Alex Calhoun is an artist living and working in Chicago, IL.
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HATCH Projects 2015-2016
Anansi kNOwBody is a multidisciplinary artist operating out of Chicago, IL.
Angela Davis Fegan has a committed desire to craft handmade objects, during this time of the supremacy of ephemeral digital experience, that lend themselves to the tactile viewing experience and to distribution through a network beyond that of a single location. They are meant for viewing in public space, such as community health centers, alleys, hair salons and bar bathrooms.
Austen Brown is an artist using site-based practice and investigating the relationship between space and its construction, through social and economic structures.
Large drawings, violent sculptures, materially driven installations.
Barbara Diener is an artist whose photographs explore her personal interpretations of home, longing, history and memory.
Extracting from personal triumphs and tragedies, Bobbi Meier creates objects that engage sensibilities of seduction, revulsion, and humor. #sculpture #mixed-media #subversion #bobbimeier
Bryan is a photographer who captures a multitude of spaces and environments, including travel, human endurance, the body, as well as urban and rural subjects.
I am living for the queer rapture.
Based in Chicago, IL, Carla Fisher Schwartz is a visual artist and educator whose practice investigates the relationship between the mapped image and contemporary notions of exploration, virtuality, and the simulated environment.
Cassandra Stadnicki uses art to disguise her psychosis through a variety of disciplines.
Erika Råberg is dedicated to an image-making practice that embodies a way of being in the world, one of careful observation, presence, and openness to change.
Hannah Givler is a sculptor.
Hillary Wiedemann is fascinated with light and space, both natural and artificially produced.
Jeremiah Jones is a video artist whose work explores the complex histories, landscapes and relationships that form our world through seductive and beautiful formal experimentation utilizing projected light and sound.
Jessica Harvey is a Chicago-based visual artist who uses photography, installation, and archival materials to explore the myths we create for ourselves and nature while trying to preserve a more desired history.
I draw attention to the materiality of photography and the memories it captures by allowing my images to slowly disappear.
Jon Chambers’ work focuses on experiences of saturation, obsessions, and contradictions that emerge from relationships with technology.
Leander creates environments, constructs things, and composes music.
Born in Athens, Greece, Marina Miliou-Theocharaki is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, and dancer.
Raul De Lara is a sculptor.
Azadi is dedicated to transnational feminism with a passionate devotion to the ways in which race, religion, gender, sexuality, culture, and ethnicity intersect.
Woomin Kim touches, rubs, sands, and covers things around her to break her habitual perception and reveal the gap between what things are and her subjective understandings of them.
Yaloo is an active culture maker, a poetic gleaner, and a perpetual fresh-off-the-boat.
Brett Swinney develops cultural projects through the collaborative and artist network Anysquared Projects, having produced such programs as "Cinema Minima Film Residency" and "Post Post Post Modernism."
George William Price is an arts administrator and curator invested in artistic and political expressions that engender alternative, avuncular, and non-hierarchical histories.
Kate Pollasch is an art historian, curator, and writer.
Sharmyn Cruz Rivera is a Puerto Rican curator based in Chicago. Her curatorial endeavors and research revolve around sound art, video, contemporary dance, performance art, and human geography.
Lorelei Stewart is Director of Gallery 400 at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Robyn Farrell is Curatorial Assistant in the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Steven L. Bridges is Curatorial Assistant at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
Tricia Van Eck is Artistic Director of 6018 North in Chicago.