- Tamar Guimarães: 2017
Tamar Guimarães was born in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, in 1967. She received a BFA in fine arts from Goldsmiths College, London (2002); an MFA from Konsthögskolan i Malmö, Sweden (2007); and an MA in art theory from Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi, København, Denmark (2009). She also participated in the Whitney Independent Study Program, New York, as a Studio Fellow (2007–08) and acted as a research curator for the Guangzhou Triennial (2008), to which she also contributed her artwork.
Panel Discussion: Documenting the Spirit
Saturday, April 1 at 4 p.m.
Baltimore Museum of Art’s Meyerhoff Auditorium
- Sharon Hays: 2015 Sharon Hayes is an artist and an associate professor at The Cooper Union in New York City. In her work, Hayes engages multiple mediums – video, performance, and installation – in ongoing investigation into specific interactions between history, politics, and speech. Her residency was April 9-19, 2015. See photos from her visit.
- Camille Henrot: 2014 Camille Henrot is a French artist who lives and works in New York. Her work includes video installation, sculpture, drawing, and assemblage. Her film, Grosse Fatigue, which was shown at the BMA, won the Silver Lion Award at the 2013 Venice Biennale. The energetic 13-minute video on the origins of life and creation myths incorporates behind-the-scenes footage of the prestigious collections at the Smithsonian Institute’s Museum of Natural History. See her full schedule.
- Raqs Media Collective: 2013 Raqs Media Collective enjoys playing a plurality of roles, often appearing as artists, occasionally as curators, sometimes as philosophical agent provocateurs. They make contemporary art, have made films, curated exhibitions, edited books, staged events, collaborated with architects, computer programmers, writers and theatre directors and have founded processes that have left deep impacts on contemporary culture in India. Raqs (pron. rux) follows its self declared imperative of ‘kinetic contemplation’ to produce a trajectory that is restless in terms of the forms and methods that it deploys even as it achieves a consistency of speculative procedures. See the BMA exhibit poster.