Residence Unlimited
Residence Unlimited


22/10/2022 - 27/10/2022    
Tutto il giorno


Residence Unlimited
360 Court Street, Unit #4, Brooklyn, New York , 11231

Event Type

Sto caricando la mappa ....

Residence Unlimited

Fatlum Doçi Eduardo Lozano Brilant Milazimi Lisa Strassberg

Saturday October 22 2022

October 22-27 2022


Tomorrow Saturday October 22, we invite you to RU’s church space to meet and view work by artists-in-residence Fatlum Doçi (Albania), Eduardo Lozano (Spain), Brilant Milazimi (Kosovo) and Lisa Strassberg (New York) for the Fall 2022 A.I.R. Group Show. The exhibition will be open during the weekend (12-6pm), and extended until Thursday October 27.


Join us on Sunday October 30 at Governors Island! RU artists from Portugal (Carolina Pimenta), Hungary (Anna Zilahi), Macedonia (Elena Chemerska), Belgium (Eleanor Ivory Weber), and Turkey (Hamza Kırbaş) will present 5 distinct projects at KODA House and Nolan Park.


Fatlum Doçi biography

Fatlum Doçi (b, 1991) in Shkodër, Albania where he currently lives and works. He studied multimedia arts at the University of Arts in Tirana and graduated in 2015. Among his most important exhibitions are: “Ex Gratia”, Collezione Giuseppe Iannaccone, Milano (2018); ARDHJE Award for Young Visual Artists, ZETA Gallery, Tirana (2018); The Biennial of Humor and Satire, Gabrovo, Bulgaria (2017); Mediterranea 18 Young Artists Biennale, Tirana, (2017); “It Looks Like”, Zeta Gallery, Tirana (2017); “Inside-Out”, Tirana Art Lab (2016); “Idromeno Award”, Art Gallery, Shkodër (2015); arTVision – A Live Art Channel, M’ARS Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow (2015). In 2015 he was an artist-in-residence at the Light Residency in Rijeka (Croatia), organized by an electro-acoustic duo JMZM.

Support: Fatlum Doçi’s residency is made possible with support from The Trust for Mutual Understanding.


Eduardo Lozano biography

Over the course of his career he has had over 30 solo exhibitions throughout Spain, in cities such as Madrid, Zaragoza, Salamanca, Huesca, León, Logroño, Alicante, Burriana (Castellón) and Puerto de Santa María (Cádiz), and has participated in art fairs such as JUSTMAD 2022 and ART Madrid 2006.

Lozano has won more than 40 awards throughout his career, including first prize in Young Creators of Aragon (1997), first prize in Government Delegation in Aragon (2007), Isabel de Aragón Queen of Portugal (2006 and 2009), Francisco Pradilla Award (2007), Ibercaja Joven (2008), COAC Prize of La Rioja (2011), and Special Mentions in the BMW Awards (2011).

He has also obtained scholarships for creations such as Paradores de Turismo (1998), Funda-ción Norte en Encuentra (2006), Desnudo en el paisaje en Albarracín (2006), among others. His work is in collections such as the Fundación CAI, Ibercaja Foundation, Government of Aragon, Albarracín Foundation, Uncastillo Foundation, North Foundation, Faculty of Fine Arts of Salamanca, UBS Madrid, among others.

Support: Eduardo Lozano’s residency is made possible with support from the Fundación CAI, Porsche Zaragoza and the Consulate General of Spain in New York.


Brilant Milazimi biography

Brilant Milazimi was born 1994 in Gjilan (Kosovo) and lives in Gjilan & Prishtina (Kosovo). He studied visual arts at the University of Prishtina, Kosovo. His recent solo exhibitions include LambdaLambdaLambda at LA MAISON DE RENDEZ-VOUS, Brussels (2022); Ermes-Ermes, Rome (2021); Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art, Prishtina (2020-2021) and LambdaLambdaLambda, Prishtina (2019). He participated in group exhibitions at Manifesta 14, Prishtina (2022); LambdaLambdaLambda, Prishtina (2022, 2021); Rezistence, Gjilan (2022); Ludwig Museum Budapest, Budapest (2020); National Gallery of Kosovo, Prishtina (2020); Termokis, Motrat and LambdaLambdaLambda (curated by Elise Lammer and Petrit Halilaj), Prishtina (2019); National Gallery of Kosovo, Prishtina (2019) and Gallery of Arts, Gjilan (2014). In 2020 he received the Young Visual Artist Award in Kosovo.

Support: Brilant Milazimi’s residency is made possible with support from The Trust for Mutual Understanding and Artist of Tomorrow Award 2021, Stacion Prishtina.


Lisa Strassberg biography

Australian born and raised in New Zealand, Lisa moved to New York to pursue a career in fashion and design. After Art Directing advertising images and online experiences for top luxury brands over 25 years she wanted her creative experience to be more visceral and handmade. She found her medium in clay and inspired by the female form, dance and nature, she began creating sculptures. The abstracted, organic figures morph from one expression to the next, which transforms into a constant fluid state. They are adorned with many layers of both glossy and matte glazes often creating a dripping effect that details a moment and the process of creating identity. The tactile permanence and ancient tradition of the clay medium elevates these records of female experience to a totem or statue like importance, celebrating the strength and beauty of the feminine in all its facets.