Santina Amato is an interdisciplinary artist born in Australia to Italian immigrants. She has lived and worked in the USA since 2010. Her practice incorporates video, sculpture, installation, painting and photography and is deeply rooted in psychoanalytic thinking and feminist theory, attempting to translate the complexities of her own female sexuality, desire and erotica within a patriarchal system.Read More
Author, video artist and performer. With her dual philosophical and artistic training, Sandrine Deumier constructed a multifaceted poetry focused on the issue of technological change and the performative place of poetry conceived through new technologies. Using material from the word as image and the image as a word vector, she also works at the junction of video and sound poetry considering them as sensitive devices to express a form of unconscious material itself. The process of writing and the mobile material of the image function as underlying meanings of reflux which refer to the real flickering and to their reality transfers via unconscious thought structures. Her work consists mainly of texts, digital poetry, multimedia installations and audiovisual performances in collaboration with composers.Read More
After studying Photography and Media at the Fachhochschule Bielefeld, Germany, and the Bezalel Academy of Art in Jerusalem, Israel, Anna Wachsmuth worked with photographers and artist such as Daniel Josefsohn and Alexandre de Brabant in Berlin. In 2015 she started a Bachelor of Honors in Fine Arts at the Glasgow School of Arts which she finished this summer with a first class degree. She is the founder of Salon 16, a cross-disciplinary platform for the discussion on contemporary arts in relation to its social and political accountability, and self publishes little publications and fanzines such as "HalfHaiku".Read More
Nicasio Fernandez was born in Yonkers, NY. At a young age he found his love of cartoons, which continues to influence his work. He is best known for his thick, cartoon-like work permeated with themes of crude violence and slapstick humor.
In 2015 he graduated with a B.F.A from the School of Visual Arts where he was the recipient of the Fine Arts Award and the Chairman’s Merit Award. He has recently shown at Lesley Heller Workspace in “Young Frankensteins,” Field Projects in “Julie Spoke Softly Under Her Long Skinny Nose,” Stella Elkins Gallery in “Octotillo.” Nicasio currently lives and works in Yonkers and Mahopac, NY.Read More