My recent work utilizes digital photograhphy, paint and other media to build up and rework the surface in a naive almost childlike way. The immediacy of the photograhphy, captures a close-up moment, inspiring colors, textures, forms.
Zachary Skinner received an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, practicing
painting, sound and interdisciplinary installation. His political artwork draws from Occupy Wall Street,
Green Politics and non-violent resistance.
My work is an exploration of personal and communal identity. My perspective is informed by
Jewish folklore and mythology, approached from a feminist angle. I explore female and gender
non-conforming bodies, as well as taboo.
Sara's multidisciplinary work includes video with sound, installation, digital image and drawing.
Her work has been included in numerous shows and screenings nationally and internationally since
the late 80's.
Kreerath Sunittramat or Donut is a Thai born artist and photographer who is based in Brooklyn, New
York. Currently he is a student in Master of Fine Art Program in Photography at Parson The New
School For Design.
I build visually and contextually elaborate photo-composites printed on a subtly-iridescent
chromogenic paper which catches the eye and gives depth to my themes of illumination
and human self-reflection.
Julie Unruh is interested in identity construction and particularly in the disconnect between personal and shared experience. She utilizes realism, but her paintings also explore the role of the viewer in the creation of coherent images.