Curatorial Residency

The Artis Curatorial Residency Program provides mid-career curators and writers with an opportunity to develop research and curatorial projects at a partner residency. Alumni of the program may later serve as jurors for Artis' grant programs.

Patricia Margarita Hernández
International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP), Brooklyn, New York 2020

Patricia Margarita Hernández is a curator and researcher based in Brooklyn, NY. Her work, which is often grounded in collaboration, focuses on the intersections of digital technology, climate change, and feminist theory. Most recently, she was an assistant curator at Dia Art Foundation, New York. Hernández also held the position of associate director at A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, the first artist-run collective dedicated to feminist practices in the United States. At A.I.R., she co-curated exhibitions such as “Dialectics of Entanglement: Do We Exist Together?” and “The Scalability Project.” Since 2015, she has been a founding member of Alliance of the Southern Triangle (A.S.T.), an art and design initiative that employs the art field as a platform from which to broaden interdisciplinary collaboration with a focus on urbanism and sea level rise. Its members include Diann Bauer, Felice Grodin, and Elite Kedan. Recent exhibitions with A.S.T. include “Intertidal,” ArtCenter South Florida, Miami, FL (2018) and Sharjah Biennale 13, Sharjah, UAE (2017). Hernández holds a master’s degree from the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York.

Hernández was in residence at the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) in Brooklyn, July 1–September 30, 2020.

Charles Moore
International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP), Brooklyn, New York 2020

Charles Moore holds a master’s in museum studies from Harvard University. His thesis discussed the inequalities of partnership programs between schools in Black communities and art museums. Moore has published works with Artnet, Artsy, and Arte Fuse, on different subjects in contemporary art. Recently, he started a doctorate program at Columbia University, where he is exploring art practice and artwork made by people of color.

Moore was in residence at the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) in Brooklyn, July 1–September 30, 2020.

Ella Navot
TBA–21 Academy, Venice, Italy 2021

Ella Navot holds a masters degree in Visual Anthropology from Goldsmiths, University of London. She is engaged with experimental anthropological research methods working with moving images as a process of unlearning. Her thesis research originated from the sea: following the objects and histories that it reveals as a strategy of refusal and attempting to disrupt the visual regimes that articulate hegemonic representations. In her work, she aims to visualize the entanglement of people, stories, and places otherwise perceived as separated by concrete and imagined borders, born from a need to reimagine the future of Israel-Palestine and the region. She has researched topics around contemporary migration and has professional and activist experience supporting the struggle of African asylum seekers in Israel. Her interest lies in subversive storytelling at the intersection of materiality, spatiality, decolonial and feminist thought and filmmaking practices.

Navot will participate in the 2021 Ocean Fellowship at TBA21–Academy's Ocean Space venue, a 4-month fellowship in Venice, Italy dedicated to interdisciplinary and collaborative research on oceans and waterways, taking place from June 21–October 17, 2021.