My multidisciplinary artworks combine drawing, sculpture, performance and video to depict a seemingly infinite space of emotion and memory as it is processed in the brain,and often involves collaboration with neuroscientists and musicians.
Buchina’s work focuses on issues of territories, borders, and displacement. Her interests lie
predominantly in transnational identities, the unpacking and questioning of historical narratives,
and concepts of belonging.
New York-based photographer originally from Western Australia. After 15 years working in gold
mines around the world. He now documents the de-industrialization of America with a focus on the
aging workforce and changing energy industry.
Art as a creative tool to promote access & awareness throughout our cities — working with
government agencies, non-profit organizations, and community groups to document under-
appreciated phenomenon and exhibit work in unexpected places.
Interested in exploring the language of materiality and media, I engage with various fine art
media to explore the potency of self and artistic expressions. My work traverses fluidly between
art&craft, nature&artifact, personal&universal.