Manuel Vazquez Manuel Vazquez was born in Colombia and lives and works in London. He completed an MA in Photography and Urban Culture at Goldsmiths University. He exhibits internationally including New York, UK, Spain, Canada, Italy and Colombia. Among his awards: FLASH FORWARD – Emerging Photographer 2009 and the Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2008.
DM ( Denise Marika and Dana Moser) Video Installation artist Denise Marika has an MFA from UCLA and is an assistant professor in the Studio for Interrelated Media at the Massacheusetts College of Art. She has received numerous grants in support of her work from the NEA, Rockefeller and Andy Warhol Foundation, Massachusetts Cultural Council and many more. She is represented by the Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston. Dana Moser is a musician, filmmaker and digital media artist. He has been involved in digital computation-based artworks for over 20 years and was on the original steering committe that developer the Boston Cyberarts Festival. He is currently a professor in MassArt's Studio for Interrelated Media.
Henry Gwiazda Henry Gwiazda, a multi-media aritist, was born in 1952 in New Britain, Connecticut. He received degrees from the Eastman School of Music, The Hartt School, and the College-Conservatory of Music of the University of Cincinnati. He has received numerous prizes, awards, and performances by the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, the New Britain Symphony, the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony, and the American Dance Festival. In 1992, he began exploring virtual audio and sampling natural sounds. He has recorded on CRI, CCG, and Innova and is currently Professor of Music at Minnesota State University Moorhead, MN.
Sarah Rushford Sarah Rushford is a multimedia artist and educational administrator and lives in Jamaica Plain. She earned her BFA from Hartford Art School in 1998 and MA in Media Studies from The New School in 2001. As a multimedia artist she is pursuing exhibitions, residencies and artistic opportunities, and is currently working in writing, video and alternative print processes in her Jamaica Plain studio.
Ethan Ham Ethan Ham is a sculptor and installation artist who often explores themes of translation and mutation. His projects include literary/art hybrids, kinetic sculptures, and internet-based artworks.He has been commissioned by Turbulence.org (Tumbarumba and Self-Portrait), The Present Group (Anthroptic), and Rhizome.org (Email Erosion).Ethan is an Assistant Professor of New Media at The City College of New York.
Stephen Cady Stephen Cady is a Phoenix based artist who works in responsive sculptural installations and designs interactive and generative media. He received an MFA in Electronic Visualization from the University of Illinois at Chicago (2007) and is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Advancing Technology in Tempe, AZ. where he designs and instructs courses in computer graphics, visualization, physical computing and algorithmic based generative art.
Jesse Malmed Jesse Malmed is an artist and independent curator working in video, new media and text. His work has been shown at places like the Center for Contemporary Arts in Santa Fe, at Light Industry in Brooklyn and Artists' Television Access in San Francisco. He has a BA in Film & Electronic Arts from Bard College and lives/works in Portland, OR.
Nance Davies Nance Davies is an artist, educator and curator based in Boston. Her interdisciplinary work explores contemporary critical issues and the impact of culture and technology on human experience and interrelationship. She teaches at Massachusetts College of Art in Boston and exhibits her work internationally.
Andrew Sempere Andrew lives and works in Boston MA, as a full time Design Researcher for IBM's Collaborative User Experience Group / Center for Social Software, an instructor and artist. He holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Masters of Science from the MIT Media Lab.
Francois Xavier de Costerd Francois de Costerd is a Boston-based artist who works with photography, film and video. In 2007 he received his MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. He exhibits and performs live throughout the country – most recently at the MIT Museum during the 2009 Boston CyberArts Festival.
Colleen Alborough Colleen Alborough (visuals, poem) is an artist living and working in Johannesburg. She completed her BA (Fine Arts - University of the Witwatersrand), where she is currently completing a MA (Fine Arts). In addition to being a digital multimedia artist and visual arts educator, Alborough is also a restaurateur. She makes multimedia installations that encourage the viewer to explore and interact with the work in order to complete the narrative.
João Orecchia João Orecchia (sound, voiceover) is a multi-faceted musician based in Johannesburg, South Africa. His is a process- orientated approach, mixing improvisation with loosely pre-composed material.
João has collaborated with many fine artists and arts organizations from around South Africa.
Prior to Johannesburg, João spent several years in Berlin, Germany, where he composed music for theatre, film and dance performance.
Scott Hall Scott F. Hall is an inter-media artist, Associate Professor of Art, and Graduate Program Coordinator in the Art Department at the University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida, U.S.A. He currently teaches the M.F.A. level courses Studio Concentration, Inter-media, Sculpture, and Thesis. Hall also tends to mentor select undergrads in independent study research in physical and virtual sculpture (i.e. polymer clay handwork to virtual 3D modeling to 3D rapid prototyping
Marc McNulty Composer and sound artist
Dylan Mortimer Dylan Mortimer graduated with a BFA Kansas City Art Institute and a MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York. He has created public art installations in nine states including New York, Chicago, Baltimore, and Washington and won numerous awards. He has exhibited nationally including The Longwood Arts Gallery in the Bronx, the Dumbo Arts Center, PS 122 Gallery in New York and throughout the Midwest.
Zehra Khan Zehra Khan currently resides in Cambridge, MA though in the last five years has lived in such diverse places as Paris, Karachi, Saratoga Springs, and Provincetown, and likes creating transient transportable art. She completed her MFA at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design low-residency program at the Fine Arts Work Center, and her Bachelors at Skidmore College.
Nita Sturiale Nita Sturiale’s work explores intersections – among art and science, creativity and entrepreneurship, technology and humanity, teaching and learning. She presents her ideas through live performance, in exhibition spaces, and online and is included in Stephen Wilson's book, Information Arts (MIT Press, 2001). In 2003, Nita directed the award-winning “Invisible Ideas” project – the first Flash-enabled, GPS- triggered interactive art walk. She has taught at several institutions, including Carnegie Mellon and Harvard University and – currently - at Massachusetts College of Art.
Ximena Alarcon Ximena Alarcón, born in Bogotá, Colombia, in 1972, is a multimedia artist specialising in soundscape, collective memory and interactivity. She completed her PhD in Music, Technology and Innovation at De Montfort University in 2007 with a work entitled “An Interactive Sonic Environment derived from commuters’ memories of soundscape: a case study of the London Underground”.
Erik Conrad Erik Conrad’s work investigates the relationship between the sensate body and individual/ collective experiences and understandings of space. His works – both interactive and site-specific - explore the relationship between gesture and vision. He has presented and exhibited internationally,
Benjamin ChaffeeBenjamin Chaffee lives and works, both visually and aurally, in Chicago, IL.
Jason Nelson Jason Nelson is a digital and hypermedia poet and artist. He grew up in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He has a BA from the University of Oklahoma and an MFA in New Media Writing from Bowling Green State University.
Sherry Karver Sherry Karver, born and raised in Chicago, lives and works in Oakland, CA. Education includes Tulane University, Indiana University and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She explores the alienation of the individual in the crowd. Her work involves expanding and shifting the parameters of traditional photography by combining it with digital technology, oil painting, narrative text, and resin.
Marianne Fourie Marianne Fourie was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, lived for many years in London, England, Paris and Dijon, France, before moving to Hoboken, NJ,
where she now lives and works.. She exhibits internationally including France, the USA and Russia.
Lia Chavez Lia Chavez (b1978) is a London-based artist who exhibits internationally including 2009 TINA B. – Prague Festival for Contemporary Art; 2009 Armory Arts Week, New York; Affirmation Arts, New York; 53rd Venice Biennale; Kunsthaus Tacheles, Berlin; and the 10th Istanbul Biennial. She is currently a PhD candidate in art at Goldsmith’s College in UK.
Helene Zuckerbrod Helene Zuckerbrod is the Assistant Director at Massachusetts College of Art.
Marian Berelowitz I am an amateur photographer in Brooklyn who works as an editor for an advertising agency. I started taking camera phone pictures of people in the subway several years ago, when I first got a phone with a camera, and am still at it!
Lisa McCarty Lisa is based in Arlington, Virginia and is a Resident Artist at Arlington Arts Center. She earned her BFA at George Mason University and has exhibited extensively throughout the Washington D.C. metro region. Her practice includes a hybrid of graphic design, painting, photography and curatorial activities.
Katherin McInnis Katherin McInnis is a Brooklyn-based artist whose work includes video, photography, and public practice. Her projects explore liminal places, the aesthetics of surveillance, and how histories are embedded in landscapes and urban environments. Her work has be
Jamie Waelchli Jamie Marie Waelchli is a Washington state based video artist and digital photographer with a nation-wide exhibition record. Education includes Univerisity of Wisconsin and Washington State University.
Guy Telemaque Guy M Telemaque is a Boston-based photographer and edicator. He received his MFA in Photography at Massachusetts College of Art. He is a Visual Arts Instructor and Gallery Director at the Boston Arts Academy in Boston, Massachusetts. The photograph ‘Bondi Bridge’ is from a body of work created through a Surdna Foundation grant to visit Brasil.
Gary Duehr Gary Duehr is a boston-based artist. He is co-director of the Invisible Cities Group, which creates "large-scale urban detours" combining performance, poetry, and installations of visual art. He writes about the arts for a number of journals. He has received numerous honors and awards and exhibits internationally.
Yuri Stone Yuri Stone currently lives and works in Jamaica Plain, MA. He received his BA in Digital/New Media from Emerson College.
Susan Bregman Susan Bregman is a Boston-based photographer. Working in black-and-white and color, her images focus on urban landscapes and abstractions of motion, light, and color. She has studied at Lesley University’s Photography Atelier, New England School of Photography, DeCordova Museum, and the Maine Photographic Workshops.
Carolyn Lewenberg I am currently developing collaborative public art initiatives that bring together people from various backgrounds including community groups, artists, environmentalists, professionals, and young people. Projects that I have founded and have begun their own momentum include the Racks of Art sculptural bike racks, and the Bumpkin Island Art Encampment.
Harvey Loves Harvey We see very little value in the lonely artist, hidden away in the studio, waiting to be discovered. Since 1992 Matthew Nash and Jason Dean have collaborated under the name "Harvey Loves Harvey." We have set out to explore the themes of communication, friendship, artistic intent and identity through our work. In fifteen years of collaboration, we have never lived in the same city, and the tools of communication have become the both subject and the subtext of our work, as we seek forms of communication that can accommodate two artists as a single voice.
Alexia Mellor and Sarah Banasiak Esbee Enterprises was formed in 2007 by Sarah Banasiak, after she graduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in 2006. Ms. Banasiak, CEO, is currently living in New Zealand, accpeting proposals from artists interested in collaboration. Alexia Mellor is a recent MFA graduate from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston/Tufts University, where she worked in performance, video and photography. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally.
Jeremy Hight Jeremy Hight is a writer, poet, text artist and theorist. He invented locative narrative in 2001. His work is shown in museums and galleries internationally and his writing has been published in several languages. He helped make the project "34 north 118 west" back in 2000, I wrote about the history of the railroads that built early Los Angeles.
Kamarie Chapman Kamarie Chapman hails from a small island in the Puget Sound. She has a BA in Theatre Arts from Western Washington University and an MFA in Dramatic Writing with The University of New Mexico. She has received two national Kennedy Center awards in playwriting (David Mark Cohen and Paula Vogel) for Deception Pass: An American Story, and two regional recognitions from the Kennedy Center for one-act plays, including Scenes from a Bus. She is very proud to be fostering a professional development organization for artists in Bellingham, WA (You. Are. Here.) and is currently working on scripts for The Working Theatre Collective (Portland, OR) and iDiOM Theater (Bellingham, WA).
Leora Silverman Fridman Leora Silverman Fridman lives in Jamaica Plain, where she writes and teaches writing and literacy. Her recent and forthcoming publications are included in Lumina, Sub-lit, The New Delta Review, The Jerusalem Post, Clerestory, and others.
Sarah Goodman Sarah Goodman is a freelance writer and curriculum editor, living in Newton, Massachusetts. She holds a bachelor’s degree in mass media, and a master’s in elementary education. Sarah has written for New Age Journal, Boston Magazine, and Ladybug Magazine. and received the 2007 Stonecoast Poetry Prize, and a Maine
Literary Awards 2008 honorable mention.
Gordon Fearey Gordon Fearey was born in 1950 in NYC and received an undergraduate degree from Yale University, majoring in fine arts. He began writing during the 1980’s in NYC, and Tracks dates from that period. Fearey’s focus during the last decade has been on visual work, including painterly photographs. In both his writing and visual art, loss, infinity, and regeneration are recurring themes, with water and landscape playing leading roles.
Colette A. Shumate-Smith Colette A. Shumate-Smith grew up in Seattle at the north end of the lake. She studied at the University of Washington and received a graduate degree from Boston University. She raised a family and taught middle school art for a number of years. She has also completed a number of large commissioned murals for Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Jonathan Powell Jonathan Powell is an artist and writer based in Wales, UK. He studied fine arts at Camberwell college of Arts, London. Several of his short scripts have been produced and shown around the world. He works with words and digital media.