SAB 117 | firstname.lastname@example.org
From personal inquiries into memories of place, Kristy Childress investigates the ephemeral nature of “home” and how our human experience parallels with natural and man-made phenomena of the landscape.
SAB 125 | email@example.com
Althea Keaton primarily creates drawings, etchings, and comics. Her work explores a variety of topics including gender, time, space, identity, and emotion. Much of her work is autobiographical to some extent.
SAB 121 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Veronica Lavia is a writer, filmmaker, photographer. Through the manipulations of both textural and image based signifiers, Veronica attempts to deconstruct the multilayered fabric of contemporary society. Her creative work is a quest to unearth the hidden “magic” (forgotten memories of generations’ past) from the maze of technological mirrors. Nostalgia is one of the guiding themes that allow her reader/viewer to explore dis-remembered histories.
Clark 202B | email@example.com
Bibiana’s methodology is an attempt to break new ground, to ask questions. Her viewpoint is reflective with an innate ability to make divergent connections. Her aesthetic is rooted in poetry and cinema. In the end, she photographs because she never stopped inquiring. Her work has been shown internationally including Satellite (Art Basel Miami), Photoville and Athens Photo Festivals and Whitney Biennial 2017. Bibiana is also the founder of Pickled Press and co-editor of Fotofobia.
SAB 120 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Tareila is compelled by the ideal conditions needed by individuals and communities to actualize ideas, create a context, make, and come together.