Amber Ginsburg creates site-generated projects and social sculpture that insert historical scenarios into present day situations.
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HATCH Projects 2012-2013
Brent Fogt creates intricate drawings and installations that reference plants, maps and microscopic organisms.
Chaz Evans makes performances, installations, and software that investigate emerging and historical technology. His work pits technologies against their perceived or intended purpose.
Hoyun Son is an artist working in various media including text, public performance, wearable sculptures, interactive installation, and everyday life to explore how we communicate and relate to others.
James T. Green's art practice builds upon an interest in how people interact between one another within a culture.
Jesse Butcher earned his BFA from Rhode Island School of Design in Providence; and his MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Jessica Bardsley is a camera-based artist and critical writer. Her research and creative practice have focused on the importance of personal and cultural memory, affect, and the archival.
Johana Moscoso has won awards for her work from Woman Made Gallery in Chicago and Port Moody Arts Centre in Canada. She has exhibited nationally in Atlanta, Baton Rouge, Boston, Chicago, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico and Santa Ana, California.
Jordan Martins is a Chicago-based visual artist whose work employs collage techniques to explore notions of multiplicity, hybridity and visual codes.
With photography, drawing, video, sculpture and language all in her arsenal, Kasia Houlihan chips away at the concepts of closeness, communication and connectivity.
Kristin Nason's work functions as a data set in an ongoing investigation of what it means to be a squishy being in a world with hard edges.
Kristina Felix makes artworks that explore the creative potential of language, labor and found narratives.
The artwork of Latham Zearfoss centers on reclaiming historical and mythological texts, and revising them to incorporate radical notions of love and sex, possibility and probability.
Matthew Schlagbaum focuses his attention on our cultural obsession with happiness, and the unstable specifics of how it is depicted and obtained.
Mothergirl (Katy Albert and Sophia Hamilton) is a performance duo whose work has taken the form of installation, durational event, and guided audience interaction.
Nicholas Sagan develops artistic processes that borrow the visual and theoretical languages found in the sciences to construct new interpretations of old data.
Born in Sacramento and now living and working in Chicago, Noelle Allen has exhibited her artwork across the United States and abroad in Italy and Germany.
Rebeca Hamlin Green's objects and images evoke a strong emotional connection to the home, self-preservation and observation of nature.
Parker is interested in creating opportunities and experiences that shift people out of their everyday routines and frames of mind.
Ryan Peter Miller's body of work objectifies paint, playing with ideas of representation in objection to conventional hegemony of the image.
Theodore Darst is an artist based in America. His videos, prints, and interactive digital environments have been exhibited at numerous venues.
Victoria Eleanor Bradford is a choreographer and visual artist whose structured improvisations take shape as experimental dinner parties, site-specific dance films and dances translating words into a kind of gibberish performance language.
“Happy C” provides exhibition opportunities for performance, installation and media works, including (but not limited to) solo exhibitions, public programming and private event planning.
Jessica Cochran is a Chicago-based curator and arts administrator currently affiliated with the Center for Book and Paper Arts at Columbia College Chicago.
As a freelance curator, Meador seeks non-traditional project spaces and has curated shows for the Chicago Art Loop Alliance, Chapel Projects and the NALL Foundation.
Teresa Silva is the curator of the campus art collection for the College of Architecture and the Arts at the University of Illinois at Chicago.