ARTISTS (EXHIBITION INCLUDES WORK OF BIPOC, NON-BINARY, AND IMMIGRANT ARTISTS)
Curator/Cultural Producer Alice Scope US @alicescope
International art curator and cultural producer based in Los Angeles. Originally from Kyiv, Ukraine Alice is a founder of the international e-curatorial agency “Cultural Policy” that fosters and empowers digital artists and co-founder of a digital art education program entitled “Risa” which serves school kids in Kenya.
In her practice, Alice explores the topic of posthumanism, human psychology, and pushing the borders between reality and completely invented fantastic scenes.
Creative Director/Writer Michael Barth US @mycoolbarf
Director and artist based in Los Angeles. Michael is interested in the contradictions of non-fiction; his film work has been showcased at Sundance, IDFA, SXSW, PBS broadcast, and more. Michael is building a documentary program that provides indigenous peoples with tools and support for language preservation. As Creative Director of Cultural Policy, he’s bringing his sensibilities as a storyteller and desire for community impact into the digital fart space.
Sound designer DURA, Germany @mduraart
DURA is an artist and sound designer based in Berlin and Leipzig. She creates with her objects, performances, and installations atmospheric scenes. Due to her sculptural elements, self-developed sound microcosms and delicately balanced actions, complex sensory impressions and associative moments emerge.
Chris Collins US @chris__content
New media artist and educator based in Chicago. Chris is interested in networked technologies as a cultural force and as a site of many inherent contradictions: a place of beauty and banality, of empowerment and surveillance, of connection and commodification. He’s attempting to find poetry, humor, and logic from within the squirm of digital culture.
Huntrezz is currently making work across mediums and collaborating with a diverse array of human beings online. She presents her range of works in writing, fashion, animation, painting, music, and performance in Los Angeles.
Currently working for the Oakwood secondary school in NoHo. while in the collective residency at NAVEL LA and new clergy at the church of fun.
She worships a beyond that is at the center of all things, and her mind and body are always in flux.
Masha Dmitrova Ukraine @mashadmitrova
Designer and artist based in Kyiv, Ukraine. Maria has a strong passion for visual storytelling and fictional narratives. She works with 3D&animation, videos, print, and digital. In her works, she applies techniques of speculative design, to sneer at narcissism theme, use semantical analysis, and deconstruct&visualise social theories.
Obso1337 @obso1337.life + George Jasper Stone @georgejasperstone UK
Obso1337 is the collaborative practice of Tobias Seymour and Lachlan KosaniukInnes. Initially conceived as an online gallery showing digital work created for mobile devices, the platform has now expanded to encompass almost all of their creative output. This ranges from websites, digital video, and face filters to IRL installation, performance, and events.
George Jasper Stone is a CGI artist based in London. His work can be characterized by constructing vignettes and scenes that blend digital experiences with physical entities using intuitive processes. Holding the algorithmic with the real world that interlinks fantasy and reality, he transcodes data from these physical environments to digital landscapes.
Wednesday Kim South Korea @wednesdaykimm
Interdisciplinary artist and a co-founder of De:Formal Online Gallery. She is from Seoul, South Korea, and is currently based out of Alaska. Kim works with a mixture of analog and digital media including 3D animation, video, performance, installation, print, and sculpture. Her work is informed by personal experiences and human psychology; she derives imagery from nightmares, intrusive thoughts, and childhood trauma. Furthermore, she portrays the absurdity of information-saturated contemporary life in a surrealist fashion through wordplay, Wikipedia, voyeurism, and witticism.
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