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Ruth Burke is a Michigan-based interdisciplinary artist and works with livestock in her creative practice. A lifelong equestrienne, her initial experiences within the typically female-centric space of the barn cultivated a foundation for feminist, time-based work. Ruth works closely with Firesign Family Farm where she collaborates with farm animals, and their caretakers, to create works in video, performance, and installation. Ruth looks closely at the role of performative labor in maintaining these connections in our contemporary society.

RUTH BURKE

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Molly Kaderka in an interdisciplinary artist working across painting, printmaking, and drawing. Kaderka’s work is inspired by her deep interest in natural phenomena and in human and earth history. As an amateur astronomer and rock enthusiast, her research in Astronomy and Geology has led her to search out and observe moments in the natural world, like the night sky, as well as geological specimens and human artifacts, in order to translate them into compelling visual images.

MOLLY KADERKA

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Anne Yoncha is currently pursuing a Master of Fine Arts Degree at the University of Montana, where she creates installations based on plant physiology. 

ANNE YONCHA

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Larissa Garcia is a multidisciplinary artist who works in sculpture, text, photography and sound. Her research entails traces of migration, conscious predispositions and ethnographic association. She is currently residing and maintaining a studio in Miami, Florida.

LARISSA GARCIA

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Plascencia is a visual artist and educator whose creative work explores the constructive nature of identity, the conflict that individuals face building their identities, and the duality between domesticity and utilitarianism, personal and communal, and self and society.

GUSTAVO PLASCENCIA

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Ryan  Sarah  Murphy  is  a  visual  artist  living  and  working

in  New  York. Her  collage-based work  is  process-driven  and  incorporates  a  multi-disciplined approach  through  the use  of found  and  repurposed  materials.

RYAN SARAH MURPHY

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Allison Rowe is an interdisciplinary artist, educator, and researcher. Her artistic work attempts to re-personalize political discourses, exploring the possibilities that exist in this transitional process. 

ALLISON ROWE

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Jacklyn Brickman is a visual artist whose work aims to understand and explore the connections our bodies have to the environment through the lens of participation, with a focus on breathing and air quality. 

JACKLYN BRICKMAN

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Meghan Moe Beitiks works with associations and dissociations of culture/nature/structure.

She analyzes perceptions of ecology through the lenses of site, history, emotions, and her own

body in order to produce work that analyzes relationships with the non-human. The work

emerges as video, performance, installation, writing or photography depending on what arises

from her process of research and improvisation.

MEGHAN MOE BEITIKS

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Jeffrey Michael Austin is an multidisciplinary artist and musician based in Chicago. Austin composes situations characterized by instability, impermanence and illusion -- inviting from their visitors a consideration of the wonder and precarity of our shared environment and, in turn, an urgent sense of humility, openness and empathy toward all its inhabitants and unknowns. 

JEFFREY MICHAEL AUSTIN

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Justin Sorensen is an artist and educator based in central Ohio. Sorensen’s expanded studio practice explores perceptions of time, religion, history, and nature at the intersection and overlap of performance, sculpture, photography, and drawing.

JUSTIN SORENSEN

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Frances Lightbound is a British artist based in Chicago, who works between sculpture, installation and printmaking to pose questions around property, boundaries and access in the context of built environments. 

FRANCES LIGHTBOUND

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Corinne Teed is a research-based, multimedia artist working in printmaking, installation, time-based media and social practice. Her work lives at the intersections of queer theory, ecology, critical animal studies and settler colonialism. 

CORINNE TEED