Alejandro Figueredo Diaz-Perera is an emerging artist from Havana, Cuba. Working across video, photography, painting, installation and text, he presents metaphors to illustrate how relationships are established among social individuals.
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BOLT Residency 2015-2016
Amina Ross is a transdisciplinary artist based in Chicago who creates palatable tensions of repulsion and seduction through visual abstraction.
Aram Han Sifuentes is a social practice fiber artist living and working in Chicago, IL, USA.
David Alekhuogie’s multi-disciplinary practice is centered on photography and investigates memory, technology, media, and power.
David Bodhi Boylan’s work in wood sculpture aims to freeze moments of material transience and imperfection, and elevate them to significant subjects of artistic intervention.
Iris Bernblum is an artist living and working in Chicago. She uses a variety of media to explore the ideas around tension and release, power and play, fantasy and escape.
Jaclyn is a printmaker, sculptor, organizer, writer, and teacher whose art considers the productive engagement of vacant spaces, gentrified neighbors, and contested landscapes.
Johana Moscoso is an artist living and working in Chicago, IL, USA. She uses video performance, live performance, textile and fiber art to explore concepts related to gender roles, migrations, and Hispanic and American cultures from a personal point of view.
Leonard Suryajaya’s work explores intricate and complicated layers of selfhood in the context of cultural background, intimacy, sexual preference, and personal displacement.
Suzette Bross is a photographer living and working in Chicago, Illinois. Her work is in the permanent collections of The Art Institute of Chicago; The National Gallery of Art, DC; the Cleveland Museum of Art; Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago; the Block Museum, Evanston; and more.