Lee Boroson

Lee Boroson lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Recent exhibitions include Prismatic Shifts at Fordham University, NY, Lunar Bower at the Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, and States of Matter at the Esther Massey Gallery, The College of St. Rose, Albany, NY. Solo exhibitions include: Plastic Fantastic at Mass MoCA, North Adams, MA, Outer Limit at […]

Jeff Dolven

Jeff Dolven teaches poetry and poetics at Princeton University. He is the author of two books of criticism, Senses of Style (2018) and Scenes of Instruction (2007), as well as the hasty Take Care (2017), and essays on a variety of subjects, including Renaissance metrics, Edmund Spenser, Shakespeare’s reading, Fairfield Porter, and player pianos. His […]

Chris Doyle

In his animation-based practice, Chris Doyle explores aspiration and progress, questioning the foundation of a culture consumed by striving. His narratives feature a world of increasing speed and complexity in which environmental disaster and social inequities continue to generate anxiety of a looming apocalypse. He has exhibited widely at venues in the U.S. and internationally, […]


Anastacia-Renee is Civic Poet of Seattle and former 2015-2017 Poet-in-Residence at Hugo House. She is the author of four books: Forget It (Black Radish Books), (v.), (Gramma Press), Answer(Me) (Argus Press), and 26 (Dancing Girl Press), and her poetry, prose and fiction have been published widely. The three book covers are below and the interview file  is at the bottom and can be listened to on the web, […]

Camel Collective

Anthony Graves and Carla Herrera-Prats have worked together as Camel Collective since 2010. Graves & Herrera-Prats’ artworks are motivated by research into marginal histories and critical pedagogies. Their works in performance, video, sculpture, and photography think through the contradictions of contemporary labor and the myths of cultural production, bringing together collaborators from a variety of professions.Camel works at the intersections […]

Chris Trueman

Chris Trueman received Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in both Painting and Digital Media from San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA; and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA. His explorative process produces works that combine coexistent traditions in abstract painting and reveal tensions between genres. Trueman has had […]

Matthew Evan Taylor

Award-winning composer and saxophonist Matthew Evan Taylor has been hailed as “a promising new voice” (Lawrence Budmen, Miami Herald) and a “risk taker” (Neil De La Flor, Huffington Post) whose music is “insistent and defiant…envelopingly hypnotic” (Alan Young, Lucid Culture). His music has been performed across the United States and Europe by such ensembles as […]

Cary Smith

Cary Smith was born in 1955 in Puerto Rico. He lives and works in Connecticut. Smith has had numerous solo shows.  His most recent was at the Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, Ct. His group exhibitions include “The Jewel Thief” curated by Ian Berry and Jessica Stockholder at Tang Teaching Museum, “The Geometric Tradition in American Art” at Whitney Museum […]

Amir H. Fallah

In his work across media, Amir H. Fallah interrogates systems of portraiture and representation embedded in the history of Western art. Fallah’s ornate environments combine visual vocabularies of painting and collage with elements of installation and sound to deconstruct modes of identity formation. Portraits of the artist’s veiled subjects employ ambiguity to skillfully weave fact […]

Kio Griffith

Kio Griffith is a Los Angeles and Japan based visual and sound artist, independent curator, writer, and producer. His work includes drawing, painting, sound, video, performance, electronics, language, sculpture and installation. He has exhibited in the UK, Japan, Germany, Croatia, China, Hong Kong, Korea, Turkey, Belgium and the U.S. His current projects include founder / […]