Multi-media and oft (accidentally) an installation artist with a working practise on mental health, specifically with an autobiographical focus on anorexia and borderline personality disorder. Recent Fine Art graduate from Liverpool School of Art and Design currently undertaking my first international residency at the Arts, Letters & Numbers Institute in NY.
Maria Negulescu received her BFA from Mass Art in Boston with a concentration in printmaking in 2000. She has worked a lot in different print studios in Italy, Holland, Spain and still does projects from time to time in Berlin. In 2013 she did get the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant to attend Byrdcliffe in Woodstock NY. She is completing a book of 13 animal screen prints and hopes to publish it this year.
Neba is a multidisciplinary researcher and designer. She is of paternal Tatar and Turkish, and maternal Albanian and Circassian descent.
Anthony Anaya’s work explores the boundaries between two and three dimensions and employs a diversity of materials and methods.
Suzanne Dittenber is a visual artist from Indianapolis, Indiana. Suzanne received her BFA from Columbus College of Art and Design and her MFA from the University of New Hampshire.
Nathalie’s work is an exploration of the unperceived spaces in mundane objects.
Julia Rose Sutherland is a recent graduate from the Alberta College of Art and Design. She is an interdisciplinary artist who works in a large range of mediums such as large-scale sculpture, video, painting and textiles. Julia’s practice deals with ideas of place, identity, perception and family dynamics. Her most recent work deals with issues about drug addiction and mental health.
Kristín Rúnarsdóttir (b. 1984) is a visual artist living and working in Keflavik, Iceland. She holds an M.A. from Bergen Academy of Art and Design, and a B.A. in fine art from the Iceland Academy of the Arts. Recent solo exhibitions include prik/ strik/ at the Living Art Museum, Reykjavik in 2015 and ‘Leikfléttur / Strategies at Reykjanes Art Museum, Keflavik in 2014.
Seeking inspiration in rules and organization, she bases her work on signs and markings associated with various areas where color and line are used to define spaces, ranging from playgrounds and sports stadiums to airfields, roads and parking areas. Another aspect of her artistic practice deals with the subject matter of travel and the experience of moving through natural landscape and built environment.
Using clean-cut visual imagery that straddles the institutional and cold on the one hand and the personal and playful on the other, she creates complicated installations - often using tape to make line-drawings on floors and walls and integrating wooden constructions and painted sticks that are spread around exhibition spaces.
I practice direct contact with simple materials and domestic processes for sublime ends. My paintings are places of improvisation and polarity. They are also translucent habitations for light. Skin-like and vulnerable, they bleed. Working with colour as a sentient phenomenon facilitates painterly regenerations of spaces and things by leading them beyond their fixed boundaries. These contemplative and/or quirky attempts at animism are indebted to dead romantics and modernists. They furnish utopian longings for a thriving culture of human experience