Maggie Nelson is the author of five books of nonfiction and four books of poetry. Her most recent book is The Argonauts, a work of "autotheory" about gender, sexuality, sodomitical maternity, queer family, and the limitations and possibilities of language (Graywolf Press, May 2015). Her 2011 book of art and cultural criticism, The Art of Cruelty: A Reckoning (W. W. Norton), was featured on the front cover of the Sunday Book... Read More →
Danielle Dean was born in Alabama to a Nigerian-American father and a British mother, and raised in government housing in Northwest London. Her multimedia often examines, appropriates and recreates various interior spaces that resemble details from environments of her youth. Dean creates video pieces that provide observational and often sardonic insights on American culture filtered through her distinctly global perspective. Her video... Read More →
Harry Dodge (also known as Harriet "Harry" Dodge) is an American sculptor, performer, video artist, and writer, whose interdisciplinary practice is characterized by its explorations of materiality, the unnamable, legibility and orientation, with a special focus on continuum and the "in-between." Dodge’s solo and collaborative work has been exhibited at many venues nationally and internationally, including “Made in L.A.&rdquo... Read More →
Mariah Garnett mixes documentary, narrative and experimental filmmaking practices to make work that accesses existing people and communities beyond her immediate experience. Using source material that ranges from found text to iconic gay porn stars, Garnett often inserts herself into the films, creating cinematic allegories that codify and locate identity. Garnett holds an MFA from Calarts in Film/Video and a BA from Brown University in... Read More →
Dylan Mira is women liminally Los Angeles and on the Internet. It is the Art Institute of Chicago School Video BFA and UCLA she holds a MBA in new genres. His work has been exhibited in nature- this site, the Los Angeles Nomadic Division, Chicago Underground Film Festival, depressed and magazines, the Institute of Contemporary Art and including the preservation of the artist Anthology Film on display posting normal a wide screen space.
Tyler Oyer holds an MFA from CalArts. He works in performance and video, and has recently performed or presented work in New York City, Oslo, London, Miami(Basel), and Bergen Kunstall. In 2013, his multimedia performance piece “100 Years of Noise: Beyoncé is ready to receive you now” was featured in the New Original Works Festival at REDCAT in Los Angeles.