in Scotland writing her first feature film.

  • Emma Sandström

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2022

    Emma Sandström lives and works in Gothenburg, Sweden. She received her BA (hons) in Fine
    Art Photography from Glasgow School of Art (2015) and more recently her MFA from Valand Art Academy (2020). Her practice centers around mythologies, rituals and the tactile materiality of objects. Her work investigates the notion of human interactions with objects and their surroundings, primarily focusing upon the theory of animism. The notion that a trace may somehow remain, long after such interventions. She creates her own physical and fictitious archives around this subject by using photography, video, found material and sculpture.

    www.emmasandstrom.com

  • Lili Chin

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2022

    Lili Chin is a visual artist based in New York City. Her interdisciplinary art practice incorporates natural materials, film, video, ceramics, weaving and mixed media to mine historical and personal narratives. She is inspired by nature, ancient rituals, nomadism and personal memory. She has exhibited in New York at Microscope Gallery, 601 Art Space, Abrazo Interno Gallery as well as several other art organizations in the US, Scotland, Latin America, Europe and China. She has also created commissioned installations for museums and institutions in the US and China, including the He Xiangning Museum in Shenzhen and the Ely Center of Contemporary Art, CT. She has participated in several residencies, including the MacDowell Colony, The Studios at Mass MoCA, Swatch Art Peace Hotel and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture.

  • Michele Brody

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2022

    Michele Brody is a mixed-media environmental artist based in The Bronx. Her work is inspired by the range of communities she has come in contact with while living and working as an artist-in-residence throughout the United States and abroad. Her practice is informed by a desire to understand how we manage the constant state of entropy we live in, and the ephemeral qualities of memory and experience within the constant flux of life. During her time at Hospitalfield she plans to focus on her writing as she prepares to publish books documenting two long-term projects. These include: a series of travelogues she has been writing since 1998 when she first started working as an artist-in-residence in France. The second is an interactive community-based project of sharing tea and stories titled “Reflections in Tea.”

    www.michelebrody.com

  • Molly Lambe

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2022
    Molly Lambe is an artist and writer living in Queens, New York. Through her work, she’s interested in finding language to talk about care, illness, dignity, tenderness and joy. She received a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Studio Art from New York University and has worked as an arts educator in public schools and libraries. She plans to use her time at Hospitalfield to work on a collection of short stories that explore ideas about dependence, emotional labor and the interpersonal effects of American militarization.  
  • Paula Lopez Zambrano

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2022

    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.

  • Sally Richardson

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2022

    Sally Richardson is one of Australia’s most experienced & respected independent artists working across the arts. A director, writer, performer & producer she is passionately committed to the creation of hybrid work & developing collaborations with other artists championing the voice, artistry and presence of women in the performing arts.

    Sally has developed, produced and toured over 30 original works through her company Steamworks Arts and is Artistic Director of MAXIMA Circus. She has taught and undertaken residencies across Australia, in Iceland, Taiwan & Hong Kong.

    Sally has been commissioned/worked for companies inc: Black Swan Theatre Company, Perth Theatre Company, Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company, Malthouse Theatre, Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, Deckchair Theatre, The Flying Fruitfly Circus, The National Institute of Circus Arts, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, WAAPA, Performing Lines and NAISDA, with productions of her work awarded Helpmann, Green Room, Blue Room, Ausdance WA Awards, Dance Australia Critics Choice and presented at major arts festivals nationally & internationally. Sally is a graduate of Australia Council for the Arts Leaders program in 2020.

    Dance/theatre works include; the award winning The Drover’s Wives, Standing Bird & Standing Bird 2. In 2015 as an Asialink artist she co-created with ten performers The Ghost Project: JHIH at Taipei Artist Village. She has directed/ produced dance films; The Drover’s Wives, Standing Bird 1 & 2, Mermaid X, Eliza & VAKA exhibiting films nationally & internationally. In 2018 she premiered short dance/theatre works VOSS (Flesh & Bones) for Micromove & pvi Kiss Club (PICA) and #thatwomanjulia with STRUT for NEXT, Move Me Festival 2018. She showcased #thatwomanjulia & GUI SHU at Dance Massive 2019.

    Recent works include MEDEA for Black Swan Theatre Company, world premieres CATCH! (AWESOME Festival), award-winning Australian/Taiwan collaboration 歸屬GUI SHU (belong) (Steamworks Arts co-production with PLWA/PICA) and CONNECT; a sound & video installation for the Asialink/Taipei Artist Village tenth anniversary exhibition. In 2020 she showcased GUI SHU at APAM at AsiaTOPA & new work JULIA at PLWA Creative hub & hybrid circus/dance work MUSE for Strut/Tura New Music program Situ8 (STCWA). In 2021 Sally will direct Savage Grace by Alana Valentine & premiere JULIA, a co-creation with Natalie Allen. Her online dance on film International collaboration Feminism Has No Borders will premiere at the Perth International Arts Festival.

    Website: https://www.steamworks.net.au/about