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Wickerham & Lomax
Wickerham & Lomax is the collaborative name of Baltimore-based artists Daniel Wickerham (b. Columbus, Ohio, 1986) and Malcolm Lomax (b. Abbeville, South Carolina, 1986).
Formerly known as DUOX, the artists have been working together since 2009 across diverse media, curatorial platforms, and institutional contexts, creating a body of work at once context-specific and broadly engaged with networked virtualities. The practice’s aim is to take marginal – peoples, phenomenon, and pursuits and prioritize them in the realm of art. In their work communities, subcultures, and social networks are seen as full of potential, ingenuity, and imagination. Their 2012 show at Artists Space entitled “DUOX4Larkin” was their New York Solo debut – exploring ideas of customization, labor, and paternity. In 2014, Lauren Cornell at the New Museum curated them into the museum’s FIRST LOOK SERIES where the artist presented their first web-based work entitled “BOY’Dega” an immersive website that complicates fact and fiction in regard to eight Baltimore individuals. Which lead them to making a video work for Link Art Center an Italian curatorial based platform. They’ve presented video work through various screening programs and fairs including: The Drawing Center, NADA, Brown University, Frieze, and the Maryland Film Festival. In 2015, they won the Janet and Walter Sondheim Art Prize where they exhibited at Baltimore Museum of Art – presenting various works from their oeuvre. In 2016, they participated in two residencies – This is their second residency, the first being Collective Address in New York 2016.
TUNICA is a collective artist group of international culture based in New York City was founded in June 2012, inspired by the desire to assemble a platform that creates talent across a variety of mediums and practices, as well as to provide a fresh and contemporary alternative within the creative market.
Dan Adlešič and Nejc Prah
Project title: Soseda
Dan Adlešič is an artist and a product designer from Slovenia. He graduated at the Academy in Ljubljana and recevied his MFA from Design Academy Eindhoven in the Netherlands. He preformed at Palais de Tokyo in Paris last spring, presented his work in Rossana Orlandi’s pavillion at the MIlano Design week, lectured and held workshops in Shenzen, China and exhibited in group and solo shows across the world. He is currently based in Ljubljana.
Nejc Prah is a graphic designer and an artist from Slovenia with an MFA from Yale University School of Art. He has received various awards for his work, including the Type Directors Club Grand Prix in Tokyo and the ADC Young Guns award for 2016. He lives and works in New York City.
Both Dan and Nejc are frequent collaborators and members of Ansambel, a Slovenian Art collective.
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