Bangkok, Thailand – Sarawut Chutiwongpeti was born in Thailand and graduated from the Department of Fine and Applied Arts at Chulalongkorn University in 1996. His work revolves around revealing the unexplored facets of experience and the exploration of the phenomenon of cross-interdisciplinary art and culture. What are the thoughts, doubts, fears, uncertainties, and reflections that we have and experience as we head towards the new material and immaterial territories, which we are to inhabit in the future? Sarawut searches for answers that can help reverse the subordination and objective materialism, which are prevalent in today’s society. His art has been… more »
Julie Thor Fryd
Copenhagen, Denmark – “I received my training as a dramatist at the Danish Independent Youth Foundation & have since received several grants and scholarships from the Danish Council of Literature. I’ve produced two published plays in Denmark and supported by the Danish Arts Foundation, ‘Room’ and Vaccum-packed People’. I’ve also had residencies at Djerassi Center in CA and Fundation Valparaiso in Spain. A common feature of my work is that the stories often take place in an absurb, surrealist and poetic universe, with nonetheless, a clear storyline.
A. Raymond Johnson
Chicago, IL – A. Raymond has been telling stories all his life but decided he would call himself a writer after completing National Novel Writing Month in 2002. He received an MFA in creative writing from Antioch University Los Angeles and was awarded residency fellowships from the Radgale Foundation in 2008 and 2009. He blogs about pop culture for I Fry Mine in Butter and Popnography and has been published in Out Magazine and Ugly Cousin. His fiction focuses on human relationships to bodies, our own and each other\’s, and the constructs of identity around individuals and communities, specifically regarding… more »
NY, NY – Andrea is a visual art and dance critic who writes about the juncture between modernism and postmodernism, dematerialized post-studio art, and the historical revisionism of minimalism into a formalist aesthetic. She was a recipient of the Museum of Fine Arts at Houston CORE Critical Studies Fellowship (‘07-’08), Atlantic Center for the Arts Writers’ Residency (‘07), Wildacres Writer’s Resident (’07), Jacob’s Pillow Dance Criticism Fellow (’06), Chez Bushwick Commissioned Writer (’06), New Museum Nightschool Core Participant organized by Anton Vidokle (‘08-‘09), Ox-Bow Artist Resident (’10), and Vermont Studio Center Visual Art Criticism Residency (‘10). She has written for New… more »
Philidelphia, PA – Ephraim is a visual artist living and working in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is a faculty member in the Department Art and Art History at Drexel University and exhibits his work nationally and internationally. Exhibit venues have included: Vertex List, Brooklyn, NY; The Greestone Gallery, Lincoln University, United Kingdom; The Fleisher Art Memorial, Moore College of Art and Design, and St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia; King County Art Gallery, Consolidated Works Contemporary Art Center, and James Harris Gallery in Seattle, WA; Tacoma Art Museum in Tacoma, WA; and The District of Columbia Arts Center and Arlington Arts Center… more »
Eugene, OR – Gabriella earned her Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of California in 2007, receiving the Fay Nelson Award from the combined visual arts faculty upon graduation. Since then her paintings have been exhibited nationwide, including a solo exhibit at the Red Mountain Gallery at Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno, Nevada, a two person exhibit at Chemeketa Community College in Salem, Oregon, and a three person exhibit at North Florida Community College in Madison, Florida. Juried shows include the Bowery Gallery in New York City(Juror, Rackstraw Downes), Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio, The Art Center… more »