Category: People

Jean Cho

Jean is a 3D modeler, surfacer, and animator.

Mila Fejzo

Mila Fejzo primarily works with oil paint and ceramics. They draw inspiration from their struggles with mental illness, while highlighting their recovery, as well as their prior studies in the biological sciences, and their non-binary gender identity. Instagram

Jennifer Shin

Jennifer Shin is a multidisciplinary artist working primarily in textiles and craft, exploring the themes of home, memory, and ephemera.

Peggy Shen

Peggy Shen studies art, human-computer interaction, and information systems

M. Tayao

M. is an interdisciplinary artist who explores the spatial and temporal reverberations of human and more-than-human relationships.

Angelica Bonilla Fominaya

Angelica Bonilla (A.B) Fominaya is an anti-disciplinary artist and aspiring scientist interested in machine co-creation and algorithmic crafts.

Ajunie Virk

Ajunie Virk is an interdisciplinary artist working primarily in animation and new media, who strives to create narratives that question the relationships between ourselves and our objects

Brent Nakamoto

Brent Nakamoto is a multidisciplinary artist with a background in painting and drawing, printmaking, photography, and book arts. He received his BA in Art from UC Santa Barbara in 2012 and and MFA in Visual Arts from the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis in 2018. He… Read more »

Tingting Cheng

Tingting Cheng activates cultural archives in different ways, using sound and sculpture as contemporary witchcraft to connect the audience and create a sense of ritual. She also brings this immersive landscape into other communities as a social practice.

Max Tristan Watkins

Max Tristan Watkins’ practice employs text and image in order to gesture towards injury, childhood, disaster, and (homosocial) desire. His work toys with camp melancholy, drawing on ballet training to create performances of transsexual aristocracy and shame. His poetry exposes relationships with queer pleading, surrender, ‘again-ness’ and anecdote.