The installations of artist Bang Geul Han lend material presence and agency to the private, technologically mediated narratives of women.
The landscapes of interdisciplinary artist and activist Patrick Hebert reconsider the ontology of the photograph and persistent myths underpinning Western cultural conceptions of the natural world.
Artist Devra Freelander creates sculptures that exist at the intersection of geology and technology, merging the sublimity of threatened polar landscapes with the palette of digital environments.
Media artist Katherine Bennett encodes darkened exhibition spaces with networked systems which respond to the presence of the inhabitant.
Artist Tra Bouscaren's immersive, waste-filled sculptural environments implicate the viewer in an economy of rampant production, consumption, and destruction.
Artist Cathy Hsiao communicates personal narratives of translocation through a visual poetry of rhythmic sculptural arrangements informed by traditional Asian textile arts and experimental musical composition.