Drew Nikonowicz
Drew Nikonowicz (born in St. Louis Missouri, 1993) earned a BFA from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2016. His work employs analog photography, computer simulations, 3D printing, open-source software, and more. He has exhibited nationally and internationally. In 2015 he received the Aperture Portfolio Prize and the Lenscratch Student Prize. In 2017 Nikonowicz completed a one-year residency at Fabrica Research Centre. His first photobook, This World and Others Like It, was co-published by Yoffy Press and FW:Books in 2019. It was awarded Jurors' Special Mention at the 2019 Paris Photo/Aperture Foundation Photobook Awards. He is currently pursuing an MFA at the University of Arkansas.
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Inès Kivimäki
Los Angeles
Inès Kivimäki (b. 1990, France) is a Finnish - Algerian artist that lives and works in Los Angeles. She is currently pursuing her MFA from UC Riverside and received her BFA from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Beginning with research, her projects expand through a variety of mediums: her work is interested in emerging and ancient technologies, device dependency and its implications to self- image. Kivimäki’s solo and group exhibitions include the Culver Museum in Riverside (2024), Fulcrum Press (2024), Phase Gallery (2023), Human Resources (2023), Gallery 2A, Art Center DTLA, Roberts Projects in Los Angeles and Arkadia Gallery in Helsinki. She currently co-runs project space Timeshare in Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles.
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Anne Horel
Anne Horel is a Polymorphic Digital Collage Artist specialized in Creative Technologies & Social Media. 💻Her work has been seen in prestigious institutions in France : Le Palais de Tokyo (Paris), La Friche Belle de Mai (Marseille), La Gaîté Lyrique (Paris), Galerie Julie Caredda (Paris), NFT Factory (Paris), Galerie W (Paris), Le Bel Ordinaire (Pau), Le Lavoir Numérique (Gentilly), but also all around the world like SPRING/BREAK Art Show & Time Square (New-York), Art in Space & TODA (Dubai), Art Basel (Miami), The EYE Museum (Amsterdam), Mapping Festival (Geneva), Minato AR Art Festival (Yokohama, Japan), Sickhouse (Enschede), Saint Benoît Gallery & 212 Festival (Istanbul Turkey), Cologne Film Festival (Germany), Festival de la Imagen (Bogota, Colombia).
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Ira Greenberg
Santa Fe
Ira Greenberg is a full-time faculty member at SMU, with a joint appointment in the Meadows School of the Arts and the Lyle School of Engineering. He is also the director of the Center of Creative Computation. He holds a BFA from Cornell University and an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania. With an eclectic background combining studio arts and computer science, Dr. Greenberg has been a painter, 2-D and 3-D animator, print designer, web and interactive designer/developer, programmer, art director, creative director, managing director, art and computer science professor, and author. He wrote the first major language reference on the Processing programming language, Processing: Creative Coding and Computational Art (Berkeley, CA: friends of ED, 2007).
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Jason Bailer Losh
Falls Village
Jason Bailer Losh’s (b. 1977, Denison, Iowa) work embraces the distinct history of found objects as a subject and material to discuss class, labor, and craft. Through his unique sequences and arrangements, Losh’s common, commercial, and domestic objects such as chair legs, faux fruit, or decorative bowls are exposed of their sculptural, formal and physical dimensions provoking a sense of intimate familiarity. In a recent return to painting, Losh’s current works incorporate his own sculptures and materials into domestic interiors reflecting on narrative, nostalgia, and preservation of memory. By offsetting these compositions on the canvas, Losh challenges notions that idealize the past and contests popular representations of ‘the American dream.’
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Chris Adler
Chris Adler (b. 1989) is a photographer, curator, entrepreneur, and casual writer. From 2015-2018 he operated a gallery in Los Angeles called VACANCY. He also serves as Director of Partnerships at Civitai. MFA CalArts 2014. Adler lives and works in Meridian, Idaho.
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