Questions of belonging, tolerance and identification often underpin the work of Zac Langdon-Pole. Born in Auckland, New Zealand (1988), Langdon-Pole currently lives and works in Berlin. In 2017, he was awarded the ars viva Prize for Visual Arts in Germany. From 2016-18 he was recipient of the Charlotte Prinz Haus Stipendium in Darmstadt. He studied at Elam School of Fine Arts, Auckland (2007-10) and at the Städelschule, Frankfurt (2014-16). Some recent exhibitions include: ARS VIVA 2018 (2017-18), S.M.A.K., Ghent, and Kunstverein Munich; Discoveries (2018) with Michael Lett Gallery, Art Basel Hong Kong; emic etic (2018), Between Bridges, Berlin; Trappings (2017), Station Gallery, Melbourne; La Biennale de Montréal (2016-17); and Oratory Index (2016), Michael Lett Gallery, Auckland.