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Piercing the Cultural Whiteness: Empathy and Survival Through the Lens of Silvia Abisaab

Silvia Beatriz Abisaab’s practice is one of reciprocity, giving care and attention to her subjects. She uses photography and video...

Damali Abrams Shares Self-Healing Strategies as a Radical Act of Resistance

Damali Abrams is a Guyanese-American artist whose work engages with self-help as a radical means towards self-healing in response to...

Michelle Lee Examines Familial History Through the Process of Photography

Michelle Lee is an artist who primarily works in photography and written forms as a way to extrapolate on specific...

Dominique Carella Questions Identity Constructs By Reclaiming Language

Dominique Carella is a recent graduate of the University of California, Santa Cruz, where she received her Bachelor’s degree in...

Victoria Martinez Highlights the Energy of Urban Sites Through Pattern, Color, and Site-Specificity

Victoria Martinez brings attention to urban environments that are often overlooked through vibrant fiber installations, that create moments of chance...

Enzo Antonio Moscarella Examines Cultural Assumptions Through Satirical Simplification

Enzo Antonio Moscarella is an artist originally from Miami. He has since split his time between Miami, Boston where he...

Jacquelyn Carmen Guerrero (Re)discovers Her Afro-Caribbean Roots through Spirituality and Ritual

Jacquelyn Carmen Guerrero (a.k.a. CQQCHIFRUIT) is a DJ, musician, performer, and visual artist based in Chicago. Guerrero has performed and...

Melissa Leandro Constructs Narratives of Hybridity Through Experimental Textiles

Using process as metaphor, Melissa Leandro explores her composite identity and misplaced memories by translating her collages, photograms, and drawings...

Carlos Ortiz-Gallo on Memory and Loss in Immigrant Narratives

Carlos Ortiz-Gallo is a Peruvian-born and American-raised artist who utilizes methods of collage, printmaking, and photography to create work that...

Maya Grace Misra on decentering American emblems and iconography

Maya Grace Misra’s work rejects the idea of a singular American experience, offering a rich and pluralistic alternative. Using familiar...