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THE INTERNATIONAL ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM
1999-2000 RESIDENT ARTISTS
Photographer Aguilar lives and works in Rosemead, California. Her striking black and
white photographs are portraits of friends and loved ones, and self-portraits that
challenge conceptions of beauty and appearance.
Cattelan, who resides in Milan, Italy, works in a temporal, performative mode,
incorporating animals and staged happenings. Confrontational and polemic, his
politically charged art has gained him international attention.
Hatoum was born in Beirut, Lebanon and lives and works in London, England. She was
recently the subject of a survey show at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New
York, where she exhibited her autobiographical, minimalist work exploring identity,
exile and dislocation.
Hernandez, a native of San Antonio, makes dynamic sculpture combining media imagery
with the slick forms of commercial signage. His work addresses his concerns about
representation, scale and movement.
Herrera is based in Chicago and New York. His work uses abstraction and representation,
shifts in scale, and imagery associated with childhood and popular culture to create
San Antonio-based Holland experiments with space and materials. Her site-specific
installations made with dental floss, wax, and gold leaf are informed by architecture and
A filmmaker who lives in London, England, Julien is well known in the independent film
world. Julien's film, Looking for Langston, has won numerous international awards.
Julien also lectures and writes on issues of black cultural politics, film, art and sexuality.
Neuenschwander lives and works outside of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Merging the traditions of
sculpture and drawing, her work combines handicraft with natural materials, resulting in
exquisite discrete objects.
Osorio was born in Puerto Rico and is based in the Bronx, New York. His installation
work is highly regarded for it's cultural specificity and political impact. Osorio creates
narrative environments that give visibility to Latino communities.
Rhoades lives and works in Ingelwood, California. His large-scale sculptural installations
incorporate found objects and accumulated forms. His works have received attention for
their chaotic volume and dynamic energy.
Rose, who lives in Johannesburg, is a member of South Africa's "new generation." Using
a variety of media, her work explores issues of racial and cultural identity after the end of
Through large-scale installations, Austin-based Sawyer explores systems and structures
of architecture, urbanity and spirituality. She is the chair of the Studio Program of the
Division of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at Austin.
Sikander, born in Pakistan, is based in New York. Her works on paper and site-specific
installations experiment with the highly stylized and image-oriented genre of Indian and
Persian miniature painting.
Sone, based in Tokyo, is known for his hilarious performance- and action-based work.
He examines social relationships and post-industrial existence through participatory
events and environments.
Sze's work focuses on site-specific installation that is composed of small constructed
objects and tiny constructions. Her hand-made objects blur the lines between an art
object and the everyday object.
Vater lives and works in Austin. Her poetic work incorporates video and installation to
examine issues of cultural identity and environment.
Villejo, a San Antonio native, has built parade floats and stage designs since the 1980s.
His work as a float-maker and theatrical designer combines a regional tradition of craft
with a sense of humor and celebration.
For nearly 20 years, Ziegler collaborated with his late wife, Kate Ericson. Now living in
Austin, Ziegler continues to work with social and political issues through conceptually-
driven public art projects. He is a faculty member of the Division of Art and Art History
at The University of Texas at Austin.
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