Born in Mexico City, Harrsch has lived in several cities throughout the country, as well as Italy, Germany, and Brazil; for the past fourteen years she has lived and worked in New York City. She has been defined as a multidisciplinary artist, employing traditional mediums along with new media and technologies to articulate her concepts and interests.
Deborah Jack, (1970) is an artist whose work is based in video/sound installation, photography, painting and text. As a multi-media artist she engages a variety of strategies for mining the intersections of cultural memory, climate change while negotiating a global present.
For almost two decades, Trenton Doyle Hancock has been constructing his own fantastical narrative that continues to develop and inform his prolific artistic output.
Indira Allegra’s work explores memorial as a genre and a vital part of the human experience. Allegra re-imagines what a memorial can feel like and how it can function through the practices of performance, sculpture and installation.
Christiane Paul is Chief Curator / Director of the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center and Professor in the School of Media Studies at The New School, and Adjunct Curator of Digital Art at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Patricia Villalobos Echeverría, a professor at Western Michigan University, has a hybrid practice of prints, photos, installations and participatory projects that pivot around issues of migration, navigation, displacement and transformation.
Austin Ballard received his MFA in Sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design and BFA from the University of North Carolina in Charlotte, where he also served as an Assistant Professor in Textiles.
Cappy Counard creates jewelry and vessels that honor detail and interconnection. The content of her pieces reflect on memory, observation, potential and realization: what we notice, what persists, the things we hold and the things that hold us.
Marcia Lausen is Director of the School of Design at the University of Illinois at Chicago and founder of the Chicago office of Studio/lab.
James C. Watkins is a ceramic artist who has worked with clay for over 40 years. Watkins’ work has been widely exhibited in 40 solo exhibitions and 164 group exhibitions.