Amber Hawk Swanson's work blurs the lines between victim and victimizer, care and punishment, self-love and self-objectification to examine the continually unresolved questions of contemporary feminism.
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Eric Wall's work encompasses a wide variety of subject matters including empty interiors, landscapes, architecture, as well as formal issues like space, pattern, and perspective.
Gwynne Johnson's work extends the uncertainties and unresolvable tensions inherent in our relationships with people, places, and the past.
Homa Shojaie makes whatever is her “persisting question” at a given moment. This can be the color of a particular feeling, the exploration of her fears, trees in rain, or letting go.
Jenny Kendler's practice seeks to complicate the space between nature and culture in order to re-enchant human beings' relationship with the natural world.
Kathryn Trumbull Fimreite explores the relationship between personal identity and legacy.
Marty Burns has been a teaching artist at the Hyde Park Art Center and Marwen, and is currently teaching for the Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago.
Melika Bass’s films and immersive installations weave atmospheric, abstracted narratives that slip between hyper-reality and historical fantasy.
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.