Paul Carlo Esposito is an artist, designer, scientist and educator whose practice dissolves the boundaries between the human and the natural environment.
Sharmistha Ray is an artist, writer, and educator whose work includes paintings, drawings, printmaking, sculptures, installations, photographs, cultural programming, lectures, and hybrid texts. Their writings have been published in various online and print magazines including Art Asia Pacific, Hyperallergic, Artcritical, Ocula, Art India, and the India editions of Vogue and Elle.
Nikolas Diamant’s work deals in existential horrors and jokes, dynamics of control, and lossy (or gainy?) functions.
Lanna Lang focuses on the process of creation and the exploration of materials and their utilization.
Hannah FitzGerald’s work often pertains to the body and is sometimes mixed with language and imagery of obscure clichés.
Dani Moll’s work is inspired by anything fleshy, kitschy, grotesque, or culturally bizarre.
Cassie Scheirer is dedicated to installing a greater sense of social responsibility within her viewers.
Jessa Westheimer is an interdisciplinary maker and artist studying Neurobiology, Art, and Media Design.
Hojung Kim is an animator and illustrator, who at times enjoys creating books.