RESIDENCY MAIJA RUDOVSKA (LAT)
Maija Rudovska (1982, Latvia) is Hordaland Art Centre's resident September 2010.
Maija Rudovska (1982, Latvia) is an independent curator and art historian from Latvia, based in Riga. Her research is dealing with architecture of the Soviet era in Latvia and its relationship between stylistics, politics and social sphere. She has previously curated/co-curated Regard: Subversive Actions and Normative Space (Moderna Museet, Sockholm, 2010), Hardijs Ledins (1955-2004) - Zeitgeist and the atmosphere of a place (Riga Art Space, Riga, 2009) and Candy Bomber - Young Latvian Painting (Latvian National Art museum, Riga, 2007/2008). She completed Curatorlab at Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stokholm this year, and started her PhD thesis at the Art Academy of Latvia. She holds an MA in Arts from the Art Academy of Latvia and a BA in pedagogy of visual art from the University of Latvia. Rudovska contributes regularly as a writer to Latvian art magazines.
This residency is suported by Culture Point North