Erik S Beehn

Erik Beehn is an artist and educator working out of Las Vegas. Beehn received his MFA from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago (’15) and is currently adjunct faculty at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Beehn’s work employs painting, photography, printmaking and installation to investigate an arc of mark making techniques throughout […]

Mia Kang

Mia Kang writes poems and other perversions. She is the author of City Poems (2020), a poetry pamphlet from ignitionpress. Mia was named the 2017 winner of Boston Review’s Annual Poetry Contest by Mónica de la Torre, and her writing has appeared in journals including POETRY, Washington Square Review, Narrative Magazine, and PEN America. She […]

Alana Bartol

Canadian artist Alana Bartol comes from a long line of water witches. Her site-responsive artworks explore divination as a way of understanding across places, species, and bodies. Through collaborative and individual works, she creates relationships between the personal sphere and the landscape, particular to this time of ecological crisis. A multidisciplinary artist with a B.F.A. […]

Leah Patgorski

Leah Patgorski is a Pittsburgh-based artist who was born in Virginia Beach, VA. She earned a degree in Architecture at the University of Virginia followed by an MFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Drawing on a background in architecture and landscape architecture, she develops contextual textile installations for interiors as well […]

Christine Mullen Kreamer

Dr. Christine Mullen Kreamer is Deputy Director and Chief Curator at the National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution, where she has worked since 2000. Her exhibitions and publications explore art and ritual, gender, African systems of knowledge, and museum practice, and they bridge the disciplines of art history, anthropology, and museum studies. In addition […]

Robert E. Straight

Robert Straight is an artist based in Wilmington, Delaware.  He has been working as a painter for the past fifty years, during which time he has exhibited  his work throughout the United States in both solo exhibits and group exhibitions.  In addition to keeping the studio fires burning he is an avid gardener and enjoys […]

Yasue Maetake

Yasue Maetake is a Japanese-born, New York-based artist. While Maetake respond to a range of influences such as Animism, Baroque, natural forms and industrial constructions, her work centers on the creation of evocative sculptures that grapple with non-controllable forces of nature and serve as a proxy for the human body. Maetake was recently named by […]

GIDEONSSON/LONDRÉ

Through long-lasting processes, the artist duo GIDEONSSON/LONDRÉ search for a dissolved state in-between paralysation and ecstasy. Their practice involves performances, installations and interventions that consist of different forms of highly regulated everyday activities, in relation to different experiences of time. How changes in rhythms and time flows open up for other positions and temporary detachments […]

Sarah E. Brook

Sarah E. Brook is a Brooklyn-based sculptor and installation artist from the Nevada high desert.  Brook explores the relationship between external and internal (psychic) vastness through the use of translucency, layering and color gradients to morph her architectural structures into perceptual experiments. She is particularly interested in the way perceptual experience can align (queer) identities. […]

Andrea Giaier

Andrea Giaier was raised in a typical Midwestern town just outside of Detroit, Michigan. From an early age, she developed a deep connection to nature, which later blossomed into a profound admiration, respect, and concern for the environment and the collective future of those who inhabit the earth. Andrea currently lives in Kathmandu, Nepal, and […]