Groundings #5 – Dylan Hu
We’re delighted to announce the release of four new text commissions by Dylan Huw, Omar Kholeif, Rebecca O’Dwyer and Eszter Szakács which have been published online through the Occasional Groundwork initiative Groundings.
The series of co-commissioned texts by writers, artists, curators, and academics, explores themes of internationalism, sustainability, audience, and infrastructure within the context of the contemporary art biennial and the shift in conditions imposed by the ongoing pandemic.
Dylan Huw is a writer living in Cardiff, Wales, where he works collaboratively across artistic disciplines and languages. He co-runs mwnwgl, a curatorial platform for art/writing in and around Welsh languages, and is a Creative Associate with the rural contemporary art organisation Peak Cymru. He recently guest-edited an issue of Cynfas, the National Museum of Wales’ digital magazine, on the theme of queer looking, and was awarded the 2021 Geraint George Scholarship for a text reflecting on time spent on an artists residency on climate change in Snowdonia.