Andrew Scott Ross

Andrew Scott Ross is interested in how history is interpreted, recorded, and visualized. In efforts to act out his research, he has spent the past thirteen years creating an encyclopedic museum inspired by institutions that attempt to reflect all of human history, such as The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Smithsonian, and Wikipedia. A native […]

Gabriel Lester

Gabriel Lester was born in Amsterdam (1972). He currently lives and works in Amsterdam. His artworks consist of installations, performances and film/video. Other activities include commissioned artworks for the public space, film directing, teaching and writing. Lester’s artwork, films and installations originate from a desire to tell stories and construct environments that support these stories […]

Emmanuelle Glon

Emmanuelle Glon is currently working as scientific project manager in the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences in Paris (France). She received her PhD degree on philosophy of mind from University of Paris IV Sorbonne and Institut Jean Nicod in Winter 2004. Following her D.Phil she has been post-doc researcher in Queen’s College of […]

Mary Anna Pomonis

Mary Anna Pomonis is a Los Angeles Based Teaching Artist whose projects have encompassed varying forms, including performance, painting, writing, curating, and social practice. She teaches at Cal Arts in the Teaching Artists Institute, as well as at Cal State University, San Bernardino, and Hoover High School in Glendale, California. She is a founding member […]

Sean Ripple

Sean Ripple is a content provider, exhibitor, and curator based in Austin, TX. Working as a file clerk for a Big 4 accounting firm, while simultaneously traveling as a touring musician in his mid to late 20’s, was important to his development as an artist. In his early 30’s, he attended St. Edward’s University – […]

Annie Buckley

Annie Buckley is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, editor, and curator with an emphasis on art and social justice. Her work been included in numerous exhibitions and she is the author of hundreds of articles, reviews, and essays. Recent projects include the collages in “Letters from Majd el Kurum” (2015); a print edition with de Soto Gallery, […]

Linda Norden

Linda Norden is a curator, writer and part-time professor of art history, theory and criticism currently teaching for the BFA and MFA programs at the Malmo Art Academy in Malmo, Sweden, and at Cornell University. Norden curated contemporary art at Harvard University’s Fogg Art Museum between 1998 and 2006; directed the City University of New […]

Marjolijn Dijkman

Marjolijn Dijkman (1978, NL) is based in Brussels (BE) and a tutor at the Fine Art Department of the MFA St. Joost in Den Bosch (NL) since 2009. Parallel to her individual art practice she co-founded Enough Room for Space (ERforS) together with Maarten Vanden Eynde in 2005. ERforS is an artist run organisation initiating […]

Betty Tompkins

Betty Tompkins (b. 1945, Washington, D.C.) is an artist living and working in New York, NY, and Pleasant Mount, PA. Upcoming exhibitions includeBlack Sheep Feminism, curated by Alison Gingeras, Dallas Contemporary, TX (January – March 2016) and Gavlak Gallery LA. Recent solo exhibitions include Real Ersatz, FUG, The Bruce High Quality Foundation, New York, NY […]

Andrew Bordwin

Andrew Bordwin splits his time between art, commercial photography and video projects. After his 17-year collaboration with Adam Ames (Type A) came to an end in January 2015, Bordwin is finding his way into a solo practice once again. While Type A’s focus was mainly on territory, masculinity, competition and collaboration, Bordwin’s solo direction is […]