About the artists

Art Jones works with sculpture, expanded media, and installation. He was raised and lives in the Bronx, New York. Jones object-based work concerns the inter-relationships between collective memory, history and power at specific locations. His live media performance involves intensive recombination of antithetical video and audio elements into a cacophonous synthesis. His multimedia and installation work often incorporates site-specific projection surfaces and interactive elements. Jones’ work often utilizes mainstream media and popular culture as raw material to be sampled, remixed, and re-combined in order to examine implicit meanings or suggest new ones. Working with a particular genre or mode, the work seeks to explore, destroy or re-orient the conventions of how information is transmitted and received. Jones’ films and media art projects have been presented internationally, most recently at Museum of Modern Art New York; Times Art Center Berlin and Beursschouwburg, Brussels.

Ina Wudtke is a conceptual artist from Berlin working international. Her research-based work questions hegemonic political discourses and strengthens counter-discourses on themes such as gender, work, housing and colonialism. From 1992–2004 she was a member of the queer-feminist artists collective NEID and edited the eponymous magazine. With Dieter Lesage, she wrote the book Black Sound White Cube (Vienna, Loecker, 2010). In 2011, she released the concept album The Fine Art of Living under her pseudonym T-INA Darling. In 2018, she published a book of the same title on her artistic work about the housing question (Berlin, Archive Books). 2018 to 2020, she was artistic researcher for documenta professor Dr. Nora Sternfeld at the Art Academy in Kassel. In 2022 her book Worker Writers was published by Motto Books, Berlin. 2024 she is a Max Kade Scholar in Residence / Charlotte M. Craig Research Scholar, for the spring semester at Rutgers University in New Brunswick / New Jersey.

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