Utilizing sculptural, photographic, textile, and papermaking processes, Adam Rose investigates how contemporary identities are formed by history, collective memory, place and architecture.
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HATCH Projects 2013-2014
Andi Crist develops scavenged materials into objects and landscapes that range from the seemingly nostalgic, or inherently comfortable, to the abstract and unfamiliar.
Born in Allentown Pennsylvania, Ben enjoys fishing, ceramics, gluten and haiku about all of the above.
Cherith Lundin's work abstracts moments of fluidity within familiar spaces where boundaries blur between intimate/anonymous and interior/exterior.
Dan Paz is interested in what emerges when divergent people come together around the camera to create simulations of reality.
Delaney DeMott reinterprets self-constructed identity through layered stages of digital and sculptural representation.
Edyta Stepien focuses on large-scale video and site-specific installations that blur the boundaries between what is natural and synthetic, what is organic and mechanic.
Hannah Barco is a performance artist, writer, object maker, and facilitator of relational situations: making work with the stuff of everyday life.
Hope Esser is a multidisciplinary artist that works in the realms of performance, video, sculpture, and costume.
Jenyu Wang uses contextualization and synchronization to explore the interconnections between sculptural objects and moving image.
Jesse Seay makes electro-mechanical sculptures of waveforms moving through objects.
Kiam Marcelo Junio is a multidisciplinary artist who works in photography, video, printmaking, installation, burlesque, and performance art.
Lauren Carter's installations explore the ephemeral by examining the physical, spiritual, and cultural realms of healing.
Lily Dithrich engages in an investigation of personal relationships and introspections using furniture objects as suggestive representations of human archetypes.
Liz Gadelha's work is motivated by the notion that fabric and skin—enclosures for the human body—are components of a performance-based language
Lori Felker is an artist/filmmaker whose work focuses on the ways in which we process, share, and disseminate information, via screens, dreams, gestures, games and dialog.
Baker's work explores the interplay between the real and the representational, often using tactile materials that reference the language of formal painting.
Megan Stroech has been featured on Make Space and New American Paintings Magazine (#101), and was recent resident in painting at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village, CO.
Nina Barnett uses drawing, moving image and installation to examine particular locations in relation to time and vertical scale.
Nora Renick Rinehart's work explores the scientific and emotional ways in which we relate to the colors of the sky.
Rami George was born in the summer of ’89, a year known for its numerous revolutions: the signing of the Taif Agreement, ending the Lebanese civil war, and the advent of the World Wide Web.
Regina Mamou is a Chicago-based visual artist working at the intersection of photography, installation, writing, and research practices.
Sebura&Gartelmann is the Chicago based collaborative of Jonas Sebura and Alex Gartelmann started in 2010.
Wolfie E. Rawk is a trans artist whose work currently includes video, sculpture, ceramics, fiber, glass and borrowed/transitory objects.
Alexandria Eregbu is an interdisciplinary artist, curator, and arts administrator whose concerns lie primarily in performance and community engagement.
Erin Toale is an artist, arts administrator, writer and curator. She currently works as the coordinator for the Society of Contemporary Art at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Jeannette Tremblay is an arts educator, administrator, and curator with a background in painting and a budding quiltmaking practice. Her current research focuses on the historical, legal, and cultural constructions of racial whiteness in America and critical interrogations of whiteness in contemporary art. She works as the School and Studio Manager at Hyde Park Art Center and Adjunct Lecturer at the Art Institute of Chicago.
JGV / WAR's practice includes writing, curating, research, and project development with a focus on socially engaged practice, and contemporary Latin American art.
Allison Peters Quinn is the director of exhibitions at the Hyde Park Art Center (Chicago), where she has curated exhibitions and produced symposiums, performances, and publications since 2004.
Daniel Schulman is program director for visual art at the City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events. He is responsible for exhibitions at the Chicago Cultural Center and directs the city’s Public Art Program.
Gregory Harris is the assistant curator at the DePaul Art Museum.
Neysa Page-Lieberman is the director and curator of the department of exhibitions, performance and student spaces at Columbia College Chicago.