Larissa Sansour

Born in East Jerusalem, Sansour (PS/DK) studied Fine Art in Copenhagen, London and New York. She represented Denmark at the 58th Venice Biennale. Recent solo exhibitions include Copenhagen Contemporary in Denmark, Dar El-Nimer in Beirut, Bluecoat in Liverpool, Chapter in Cardiff, New Art Exchange in Nottingham and Nikolaj Kunsthal in Copenhagen.

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Reza Nik

Reza Nik is an architect, artist and educator based in Toronto, Canada. He is the founding director of SHEEEP, an experimental architecture studio working through an equitable lens.

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Adrià Julià

Adrià Julià’s experimental artworks include film and video installations, performance, and printed matter. He calls up image-making technologies and exposes their valuable failures and violent powers; all the while in flux between presence and absence, between what comes to the surface and what remains untold.

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A Big Heritage With a Glorious Past

A Big Heritage With a Glorious PastExhibition Catalogue  Curator: ma ma (Magdalyn Asimakis and Heather Rigg)Artists: Eleana Antonaki, and Marina Xenofontos Softcover, 6″x 9″2020 Description: A Big Heritage with A Glorious Past presents the work of Eleana Antonaki and Marina Xenofontos in an inconclusive dialogue around the migratory experience. In their practices, both artists explore transnational feminist perspectives, honing in on the adversities of migration and strategies of settling and creating homes while in exile.  Antonaki’s film Haunting Is An Act of Love (2019) takes place in the distant future where women’s bodies have evolved so drastically to adapt to migration that they have become water. The video functions as a portrait of a woman, a block of water, who tells her story. Her nameFind out more

Real Camo

Artist: Tsēmā IgharasTitle: Real Camo, 2021Archival digital print on Epson Premium Matte paper, 9 x 6 inchesEdition of 20, signed and numbered by the artist Selected/Curated by Valerie Frappier Description:This limited edition print is part of a series produced by Critical Distance featuring original artwork by exhibiting artists. ABOUT THE ARTIST: Tsēmā Igharas is an interdisciplinary artist and member of the Tahltan Nation. She uses Potlatch methodology to create conceptual artwork and teachings influenced by her time in the mountains. Tsēmā’s artistic work grapples with the body, her body, as it has witnessed material and metaphysical landscapes changing and continually impacted, shaken and consumed by corporate resource extraction. Her praxis is sparked by strategies of Indigenous resistance to neo-colonization, embodied knowledge and everyday acts ofFind out more