Aiden Morse is a Tasmanian artist currently studying a BFA in Melbourne. Using the language of commercial photography, his recent work explores the uncanny through colourful and disquieting imagery.
Alex Da Corte is an artist who lives in Haddonfield, NJ. He maintains The Unlimited Plan, an ongoing collaboration with Kate Levant originally shown at Cleopatra's in Brooklyn. Alex was born on Halloween and loves bleach and soda.
Alexandria McCrosky is an artist.
Alexis Georgopoulos is a composer and artist based in New York City. As ARP, he makes liminal, minimal music with analog synthesizers and classical stringed instruments. He is also a member of the groups THE ALPS and Q&A.
Alfons Knogl is an artist working with sculpture and music as two parts of the same idea. He is interested in the correlation of material and object as well as in the context of substance and concept. He lives in Cologne, Germany, where he currently holds a studio grant at the Koelnischer Kunstverein.
Ali Miharbi is an artist based in Istanbul. In 2010 he completed his MFA in Kinetic Imaging from Virginia Commonwealth University, and has since shown in venues and festivals such as FILE Festival, São Paulo (BR); Dumbo Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY (US); Electriciteitsfabriek, The Hague (NL); TANAS, Berlin (DE); Benaki Museum, Athens (GR). His work takes a variety of forms, ranging from photographic, graphic, sonic or sculptural pieces to dynamic systems driven by live or stored data.
Alice Cohen is a musician and video artist who lives and works in Brooklyn. Musically active since the early 80s, she has released music in a variety of projects. Her performances and visual work have been shown internationally in a wide range of settings including galleries, museums, and nightclubs.
Alina Tenser is a Ukrainian-born sculptor and video artist living in Brooklyn with her son, Nikolai. In 2012, Tenser was awarded the Dedalus MFA Fellowship and participated in a Sessions residency at Recess. She is currently in a two-person show at The Suburban and is preparing for a solo show at NurtureArt.
Allison Carter is an author based in Los Angeles. She has published one book and three chapbooks, and has two forthcoming collections. Allison studied at Brown University and at CalArts, and she teaches creative writing in mental health settings.
Amanda Friedman is an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn.
Andrew Deutsch is a composer and video artist who lives in Hornell, New York. He is a Professor of Sonic Art and Video Art at the School of Art and Design at Alfred University.
Andrew Gbur (b. 1984) is an artist living in the suburbs of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. His work has been shown at MoMA PS1, Eleven Rivington, NY, etc. and he has participated in projects for Possible Press, ICA: Philadelphia and Know More Games, NY. He is an affiliated fellow at the American Academy in Rome and has an MFA from Yale University.
Ben Sisto (b. 1980) lives in Brooklyn, NY. He earned a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art in '02 and has since organized or somehow been involved with .. maybe 1,000 events or so. Art shows, concerts, DJ nights, readings, mini-festivals, etc. Most recently he ran Public Assembly (RIP) in Williamsburg and above it, PACS Gallery. At present he produces cultural programs for Ace Hotel New York, and is the world's leading expert on Who Let the Dogs Out?
Benedikt Reichenbach runs a graphic design practice in Berlin. The studio has a strong focus on collaborations with artists and institutions in the cultural field.
Boru O’Brien O’Connell is an artist based in New York. He uses video, film, photography, writing and sculpture to work within a wide range of venues. Recent projects include Draft, Capture, —, a solo exhibition at
The Kitchen, NY. He received an MFA from Bard College in 2011.
Bryan Graf lives and works in Maine and New Jersey. He is represented by Yancey Richardson Gallery in New York City.
Bryan Krueger engages the way visual information is treated within digital workflows and platforms. Particularly of interest is how digital information is produced for or adapted to native working spaces and how the gain or loss from each generation of produced files affects the reception of the communicated content.
Bryce Hackford makes sound recordings that range from pop and art music to the field and sound for industrial use. He performs with Behavior (WHIP), Pearl Necklace (Smalltown Supersound), produces sound/music for theatrical work, film, dance, and experiments extensively with DJ formats (including Deep Trouble). He has a new LP, Fair, out via PRAH Recordings.
Camilla Padgitt-Coles (aka Ivy Meadows) is a multimedia artist with a history working in sound baths, audio-visual collaborations and video art. She is also co-editor of Perfect Wave Magazine.
For several years, artist Carey Denniston photographed what she argued was the same male Northern Cardinal living in her Brooklyn backyard. In late Spring of 2012, she saw two.
Casey Reas' software, prints, and installations have been featured in solo and group exhibitions at museums
and galleries around the world. He lives and works in
Los Angeles.
Catherine Czacki is an artist living and working in San Diego. She has a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and an MFA from Columbia University, and has traveled to Poland on a research grant at the University of Warsaw.
Chris Coy is an artist living in Las Vegas.
Chris Shier lives and works in Vancouver, BC. He makes interactive animations, web toys, and gifs. Currently he is interested in pseudo-caustics, feedback-effects,
and hue-cycling.
Claudia Maté is a Madrid-born multimedia artist. She works on a variety of online-based projects that span across programming languages and 3D environments. She currently lives and works in London.
Common Name is a New York-based graphic design studio, focusing on print, interactive, identity, and exhibition work for the arts and cultural sector.
Daniel Brewster is a designer at LAG. He lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island and New York City.
Daniel Everett is an artist and professor working across a broad range of media including photography, video, sculpture, and installation. His work has been exhibited widely in group and solo exhibitions throughout Europe and the United States, and in numerous publications.
David Brandon Geeting is an American artist whose work explores the concept of innovation by means of combination.
Derek G. Larson is an artist living in Georgia. He received his MFA from the Yale School of Art and has participated in a number of national and international shows and residencies, with recent exhibitions in New Orleans, Philadelphia, New York, and Helsinki
Duncan Malashock lives and works in Brooklyn. He was born in 1982 in San Diego, CA and graduated from Bard College 2005 with a degree in Integrated Arts. He is a member of Computers Club.
Dustin London is a painter who grew up in rural Michigan. He lives and works in Miami, FL.
Dwyer Kilcollin is an artist based in Los Angeles. Her work examines the relationship between object and image through sculpture, relief sculpture, and computer generated modeling.
Emily Lessard is a graphic designer and is currently Design Director at the Aperture Foundation. John Lehr is a photographer and Assistant Professor in the School of Art + Design at Purchase College, SUNY. They live in Brooklyn with their daughter Violet and their dog Gracie.
Emmy Thelander is a mixed-media artist interested in how different modes of representation simulate and confound ideas of reality. She is currently pursuing an MFA in painting from Yale University.
Erica Ehrenberg's poems have appeared in Slate,
The New Republic, CURA, The St. Ann's Review, Octopus, jubilat, Everyman's Library Pocket Poet Series, Guernica, and the New England Review. She has been
a Wallace Stegner Fellow in poetry at Stanford, a poetry fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown and at the Vermont Studio Center, a writer-in-residence at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and has been in residence at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts
and at Yaddo.
Erica Magrey is a Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary artist working with video, performance, music, costume, and set design. She was the 2011 NY Artist in Residence with iaab/International Exchange and Studio Program Basel, Switzerland and a 2012 NYFA Fellow in Interdisciplinary Work. She is also a member of the Kate Bush Dance Troupe.
Erik van der Weijde lives and works in Brazil and the Netherlands. He is married to Ana Lucia and they have a son, Caetano, who owns a boxer puppy. Erik publishes his photobooks through his publishing label and he is represented by Chert Gallery in Berlin.
Erin Jane Nelson is an artist and writer living in
Oakland, CA. She graduated in 2011 from The Cooper Union School of Art and has also studied at Ox-bow Summer School in Michigan and Malmö Academy of
Art in Sweden.
Eva Papamargariti (b.1987) is a Greek architect and digital artist. She has been working and collaborating with architects, artists and design groups since 2008.
Everything Studio is a design firm based in New York City.
Ezra Johnson is a painter based in New York and London. He was born in 1975 in Wenatchee Washington. He has exhibited his work at the Hammer museum in Los Angeles, Site Santa Fe in New Mexico and galleries in the US and Internationally.
FORMA was a band based in Brooklyn. Their repetitive yet complex evolving structures of sound produced a wholly improvised music driven by live drum machine programming, sychronized analog synths and extended melodies.
Fred Scharmen is an artist, researcher, educator, and unlicensed architect in Baltimore, Maryland.
Gideon Barnett is an artist from Jasper, Tennessee. He holds an M.F.A. from the Yale School of Art where he was awarded the Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship. He has exhibited at the Pérez Art Museum Miami, The Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, and The Wolfsonian–FIU. In 2013 he received a South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship for Visual and Media Artists.
Grant Willing was born in Colorado and currently lives in New York City. He has self-published several artist books and shown internationally.
Gregory Sheppard lives and works in Louisville, Kentucky. He works with digital tools to create
sound and video.
GREENBLATT-WEXLER is a collaboration between Michael Greenblatt and Jessica Wexler. They are an independent graphic design studio based in New York City that focuses on print and screen-based media.
Hannah Heilmann is an artist living and working in Copenhagen, Denmark. She works alone and in collaborations. For the time being she's engaged in the web-based radio station; an open call seeking to gather used contact lenses for sculptures; and the artist run space, TOVES.
Hannah Walsh was born and raised in rural Indiana. She earned an MFA in Sculpture + Extended Media from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2010 and after a few nomadic years has settled in New York. Her projects have led her to work with cheerleaders, ornithologists, pigeon fanciers and floriculture researchers. She is working to expand that list.
Hannes Gloor is a graphic designer and typographer based in Zürich, Switzerland.
Ian Byers-Gamber is a videographer and artist studying Media and Computer Science at Pomona College in Claremont, California. He specializes in recording and documenting performance art, most recently at Machine Project in LA. He enjoys brightly colored socks and gifs.
Ian Crowther is a graphic designer and a partner at Familiar in New York City. Familiar's clients include filmmakers, artists, arts organizations, non-profits and foundations.
James Hyde is an abstract painter who currently lives and works in Brooklyn. His work ranges from paintings on photographic prints to large-scale installations, photography, and abstract furniture design. He has lectured as a visiting professor at a number of institutions and is represented by galleries in New York, Paris, and Zurich.
Jason Fulford is a photographer and co-founder of the non-profit, J&L Books. He is a frequent lecturer at universities and a contributing editor to Blind Spot magazine. Monographs include Sunbird (2000), Crushed (2003), Raising Frogs For $$$ (2006), The Mushroom Collector (2010), and Hotel Oracle (2013).
Jason Bailer Losh lives and works in Los Angeles. His work focuses on the basic issues of object-making and the traditional "sculptor's" studio practice.
Jeffrey Scudder (b. 1989) received an MFA in Sculpture from Yale and currently lives in New York. He loves working with and thinking about software.
Jeremiah Johnson is a computer musician and artist based in Brooklyn. His work explores the politics of appropriation, failure, and the tension between order and chaos through creative (mis)uses of obsolete consumer electronics and elements of early Internet vernacular.
Jibade-Khalil Huffman is a writer and artist living in Los Angeles. He received an MFA in Creative Writing from Brown University and is currently pursuing photographic practices. He has published several books.
Joanne Greenbaum is a painter based in New York City. She has exhibited at D'Amelio Gallery in New York, Shane Campbell Gallery in Chicago, Nicolas Krupp in Switzerland, and greengrassi in London.
Joe Hamilton makes use of technology and found material to create intricate and complex compositions online, offline and in-between.
John Houck is an artist that lives and works in Brooklyn and Los Angeles, sometimes between them. He has an MFA from UCLA and completed the Whitney Independent Study Program.
Justin Sloane, artist and designer working in New York City. Currently experimenting in drawing, material process, self-publishing, research and hypertext fiction.
Karl Nawrot (a.k.a. Walter Warton) is a French graphic designer and illustrator based in Seoul.
Kelly Rakowski is a designer living in Brooklyn. She founded Nothing is New, a blog that looks at historic images to enliven new ideas.
Ken Abbott is a photographer who lives in Asheville, NC with his wife and two children. He has an MFA in photography from Yale University (1987) and received the North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship Award in 2006.
Born 1982, Laura Brothers is a visual artist who creates work that is intrinsically computer-based.
Letha Wilson was born in Honolulu, HI, and raised in northeastern Colorado. She received her MFA from Hunter College, and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Letha currently lives and works in Brooklyn.
Linked by Air is a graphic design firm specializing in the production of public space.
Linus Bill (*1982) lives and works in Bienne and Zurich, Switzerland. He published several books with Nieves, Rollo Press and Turbo Magazine (together with Adrien Horni). His work has been exhibited in Europe, Japan and the USA.
Lucas Blalock is a photographer from Asheville, NC who lives and works in Brooklyn.
Luke Stettner is an artist living in Colorado and Los Angeles. His project for Parallelograms is a collaboration with David Jaffe.
Luke Wyatt is a video and sound artist based in Brooklyn. He combines the detritus of dying video tapes with carefully culled computer glitchery, and terms the results "Video Mulch."
Lydia Anne McCarthy is an artist based in New York. She uses photography, sculpture and installation to explore the role of the spiritual seeker and the existence of alternate realities. Her most recent work 'I will be the void' examines American New Age culture. She has a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and an MFA from UNC Chapel Hill.
Manuel Fernandez is a Spanish artist based in Madrid. His artistic practice begins at the border of art, popular culture and Internet.
Marina Rosenfeld is a visual artist and composer based in New York. She works across a variety of media, and co-chairs Bard College's MFA program in Music/Sound.
Martin Borst and Andre Fuchs met in New York in 2009 doing internships at the graphic design studio 2x4. They now run their own studio in Berlin.
Mary Manning is a photographer and web explorer living in New York City.
Mary MacDougall is an Australian artist currently based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She works with glass, ceramics, archives and most recently the iPad to create images.
Melissa Seley's essays and interviews have appeared in numerous publications including BOMB online, Gastronomica, and The Spectrum Anthology.
Michael Bell-Smith is a creative professional who lives and works in Brooklyn.
Natalie Beall was born and raised in Atlanta, GA. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn. She holds a BFA from the University of Georgia and an MFA from Columbia. Her work investigates interior spaces and states of mind through mixed media installations and works on paper.
Neil Freeman is an artist and urban planner. He lives in New York City and has a website called fake is the new real.
Nicholas Gottlund is an artist and the founder of the book house Gottlund Verlag. He has exhibited widely.
Nicolas Sassoon is a member of the online art collective Computers Club. His work centers around publishing animated gifs, but also includes numerous collaborations with architects, artists, electronic music producers and fashion designers.
Ofer Wolberger is an artist living in Brooklyn. He published a series of twelve artist books under the name Horses Think Press.
Patrick Brennan resides in New York City. He studied at Munson Williams Proctor Art Institute and received a BFA in Painting and Video Art from Alfred University in 1998. Recent exhibitions include: Halsey McKay, MOMA / PS1, Galerie Lelong, Nicole Klagsbrun, Monya Rowe, Zieher Smith, Edward Thorpe, Artist Space and Clifton Benevento in New York, Romer Young in San Francisco, and Heiner Contemporary, Washington DC. Brennan is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at Alfred University.
Paul Salveson was born in 1984. He grew up in Virginia and now lives in Los Angeles.
Paulien Barbas lives and works in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam, in 2008. Her work deals with the photographic medium and its underlying themes of perception and representation.
Peter Baldes lives and works in Richmond, VA. When he is not traveling in google maps, he is teaching media arts courses in the VCU Painting and Printmaking program. Peter received his BA from SUNY Albany and his MFA from the IEA program at Alfred University.
Born in France in 1981, Pierre Le Hors lives and works in Brooklyn. His latest book, Byways & Through Lines, was published by Dashwood Books. He is currently a Darkroom Resident at the Camera Club of New York.
Potential Estate is an alliance of collaborating artists based in Belgium. Since 2006 Potential Estate has been developing a mobile, pars pro toto format — "a Cabinet" — in which knowledge dilutes itself into tales.
Rhys Coren is an artist and writer based in London, England. He's a student at the Royal Academy Schools, London, and co-founder of Corfu and
Rick Silva is an artist whose recent videos, websites, and images explore notions of landscape and wilderness in the 21st century. He frequently works with the experimental gallery spaces TRANSFER Gallery (NYC) and DITCH PROJECTS (Springfield, OR). Rick lives in Eugene, Oregon, where he also teaches at the University of Oregon.
Roger Willems is a graphic designer and editor based in Amsterdam, mainly working in the field of book design for publishing houses and cultural institutions. Together with artist Mark Manders he founded his own publishing project, Roma Publications.
Sara Ludy is an artist and musician based in Vancouver. She is a member of Computers Club and is part of a musical project called Tremblexy.
Sara Magenheimer lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She received her BA from Tufts University, BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and MFA from Bard College. Magenheimer has screened work and performed at CANADA Gallery, The Berkeley Art Museum, P.S.1 MOMA, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, ISSUE Project Room, amongst others. She is currently working on a commission by Triple Canopy as part of the Performa 13 Biennial.
Sean Raspet is an artist and novelist working in Los Angeles. He received an MFA from UCLA.
Siobhan McBride is an artist living and working in Miami, FL. She received her MFA in Painting from the University of Pennsylvania in 2005.
Stephanie Wuertz is an audiovisual artist based in New York City. She works in a wide range of media both appropriated and original. Her work is inspired by early primitive modes of cinematic expression focused on the body, motion and the animation of objects.
Stephen Vitiello is an electronic musician and sound artist who transforms incidental atmospheric noises into soundscapes that alter our perception of the environment. He is now based in Richmond, Virginia, where he teaches sound art and the history of media at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Steve Roden is a visual and sound artist based in Pasadena, California. He works with painting, drawing, sculpture, film, text, performance, and sound.
Terri Chiao is a multidisciplinary designer and artist living in New York City. Her studio and home, A Cabin in a Loft, is also a one-room bed & breakfast located in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
Toril Johannessen is an artist educated from Bergen National Academy of the Arts. She is based in Bergen, Norway.
Tuomas Korpijaakko was born in NJ to Finnish parents. He received a BFA from the School of Visual Arts and an MFA from the ICP-Bard program in Advanced Photographic Studies. He lives and works in New York City.
Will Shapiro lives in New York City. A mathematician by training, he is currently investigating an algebraic understanding of architecture and art.
Will Wheeler is a young artist. His work addresses plenty of things that people talk and write about but also some things that people haven't bothered making words for.