Residency Unlimited


Alumni News |
Oct, 2018

Remijon Pronja featured in “Muslim Mulliqi Prize 2018 / Are our Memories History?”

Kosova National Art Gallery (Agim Ramadani, 60, Pristina, Kosovo)
Exhibition: October 18, 2018 - November 9, 2018  

There is no one single History and we are living through the entropy of History, but could we preserve the energy stored in the singular, individual “histories”? How is it possible for our separate individual histories to form a kind of a multiple and yet common history? Is it possible that in some places there might be just too many “Histories” at work at the same time? Might the rearrangement of History “fix” the individual stories too? Is it possible for the change of History to correct the individual memories at the same time? Do we have memories that do not fit into any of the new multiple histories around? Is there any hope that our memories are part of History, or of the many histories, or even of the collective memory?

Curatorial concept and selection of artists: Iara Boubnova


Julie Leidner is first Kentucky artist selected for Great Meadows Foundation’s partnership with Residency Unlimited

Queens Museum Studio Program partners with Residency Unlimited, welcomes three new artists in residence

Lőrinc Borsos – ‘AND AFTER THE FIRE CAME A GENTLE WHISPER: SHOW ME YOUR FETISH!’ by Another Name at Another gallery, New York

Matej Knezevic, Reynier Leyva Novo, and Regina Parra – Holes in Maps | Curated by Juliana Steiner, RU alum

Rashwan Abdelbaki and Remijon Pronja | Executive (Dis)Order: Art, Displacement, & the Ban (Community Partnership Exhibition) at the Queens Museum