Installation/Site-Specific


Jason Triefenbach

Jason Triefenbach

Jason prides himself on a polymathic creative output encompassing sculpture, collage, sound, live performance, self-publishing, curation, broadcast media and ministerial services Through room- sized mixed media assemblage, primal sonic compositions, political...
Karl Roesch

Karl Roesch

Explaining my artistic synthesis and conceptualization involves a singular examination of time, human behavior, architectural space, regional place and feel, and “off the wall” experimentation, and how all integrate pentatically. In a previous installation time and...
Kimberly Morris

Kimberly Morris

What is beauty, what is beautiful to the world I live in today? Being a multi-ethnic individual of Creole heritage has played an enormous role in the way I view the world around me. I am of African and European decent; this greatly influences the way I experience...
Charles John Lyons IV

Charles John Lyons IV

Every Artist should have a purpose. It should be a burning desire to express something to the veiwer. Really good artwork moves the veiwer and tells a story. Its the responsibilty of the Artist to translate their thoughts into art but the best artist make the viewer...
Norma Haas Rosen

Norma Haas Rosen

All of us humans are made as creative vessels, capable of capturing images, eclectic memory bits and combining these jigsaw pieces to create new objects or performances outside of ourselves. Daily we recycle thought and images collected from the world surrounding us....
Matthew Mcbride

Matthew Mcbride

I love creating murals my main goal is to be able to consistently paint them with out the door to door rejection one day. I also paint canvases and that’s where I found the painting concept I use for murals now. I like patterns and vibrant colors, but I’m...
Dulce Soledad Ibarra

Dulce Soledad Ibarra

While objects manipulated and made have importance as charged symbols, my process has been more about research, not just in an academic approach but in an emotional and personal approach. There is privilege in emotional and intellectual labor: I acknowledge this, I...
Jennifer Celio

Jennifer Celio

My lifelong passion for and activism in environmental issues has informed my work for 14 years. In my current body of mixed media, sculptural paintings and sculptures and wall-based installations, I explore the complicated human relationship with nature and the wild....
Kay Erickson

Kay Erickson

Kay Erickson Photographer I am a second generation photographer who used to watch my Mother hand color photographs. At age 7, I received my first camera, and went on to study at the University of Minnesota, where I received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, Summa cum...
Maria Dawn

Maria Dawn

Maria Dawn (MADDAWN) is a material-process-based, conceptual-figurative-artist, concepts evolving from the human animal, the human machine, and other subsets relating to mortality; scientific hoaxes, rituals, the home, and off-pop-culture paradigms. Her work exist in...
Meeson Pae Yang

Meeson Pae Yang

The work explores the convergence of science, technology and mythology into a thickly layered stratum of images and objects reflecting systems within nature. Intersections and parallels in systems become unfolding metaphors and imagery to dissect and explore. Much of...
Betsy Lohrer Hall

Betsy Lohrer Hall

Betsy Lohrer Hall makes works on paper, installations, simple performances, and collaborative projects. Art making is a way to explore impermanence and the simultaneous desires to prevent and accept it. This is reflected in the work through allusions to natural...
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