Category Archives: Performance

Jake Vogds – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do.  My mind, body, and work are overwhelmed with an anxious yet critical excitement toward the spectacle of consumption. As a queer white American male millennial split by the art, pop, and virtual worlds I … Continue reading

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Eileen Tull – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do.  I create performance work in the form of storytelling, theatre, spoken word, comedy, solo shows, or performance art. I explore themes of feminism, body image issues, seeking joy, and addiction (to substances, to technology, … Continue reading

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Valerie Constantino – Sacramento, California

Briefly describe the work you do.  My artwork develops through material and media investigations in relation to personal and global concerns. I work in a range of forms including assemblage, installation, performance and writing. Tell us about your background and … Continue reading

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Elodie Abergel – Jerusalem, Israel

Briefly describe the work you do. My artistic work is contextual art, a type of art committed to serving mankind. I feel like what I call an “artivist” because I chose to create art and to live in Jerusalem and … Continue reading

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Endam Nihan – Syracuse, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. I split time between curatorial efforts and my own practice, both of which focus on live or recorded performance for the camera. Most of this also is centered around thinking about how video itself … Continue reading

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Sujin Lee – Seoul, Korea

Briefly describe the work you do. I work with text, video and performance, exploring the way in which different cultural and linguistic systems affect the performative actions of language.  My experience of moving to the U.S. from Korea and learning … Continue reading

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Elodie Abergel – Jerusalem, Israel

Briefly describe the work you do. My artistic work is contextual art, a type of art committed to serving mankind. I feel like what I call an “artivist” because I chose to create art and to live in Jerusalem and … Continue reading

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