Adebukola Bodunrin is a video and installation artist who explores language, culture, and media. She manipulates film using unorthodox techniques to produce unexpected cinematic experiences.
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BOLT Residency 2012-2013
Azadeh Gholizadeh is a Chicago-based interdisciplinary artist and architect who explore blurred boundaries of “home” in the geographical, virtual and physical senses.
Madeleine Bailey and Helen Maurene Cooper’s collaborative project Baccara is focused on a discourse around communication, negotiation, and power.
Christopher Ottinger uses various media technologies to envision new histories and alternative uses for technical objects, employing an “object oriented” approach to media archaeology.
Jennifer Mills's multi-disciplinary practice uses comedy, performance and object making to explore the condition of the art world.
Joseph G. Cruz is a research-driven artist whose practice involves geo-historical and trans-contextual investigations of history and epistemology.
Laura Davis's work examines the intersection of craft, design and art by using display structures and context to disrupt notions of value.
Sarah Belknap and Joseph Belknap are Chicago-based artists in love with the cosmos.
Stacia Yeapanis explores desire and impermanence through the portal of repetition in her cross-stitch embroideries, remix videos and temporary, collage installations.