- SAMARA GOLDEN
- KEVIN BEASLEY
- RENATA LUCAS with curator KELLY KIVLAND
- TAYLOR DAVIS
- ALEXANDER PROVAN
Barb Smith (b. 1979) is a Brooklyn based artist born in Kokomo, Indiana. Her work exists in a wide range of media including photography, video, and sculpture and invites reflection on one’s relationship to the material world as navigated by and through the body. Solo exhibitions include Apperception at Purdue University and Unexpired Time at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Mesa, AZ. Smith was awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Sculpture (2011) and … Continue reading.
Over the past fifteen years, Lee Boroson has been best known for his room-filling inflated sculpture. These often-colorful sewn-nylon enclosures find inspiration in many sources from historic garden design and Hudson River School paintings, to the specific architectural details of their sites. Boroson's interest in architecture regularly finds form in descriptions of over-looked sections of buildings. His most recent work incorporates cellular and stellar formations, as well as weather conditions, that physically shift from micro to macro and vice … Continue reading.
Jenn Joy is a co-founder with Kelly Kivland of collective address, a choreographic research space in Brooklyn. Her book, The Choreographic, was published by MIT Press in October 2014 and she is a Contributing Editor in Dance for BOMB magazine and edited Planes of Composition: Dance, Theory and the Global with André Lepecki (Seagull Press, 2009). Her writing has been published in DANSE: An Anthology (Les Presses du Réel, 2014), DANCE (Whitechapel/MIT Press, 2012), BOMB, BOMBLOG, Movement Research … Continue reading.
Lane Myer received a BFA in Graphic Design from RISD. For the next thirteen years, he assisted sculptor Richard Fleishner on all aspects of collaborative, large-scale, site-specific public art works. In his studio Myer's interests are drawing, place making, furniture, and painted surfaces. Currently he works professionally on interior design projects.
Chris Sancomb was born in Winnipeg, Canada and raised in Louisville, Kentucky; he received his BFA in Sculpture from Rhode Island School of Design, and MFA in Sculpture from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Chris has taught and lectured throughout the country in sculpture, design, art education and creative practice. Prior to resettling in Rhode Island Chris also worked extensively in the field of sculpture as a mold maker, metal fabricator, architectural stone restoration and furniture design. … Continue reading.
Web Consultant and Tutor
Daniel is building a web platform for the sculpture department using all open-source components and is helping students to build online portfolios and increase their web presence.
Daniel Wiener grew up in Los Angeles County but has lived in or around NYC for close to thirty years. Daniel’s first show was at the Stephen Wirtz gallery in San Francisco, held shortly after his graduation from University of California at Berkeley. In 1982 Daniel was awarded a fellowship … Continue reading.