Alejandro Figueredo Diaz-Perera is an emerging artist from Havana, Cuba. Working across the mediums of video, photography, painting, installation and text, he presents metaphors to illustrate how relationships are established among social individuals.
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BOLT Residency 2014-2015
Aram Han describes her tools as a needle and thread, and her medium as time and labor. She mines her family’s immigration experience to address issues of labor and identity.
Erik L. Peterson is a public artist and sculptor based in Chicago. His public works take the form of large scale urban interventions that stretch and strain utopian ideas of design and function; edible ice cream sculptures that are literally consumed by the viewer; and ordinary objects that slip toward the extraordinary.
Houston Cofield is a photographer who uses video and objects to reference his upbringing in the American South in an attempt to extract an imagined history and create a fictional narratives.
Marissa Lee Benedict is a sculptor, researcher, writer, explorer and teacher whose artistic practice investigates the complex and ever-evolving relationship between humans and the material world.
Myra Greene uses diverse photographic practices to explore representations of race. She is currently working on a body of work that uses African textiles as a material and pattern to explore her own relationship to culture, lineage and heritage.
Norman W. Long's practice includes collecting, performing and recording to create objects, environments, and situations in which the audience and himself are engaged in an open-ended dialogue about memory, space, value, silence and the invisible.
Phil Peters generates work at the intersection of culture and technology, exploring emergent connections between the physical and the digital and our expanding relationship to place and site.
Sanaz Sohrabi is an interdisciplinary artist who works in video, performance and installation to explore the tension between different materials and the body, enduring gestures, and cultural identity.
Spencer Stucky utilizes photography, video, sculpture and installation to examine and illustrate relationships between architectural, biological, historical and political fields.