Current Artists

Thumbnail Nancy NowacekInvestigating relationships between labor and leisure, and the built and the natural environment, Nancy Nowacek actively engages with the world around her. She makes task-based encounters between people, spaces, and things. Research-based, her practice is shaped by observation of, dissatisfaction with, and great optimism for...
Thumbnail Torkwase Dyson Torkwase Dyson received her MFA from Yale University in painting/printmaking. An interdisciplinary artist, her work has been exhibited at the Whitney Museum of Art, the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, and the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art. Her work has been supported by Brooklyn Arts Council...
Thumbnail Colin Self Colin Self is an artist currently based in New York. Colin composes and choreographs music, performance, and environments for expanding consciousness, troubling binaries and boundaries of perception and communication. Working with communities across disciplines and practices, Colin utilizes voice, bodies, and computers to...
Thumbnail Gene Kogan Gene Kogan is an artist and programmer based in New York. He integrates emerging technologies into performing contexts including live music, dance, and theatre. His own artistic output is characterized by inquiries into the grey areas of computational intelligence, and the application of machine learning to controlling...
Thumbnail Joanna CheungJoanna creates physical and virtual spaces that break down hierarchical balance between architecture and occupants. She creates objects which subvert our understanding of the object and questions our sense of interaction and relationship. Through her work, she create tangible products from the intangible qualities of perception...
Thumbnail Joshue Ott New York-based visualist and software designer Joshue Ott creates cinematic visual improvisations, performed live and projected in large scale. Working from hand-drawn forms manipulated in real-time with superDraw, a software instrument of his own design, Ott composes evolving images that reside somewhere between minimalism,...
Thumbnail Kenneth Kirschner Kenneth Kirschner is a composer of experimental music working at the intersection of avant-garde classical composition and contemporary digital music. His work is characterized by an integration of acoustic and electronic instrumentation; a strong focus on harmony, pattern, and long-form development; and experimentation with...
Thumbnail Lisa Kori Chung Lisa Kori Chung is an artist, creative producer and researcher working in the realms of sound art, performance, and the future of fashion. As a 2010-2011 Watson Fellow, she documented various communities that formed around technologically-based art practices. This interest in collaboration and community building, as well as...
Thumbnail Mattia Casalegno Mattia Casalegno is an Italian artist working with sculpture, sound, live media, wearables, and immersive installations. His work explores the physical and sensory perceptions of its viewers, evoking experiences that are fully immersive, sensorially embodied, and/or psychologically heightened. A multidisciplinary, heavily...
Thumbnail Tega BrainTega Brain is an artist and environmental engineer whose work explores the technologies, interfaces, and institutions which shape our relationship with larger environment systems. She creates site specific installations, dysfunctional devices, experimental infrastructures and information systems. She teaches at the School for...
Thumbnail Lilian Kreutzberger(the Netherlands, 1984) graduated from the MFA program at Parsons New School, New York (2013). As a painter and sculptor, her aim is to synthesize her research in regards to the futility, dilemmas and challenges of modern utopias and the role that planning of urban spaces play within them. Her work has been exhibited at the...
Thumbnail Not An AlternativeCo-founded by Jason Jones and Beka Economopoulos, Not An Alternative is a nine year-old hybrid arts collective and artist-run non-profit organization with a mission to affect popular understandings of events, symbols, and history. The group curates and produces interventions on immaterial and material space, questioning and...