Daisy is a recent graduate of The New School, where she majored in Media Management. While pursuing her interests in film criticism, genre, comparative literary and cultural studies, and most recently filmmaking and creative writing, she is looking to obtain knowledge and experience in media education and curation as well. Specifically, she has written on Japanese cinema, world documentary, Spaghetti Western, and biopolitics.
Nathalie Anglès is co-founder and Executive Director of Residency Unlimited (RU). Nathalie studied history and political science and is a graduate of The École du MAGASIN international curatorial studies program in Grenoble, (CNAC – Le Magasin – Grenoble France). From 2000-2008 she worked at Location One as the Director of the International Residency Program (New York). Previous positions include: Sotheby’s (London), cataloguer Impressionist and Modern art department; Director of the Residency Program, American Center in Paris; curatorial assistant, Ecole des Beaux Arts (ENSBA), Paris ; curatorial assistant, Union Centrale des Arts Decoratifs (UCAD). Paris. In 2008, Nathalie received the title of Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters from the French government.
Boshko Boskovic is the Program Director of Residency Unlimited. He has curated exhibitions such as Monument-Movement, Center for Photography & Moving Image, New York, Not so Distant Memory, Delaware Center for Contemporary Art & National Center for Contemporary Art, St. Petersburg, Russa, Daniel Rothbart – But I’m An Amerian, KCB, Belgrade Band of Outsiders, CAC, New York, Power of the Brand, Contemporary Art Museum in Banja Luka, Bosnia & Hercegovina, Bite A Bunny for a Day, Exhibition 211, New York, New Paintings – Aleksandra Popovic, MC Gallery, New York, Video Integration, Belef, Belgrade, Performing Body, Marina Abramovic, Speed Art Museum, Louisville.
Boskovic has worked at the Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation managing the European retrospective Specific Objects Without Specific Form which traveled to the Wiels Contemporary Art Center in Brussels, The Beyeler Foundation in Basel and the Museum of Modern Art in Frankfurt.
During his tenure as Associate Director at the Sean Kelly Gallery in New York he also worked closely with artists such as Los Carpinteros, Ilya & Emilia Kabakov and Johan Grimonprez.
Boskovic has published essays for the following exhibitions: Monument-Movement, Center for Photography & Moving Image, BiH Contemporary Art, Kunstlerhaus, Vienna, Daniel Rothbart – But I Am An American, KCB, Belgrade, Taxi to Berlin, Antje Wachs Gallery, Berlin, Where Have All the Children Gone, Galerie Steinek, Vienna, Dark Star, Galerie Perpetuel, Frankfurt, Cinematic Sculptures, KCB, Belgrade, Beyond the Magic Mountain, MC Gallery, New York.
Nataša Prljević is the Executive and Curatorial Assistant at Residency Unlimited.
Prljević is an artist, curator and co-founder of HEKLER, an interdisciplinary collaborative platform and archive that fosters critical examination of hospitality and conflict. Prljević holds an MFA from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a BFA from Academy of Arts Novi Sad, Serbia. In her art practice, Prljević explores a cross-disciplinary processes of displacement and emplacement through assemblage as a conceptual framework focusing on a potential of political imagination in collision of disparate media. Selected exhibition venues include: Russell Industrial Center, Detroit; Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn; National Palace of Culture, Sofia, Bulgaria; Museum of Contemporary Art, Novi Sad; Museum of Vojvodina, Novi Sad. Honors include: KulturKontakt Austria Grant; Rackham International Student Fellowship/ Chia-Lun Lo Fellowship, University of Michigan; Dedalus Foundation Master of Fine Arts Fellowship in Painting and Sculpture Nomination; and most recently, a guest artist at Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna, Chiang Mai and Poh Chang Academy of Arts in Bangkok, Thailand.
During her tenure at RU she helped facilitate network, project and exposure support for RU residents. Prljević worked closely with the Young Visual Artist Awardees from Southeastern Europe. Selected curatorial projects include: Zorica Zafirovska: Border Crossing; Nina Komel: Charting Absurd at IDIO Gallery in Brooklyn; Nina Simonović: Hesitations 2; Performances by Dardan Zhegrova/Lola Sylaj and Mark Požlep at De-Construct [projects] in Brooklyn.
Sean Naftel received a BA at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville in ceramics and sculpture, and an MFA from the Burren College of Art in Visual Art & Theory in Ballyvaughan, Ireland. He is one half of the art collaborative Attenborough Naftel and the co-founder of Roving Project.
Over the past 7 years in New York, Sean has worked as a freelance preparator for numerous galleries and museums in NYC, Baltimore, Washington DC, and Miami including The Morgan Library, The Jewish Museum, Conner Contemporary, Sean Kelly Gallery, Callicoon Fine Art, and The Contemporary Museum (Baltimore). Most recently he was the project manager and lead preparator for The Arch of Titus- From Jerusalem to Rome, and Back and as exhibition designer for Hey Wow! The Art of Oded Halahmy at Yeshiva University Museum.
He has worked troubleshooting projects for artists such as: Zevs, JR, Leandro Erlich, Iran do Espirito Santo, Pan Jian, Queen Godis. In 2011 worked with Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich as the lead fabricator for the piece Elevator Shaft at Sean Kelly Gallery. From 2010-2014, Sean worked directly with Zevs in making numerous works from large scale paintings to resin sculpture to digital video.