Annette Barbier re-investigates the ways in which embodiment can facilitate the expression of an idea. She calls into question our relationship to the natural world using technology as a metaphor for loss.
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BOLT Residency 2013-2014
Christopher Ottinger uses various media technologies to envision new histories and alternative uses for technical objects, employing an “object oriented” approach to media archaeology.
Erik L. Peterson's public works take the form of large scale urban interventions that stretch and strain utopian ideas of design and function until ordinary objects slip toward the extraordinary.
Jennifer Mills's multi-disciplinary practice uses comedy, performance and object making to explore the condition of the art world.
Jovencio de la Paz endeavors to locate the boundless moment in which the diverse material realities of daily life reveal a profound relationship to metaphysical, ineffable and transformative experiences.
Kim Harty's work examines the alchemical relationship between the artist and raw materials, and exploits the process of transformation inherent in art-making.
Marissa Lee Benedict’s artistic practice is an ongoing investigation into the complex, and ever evolving, relationship between humans and the material world.
Oliverio ‘Oli’ Rodriguez's teaching and artistic practice incorporate Photography, Video and Performance, while investigating notions of queerness, passing, gender and race.
Rashayla Marie Brown is an interdisciplinary artist, curator, and writer. Her work negotiates the roles of race, sexuality, spirituality, politics, and popular culture in the formation of personal mythologies.
Reut Avisar’s multidisciplinary practice deals with culturally loaded, symbolic artifacts, objects and folk craft as they appear in tourism culture and its different manifestations.
Sabba Syal Elahi’s art has been featured at various contemporary art spaces in Chicago, Los Angeles and Barcelona, and virtually through the International Museum of Women.