Marlon Wobst is a Berlin-based artist, represented by Galerie Maria Lund in Paris and Schwarz Contemporary in Berlin. Marlon is first and foremost a painter, but since years, he also works with ceramics and felt-making.
During his residency at Ti-Pi, he made a series of new felt works which were later exhibited in Ti-Pi’s exhibition rooms.
Read more about Marlon in the Journal section.
Ringelpiez, 2022, by Marlon Wobst
Felted wool, 48 x 39 cm
Photo by def image
Isiah Magsino is a New York based writer and journalist. After several years of writing about art, beauty, and fashion for a variety of titles including Vogue, W, Vanity Fair, Town and Country, and Architectural Digest, he came to Ti-Pi in August 2022 to embark on a journey of personal writing.
During his residency at Ti-Pi, he worked on a collection of essays exploring the idea of beauty and its underbelly, while reflecting upon his own role as a foreigner in Europe.
Read more about Isiah in the Journal section.
Sara Kelly was the first resident at Ti-Pi in Ghent back in April 2022. She is a London-based Tapestry Weaver with a deep understanding of traditional craftsmanship, sustainable materials and conservation. With a past in architecture, she also has a passion for the built environment and for community projects.
Read more about Sara in the Journal section.
Title of the artwork by Sara Kelly
Ti-Pi hosts residents on an irregular base. We accept both residents from abroad as well as Ghent based residents who only need a temporary space to work for a specific project. You can read more about our previous residents here.
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