Mark-David Hosale

Mark-David Hosale is a computational artist and composer who holds a Ph.D. in Media Arts and Technology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is an Associate Professor in Digital Media in the School of the Arts, Media, Performance, and Design, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He has given lectures and taught internationally at institutions in …
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Erika Batdorf

Erika Batdorf has been performing, directing, choreographing, animating art openings and creating award winning performance work since 1983. Her work has appeared in Canada, France, Germany, Greece, Finland, Denmark, Italy, Switzerland, Korea, Indonesia, Georgia and 14 US states in such places as the Smithsonian Institute, The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Harvard University, Movement …
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Alicja Biala

Alicja Biala is a visual artist from Poznan, Poland. Her illustrations are regularly published in Denmark, Poland, Germany, England, China and Australia. Recent solo shows include Galeria Oficyna, Poland, and Mute Gallery in Lisbon, Portugal. In 2016 she was chosen to represent Denmark at Designer’s Nest competition during Copenhagen Fashion Week​. ​ Prior to arriving in the …
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Lisa Trivell

Lisa Trivell is a multimedia artist working in paint, printmaking, collage and video. Referencing over 25 years of experience as a yoga, meditation, stress management instructor and massage therapist, Lisa engages her audience in immersive art experiences that recall both body and landscape, evoking the viewers awareness of their physical, emotional and spiritual presence. Born in New …
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Scotty Slade Wagner

Scotty Slade Wagner is the son of a dentist and a veterinarian and youngest of five brothers. He has always craved attention. As a kid, he sought it out by making people laugh. This often meant “misbehaving.” As an adult, little has changed, but somewhere between the two he felt like there was something wrong …
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Lili Bernard

My work exposes the post-colonial paradigm of suffering and resilience, through a collision of cruelty against compassion. The generational struggle of my Afro-Cuban immigrant family and Caribbean ancestors, coupled with my personal experiences as a rape survivor, informs my exploration of the impact of trauma and the unconquerable nature of the human spirit. …
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Christopher Fuelling

Teatro Korazon’s founder and artistic director (and co-creator and director of several of its theatre pieces) is a theatre director and tenor based in Los Angeles. His projects explore ritual, the ecstatic, and the numinous in widely different contexts from Early Music liturgical reconstructions in European churches to experimental ritual theatre and outrageous rock …
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Maiza Hixson

Statement I treat the art exhibition as an aesthetic medium for creating a dialogue with the viewer. Rather than strictly placing objects on display, I approach art and curating from a political, creative and educational standpoint. I employ new media and performance as tools to encourage public participation in visual culture. I seek to facilitate alternative …
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