流连人世间 忘了回返的道路 只能向前走 继续模糊的任务
Natascha Borowsky, born in Germany, is currently working as artist-in-residence at The Lost Generation Space on invitation of the Goethe Institute, Kuala Lumpur and The Lost Generation Space. She studied with Bernd and Hilla Becher at theAcademy of Arts, Düsseldorf, Germany, graduating as master student. Her work has been exhibited in museums and galleries in Germany and abroad.
Since 2006, she has been teaching at the University of Krefeld, Germany.
The approach to her work being a conceptual one, the artist is engaged in an ongoing project, using found objects and material and an analogue large format camera.
Minstrel Kuik Ching Chieh, born Malaysian, has a bachelor degree in painting from the National Taiwan Normal University in Taiwan. Later, she went to France and graduated from The Ecole Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie of Arles and from The Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Versailles, France. She has been active in the Malaysian art scene since her return to the country by being featured in three collective exhibitions: "Sharing Space-Contemporary Photography of Malaysia + Japan" and "Pass the picture" at the Annex Gallery, "Entry Points" program at the 1948 art space, and one on going solo exhibition "See the water" at the Alliance Francaise in KL.
As a jet-lagged artist and photographer, Minstrel Kuik experiments with the syndrome of desynchronosis of her epoch. By using herself as the bridge of the in-betweens, she goes into the external conflicts between day and night, here and there, self and otherness, sex and gender, individual and nation… Recently, being and time.