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.
Ethan Kiermaier makes videos and performances and installations and situations. He is a DJ, a carpenter, a shade tree mechanic, a producer and a karaoke host. His work is magical realism in the round with relational tendencies.
Bibiana is a cross-disciplinary artist who uses installation and new media to interrogate ideas of democracy and globalization. Their work has been shown at Benaki Museum, Athens Greece (2015) and the Satellite Art Show, Miami FL (2016 & 2017); their work has been included in projects that have been exhibited at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York NY (2017), MoMA PS1, Queens NY (2015) and Petzel Gallery, New York NY (2017) and has been reviewed in the Hyperallergic, ArtFCity and Feature Shoot. Bibiana is an MFA candidate at University of Massachusetts - Amherst, founder of Pickled Press and co-editor of Fotofobia.
My work explores media culture through tactics of intervention and misuse. The ways in which a baseball game can feel like a distantly familiar dream; how we might find ourselves empathizing with an actor in an ad; reclaiming noise as cultural artifact—I am interested in the psychological underpinnings of the mediated experience. Projects resolve as installations, site-specific displays, and collaborative events, and are designed malleably to fit different kinds of environments.
Emily Tareila enacts and facilitates multi-sensory, place-based and relational practices with the core tenants of sustainability, empathy, curiosity, generosity and care. She is compelled by the ideal conditions needed by individuals and communities to actualize ideas, create a context, make, and come together.
Classically trained as a commercial photographer and instructor for 27 years, Paul Teeling is using his time here to focus on multimedia art, exploring light, space, and the human condition.