ROSA MENKMAN is an artist and theorist who focuses on visual noise artifacts, resulting from accidents in both analogue and digital media.
MALCOLM LEVY explores the future practice of photography in abstracting the methods and expressions within the history of the form.
CARLA GANNIS’S work examines the narrativity of 21st century representational technologies and questions the hybrid nature of identity.
JAMIE ZIGELBAUM employs light, computation, and industrial design to create interactive sculptures to understand the relationship between information structures and the human organism.
DANIEL TEMKIN makes images, programming languages, and interactive pieces exploring our inherently broken patterns of thought and the clash between human and algorithmic thinking.
MARISA OLSON’S interdisciplinary work reflects abiding interests in the cultural history of technology, the politics of participation in pop culture, and experiences of gender.
RICK SILVA is an artist whose recent videos, websites and images explore notions of landscape and wilderness in the 21st century. Silva produces 3D renders as prints, moving image and installation work.
FAITH HOLLAND is an artist and curator whose practice focuses on gender and sexuality’s relationship to the Internet. Her works range from installation to web-based formats such as animated GIFs.
LORNA MILLS’S practice includes obsessive Ilfochrome printing, obsessive painting, obsessive super 8 film & video, and obsessive animated GIFs incorporated into restrained off-line installation work.
PHILLIP DAVID STEARNS’S work is centered on the use of electronic technologies and electronic media to explore dynamic relationships between ideas and material.
ROLLIN LEONARD’s work is rooted in crude but systematic studio photography. His practice includes large-scale video installations, photographic prints, and web-based work.
A BILL MILLER has exhibited and screened his abstract ASCII drawings, animated GIFs, web browser-based compositions, and videos nationally and internationally.