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November, 2009

Mark Cannariato, Caroline Sulzer, Koji Nakano, David Agasi, Caitlin Scholl, Peter Iannarelli

David Agasi

Sagamihara, Japan – “My last show was a Tokyo collaboration with French artist Virginie Aussedat at GENGETSU in the spring of 2008.  SInce 2002 I have been involved in several group shows and have had seven solo exhibitions in Japan.  My photography has been featured in Metropolis (Tokyo), Zilla (Germany), Alternative Press (USA) and Cafe Review (USA).  Late last year my photography was shown prominently on NYC\’s Nerve.com website.  My photographs are analog, thus, they are real photographs.”

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Mark Cannariato

Brooklyn, NY – Born and raised in rural southeast Louisiana, Mark started studying art at Louisiana State University.  His interest in large format photography and painting steered his work towards large projects in New Orleans and Havana.  Spending much of his time in the Caribbean and the southern US his interest in sculpture started to form.  This brought him to grad school at the University of South Florida where he began working with installations.  Projects included sound installations influenced and recorded during time spent in Westmoreland parish Jamaica.  He also worked with many Cuban artists amongst the early stages of… more »

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Peter Iannarelli

Beacon, NY – Peter is a sculptor and installation artist, who has exhibited his work nationally and including the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard, NY, University Art Museum at Albany, NY, and the Van Brunt Gallery in Beacon. In 2007, 2008, and 2009 he served as the Visiting Artist at Dia:Beacon. Most recently his work became part of the permanent collection at the Samual Dorsky Museum of Art SUNY New Paltz.

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Koji Nakano

Boston, MA – Koji received his Bachelor Degree in composition with distinction, and Master\’s degrees in composition with academic honors and distinction, Pi Kappa Lambda, from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston.  Later, he studied with Dutch composer Louis Andriessen in Amsterdam and at the Royal Conservatory of Hague as the Japanese Government Overseas Study Program Artist.  Koji received his Ph.D. in composition from the University of California at San Diego. 

Koji has composed more than forty works, including solo pieces, chamber works, symphonic movements, operas, and concerti for piano and violin. In 2007, his Time Song… more »

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Caitlin Scholl

Brooklyn, NY – Caitlin received her BA from the University of Vermont in 2006. Her studies were concentrated mostly in environmental studies and writing (eco-psychology, eco-fiction). Since then she\’s studied at Naropa University\’s Creative Writing MFA Program with the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, and her first novel, Mocemove, Na Vanua (The Land Abiding) was published in 2006. Originally hailing from the deep forests & river bends of the Adirondack Park in northern New York State, Caitlin now resides in Brooklyn, NY. Also a teacher, she spends her time with children, who are, in her opinion, the most creative… more »

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Caroline Sulzer

Surry, Maine – “I was born in New York to German parents, and much of my childhood was spent moving between the home my parents were struggling to leave behind and the home they were struggling to establish.  This straddling of two countries, languages and cultures has shaped my writing in ways that I’m still beginning to understand.  After moving about extensively in my twenties and thirties, I settled in Maine, where I’ve lived now for just over a decade with my husband and my two children, ages 9 and 12.

\”I studied literature and writing in college (majoring… more »

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