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MEET THE ARTISTS

ELISE PETERSON

Elise Peterson is a multidisciplinary visual artist analyzing how identity interacts with varying sociopolitical factors.

Her work is centered on storytelling and reinterpreting the past in the framework of the evolving notions of technology, Blackness, and cross-generational narratives.

 

Her works have been shown at the Contemporary Art Museum of Baie Saint Paul, Quebec; Symposium International D’Art Contemporain De Baie-Saint-Paul; and public murals spanning Manhattan Bridge.

The artist is also the co-founder of Cool Moms, a podcast focused on millennial motherhood. Her writing has appeared in Paper Magazine, Elle, and Lenny Letter amongst others.

Elise Peterson is a multidisciplinary visual artist analyzing how identity interacts with varying sociopolitical factors.

Her work is centered on storytelling and reinterpreting the past in the framework of the evolving notions of technology, Blackness, and cross-generational narratives.

 

Her works have been shown at the Contemporary Art Museum of Baie Saint Paul, Quebec; Symposium International D’Art Contemporain De Baie-Saint-Paul; and public murals spanning Manhattan Bridge.

The artist is also the co-founder of Cool Moms, a podcast focused on millennial motherhood. Her writing has appeared in Paper Magazine, Elle, and Lenny Letter amongst others.

JACOLBY SATTERWHITE

Jacolby Satterwhite’s conceptual practice confronts issues such as labor, consumption, sexual preference, and fantasy though vibrantly immersive installation, virtual reality, digital media, sculpture, paitning, illustration, photography, writing, dance and performance.

 

Citing queer theory, modernism, video games, Vogueing, memory, mythology and his late mother’s drawings as references, Jacolby’s work has been presented in the Museum of Contemporary in Chicago, Foundation Louis Vuitton in Paris, New Museum, Public Art Fund, San Francisco Museum of Art, and the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia amongst others.

His pieces are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki, Museum of Modern Art New York, Studio Museum in Harlem, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. He was awarded the United States Artist Francie Bishop Good & David Horvitz Fellowship in 2016. He received his MFA from the University of Pennsylvania.

Jacolby Satterwhite’s conceptual practice confronts issues such as labor, consumption, sexual preference, and fantasy though vibrantly immersive installation, virtual reality, digital media, sculpture, paitning, illustration, photography, writing, dance and performance.

 

Citing queer theory, modernism, video games, Vogueing, memory, mythology and his late mother’s drawings as references, Jacolby’s work has been presented in the Museum of Contemporary in Chicago, Foundation Louis Vuitton in Paris, New Museum, Public Art Fund, San Francisco Museum of Art, and the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia amongst others.

His pieces are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Helsinki, Museum of Modern Art New York, Studio Museum in Harlem, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. He was awarded the United States Artist Francie Bishop Good & David Horvitz Fellowship in 2016. He received his MFA from the University of Pennsylvania.

JILLIAN MAYER

With wry humor and a sense of lively energy, Jillian Mayer explores identity in the Internet age and the divide between reality and virtual reality, in drawings, photographs, installations, performances, videos, and a “meta-pop music” collective, #PostModem. Social media platforms are integral to her work, in which she evokes the vibe of the social media zeitgeist. The mindless appearance of the Miami-based artist’s work belies their fraught questions about the relationship between humans and technology.

Jillian's work has been shown at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, the Bass Museum of Art, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Perez Art Museum, MoMa P.S.1, Russia’s National Center for Contemporary Art, the Farnsworth Art Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, and the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin.

With wry humor and a sense of lively energy, Jillian Mayer explores identity in the Internet age and the divide between reality and virtual reality, in drawings, photographs, installations, performances, videos, and a “meta-pop music” collective, #PostModem. Social media platforms are integral to her work, in which she evokes the vibe of the social media zeitgeist. The mindless appearance of the Miami-based artist’s work belies their fraught questions about the relationship between humans and technology.

Jillian's work has been shown at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, the Bass Museum of Art, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Perez Art Museum, MoMa P.S.1, Russia’s National Center for Contemporary Art, the Farnsworth Art Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, and the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin.

JOB PISTON

Job Piston, born in Detroit, is a visual artist based in New York who organizes Special Projects at Performa, the non-profit live visual arts organization in New York City. At Performa, he has co-organized projects with Derrick Adams, Tania Bruguera, FlucT, Richard Kennedy, Barbara Kruger, Special Offer Studio, and James Welling as well as events with Discwoman, Downtown4Democracy, LSDXOXO, NAR, Oscar Nñ, Venus X amongst others. His first solo museum project was featured at the California Museum of Photography at the University of California Riverside. He has had solo exhibitions at Jessica Silverman Gallery and has been included in group exhibitions at Artists Space, Asia Song Society, Charlie James, The Chelsea Hotel, MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Roberts and Tilton, Anthony Spinello and more. Piston holds an MFA from the University of California Los Angeles and a BFA from the California College of the Arts in San Francisco.

Job Piston, born in Detroit, is a visual artist based in New York who organizes Special Projects at Performa, the non-profit live visual arts organization in New York City. At Performa, he has co-organized projects with Derrick Adams, Tania Bruguera, FlucT, Richard Kennedy, Barbara Kruger, Special Offer Studio, and James Welling as well as events with Discwoman, Downtown4Democracy, LSDXOXO, NAR, Oscar Nñ, Venus X amongst others. His first solo museum project was featured at the California Museum of Photography at the University of California Riverside. He has had solo exhibitions at Jessica Silverman Gallery and has been included in group exhibitions at Artists Space, Asia Song Society, Charlie James, The Chelsea Hotel, MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Roberts and Tilton, Anthony Spinello and more. Piston holds an MFA from the University of California Los Angeles and a BFA from the California College of the Arts in San Francisco.

CHARLAP HYMAN & HERRERO

Charlap Hyman & Herrero, is a Los Angeles/New York-based architecture and design firm that takes a fully integrated approach to conceptualizing and executing spaces in their totality. Principals Adam Charlap Hyman and Andre Herrero lead a practice that considers all aspects of the built environment, from site plan to furniture. Working in various typologies – including buildings, set designs, stores and houses – CHH endeavors to consider divergent art forms and the experiences of multiple senses.

 

CHH's principals have been featured in Forbes Magazine's "30 Under 30" and the firm ranks among PIN–UP’s “New Power Generation,” Architectural Digest’s “Architects and Artists You Need to Know Now,” and Sight Unseen's "American Design Hot List." CHH was selected to participate in the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial and won the annual competition hosted by the Miami Design District to design innovative holiday decor for the neighborhood. In 2018, CHH launched a line of fabrics, rugs and wallpapers with the furnishings company F. Schumacher & Co.

Charlap Hyman & Herrero is a Los Angeles / New York based architecture and design firm that takes a fully integrated approach to conceptualizing and executing spaces in their totality. Principals Andre Herrero, AIA, and Adam Charlap Hyman, whose backgrounds are in architecture and interior design, lead a practice that considers all aspects of the built environment, from site plan to furniture. Working in various typologies – including buildings, set designs, retail spaces and private homes – CHH endeavors to consider divergent art forms and the experiences of multiple senses. Their aim is to create spaces that become worlds unto themselves, with gesamtkunstwerk at the core of the firm’s objective.

 

CHH's principals have been featured in 2018 Forbes Magazine's "30 Under 30", and the firm ranks among PIN-UP Magazine's "Power Generation", Architectural Digest’s “Architects and Artists You Need to Know Now”, Sight Unseen's "American Design Hot List", and AN Interior’s annual top 50 list.



For this site-specific installation, CHH inserted a sequence of portals lined with light into the entry of Flutter. The output of the LED tubes is in constant flux such that no two experiences or representations of the space are alike. Drawing on a contemporary Los Angeles vernacular and executed with essential construction materials that visitors will recognize from the surrounding built landscape, the qualities of space and light created here become an architectural portrait of the city.

KATIE STOUT

Katie Stout is a Brooklyn-based multi-media artist/furniture designer who describes her playfully subversive work as “naïve pop.” Joyfully colorful, the underlying message of her practice is a commentary on the melodrama of family household life.

 

Her “Bedroom Curio” exhibit at Design Miami in 2015 became the backdrop for a Barney’s Rick Owens campaign, shot by Juergen Teller. Her pieces have been shown at the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara. She is in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Katie is in a group show at Deitch in LA this spring.

In 2017, she was a part of the prestigious Forbes “30 Under 30.” Katie earned her BFA from RISD, where she received the Charlotte Perriand Award and taught spring 2017.

Katie Stout is a Brooklyn-based multi-media artist/furniture designer who describes her playfully subversive work as “naïve pop.” Joyfully colorful, the underlying message of her practice is a commentary on the melodrama of family household life.

 

Her “Bedroom Curio” exhibit at Design Miami in 2015 became the backdrop for a Barney’s Rick Owens campaign, shot by Juergen Teller. Her pieces have been shown at the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara. She is in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Katie is in a group show at Deitch in LA this spring.

 

In 2017, she was a part of the prestigious Forbes “30 Under 30.” Katie earned her BFA from RISD, where she received the Charlotte Perriand Award and taught spring 2017.

LAIA CABRERA

Laia Cabrera is a critically recognized filmmaker, video artist, multimedia creator, merging cinematic arts, dance, music, theater, digital and interactivity. A recipient of many awards including the 2016 Silver Telly Award for best Direction AVA and Telly awards for best Animation, Documentary and Art Direction; NYIT award for Best Art Production in 2015 and 3-time nominee for Outstanding Innovative Video Design and winner of the Kodak & Color Lab Award for Best Cinematic film for Under Influence. She is also the recipient of the several grants, including KrTU Creators, Cultura i de les Arts (CONCA), NYC Council on the Arts, and DC Commission for the Arts and Humanities among others.

 

Her work includes traditional and experimental filmmaking, virtual theater and immersive video mapped site-specific installations presented worldwide and commissioned by major institutions. Her last works were presented in Times Square, Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), St John the Divine Cathedral, Nuit Blanche DC, La Mama, Dixon Place, Time Center at the New York Times, Art all Night DC, Georgetown Glow, PBS’s American Masters and Tempietto di Bramante, Rome, Italy.  She is currently the artistic director of LAIA CABRERA & CO, co-founded with French animator Isabelle Duverger, a team of visual artists producing a wide range of multimedia projects. 

Laia Cabrera is a critically recognized filmmaker, video artist, multimedia creator, merging cinematic arts, dance, music, theater, digital and interactivity. A recipient of many awards including the 2016 Silver Telly Award for best Direction AVA and Telly awards for best Animation, Documentary and Art Direction; NYIT award for Best Art Production in 2015 and 3-time nominee for Outstanding Innovative Video Design and winner of the Kodak & Color Lab Award for Best Cinematic film for Under Influence. She is also the recipient of the several grants, including KrTU Creators, Cultura i de les Arts (CONCA), NYC Council on the Arts, and DC Commission for the Arts and Humanities among others.

 

Her work includes traditional and experimental filmmaking, virtual theater and immersive video mapped site-specific installations presented worldwide and commissioned by major institutions. Her last works were presented in Times Square, Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), St John the Divine Cathedral, Nuit Blanche DC, La Mama, Dixon Place, Time Center at the New York Times, Art all Night DC, Georgetown Glow, PBS’s American Masters and Tempietto di Bramante, Rome, Italy.  She is currently the artistic director of LAIA CABRERA & CO, co-founded with French animator Isabelle Duverger, a team of visual artists producing a wide range of multimedia projects. 

ISABELLE DUVERGER

Isabelle Duverger is an award-winning New York based French illustrator, animator and projection mapper, working in the US and Europe. Her work has been featured in documentaries, theater productions, feature films and public art. She has been working alongside Laia Cabrera for the past decade on the creation of site-specific immersive video and sound installations, multimedia shows and interactive pieces. She is a three-time New York Innovative Theater Awards nominee for Outstanding Innovative Design and NYIT award winner with New Stage Theatre Company for Outstanding Performance Art Production for “Night.” Her work has been presented in renowned venues such as Spring/Break Art Show 2018, Summer Stages in Central Park, Times Square Plaza and St John the Divine Cathedral, La Mama, Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), New York, Nuit Blanche-Art All Night and Georgetown Glow, Washington DC, Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain, Tempietto Di Bramante, Roma, Italy. 

Isabelle Duverger is an award-winning New York based French illustrator, animator and projection mapper, working in the US and Europe. Her work has been featured in documentaries, theater productions, feature films and public art. She has been working alongside Laia Cabrera for the past decade on the creation of site-specific immersive video and sound installations, multimedia shows and interactive pieces.

 

She is a three-time New York Innovative Theater Awards nominee for Outstanding Innovative Design and NYIT award winner with New Stage Theatre Company for Outstanding Performance Art Production for “Night.” Her work has been presented in renowned venues such as Spring/Break Art Show 2018, Summer Stages in Central Park, Times Square Plaza and St John the Divine Cathedral, La Mama, Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), New York, Nuit Blanche-Art All Night and Georgetown Glow, Washington DC, Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain, Tempietto Di Bramante, Roma, Italy. 

LEAH GUADAGNOLI

Leah Guadagnoli creates imaginative sculptural paintings that blend intelligent postmodernism that reference vintage found textiles, a bit of Art Deco, Memphis, and 80s. While she harkens to the past, the artist creates a decidedly fresh sensibility and palette. Known for her use of candy colors, playful patterns, graphic shapes, and a blend of textures, her work offers whimsy and seriousness at once. The handmade nature of her practice is strong as is her allusion to age-old gender stereotypes.

Her latest show at Asya Geisberg Gallery received rave reviews from the New York Times. And she has been featured in Art News, Hyperallergic, Cultured Magazine, New American Paintings, and Maaker Magazine. She has been awarded fellowships and residences from Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY; Lighthouse Works, Fishers Island, NY; Tilleard Projects, Lamu, Kenya; and more. She is the founder of the Maple Terrace Artist Residency and Mentorship Program and lives and works in upstate, New York

Leah Guadagnoli creates imaginative sculptural paintings that blend intelligent postmodernism that reference vintage found textiles, a bit of Art Deco, Memphis, and 80s. While she harkens to the past, the artist creates a decidedly fresh sensibility and palette. Known for her use of candy colors, playful patterns, graphic shapes, and a blend of textures, her work offers whimsy and seriousness at once. The handmade nature of her practice is strong as is her allusion to age-old gender stereotypes.

 

Her latest show at Asya Geisberg Gallery received rave reviews from the New York Times. And she has been featured in Art News, Hyperallergic, Cultured Magazine, New American Paintings, and Maaker Magazine. She has been awarded fellowships and residences from Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY; Lighthouse Works, Fishers Island, NY; Tilleard Projects, Lamu, Kenya; and more. She is the founder of the Maple Terrace Artist Residency and Mentorship Program and lives and works in upstate, New York

LIZ COLLINS

Liz Collins is a Brooklyn-based artist who draws from the materials, processes and techniques of fiber and textile media. Known for dynamic patterns, optics, layered textures, environmental wonder, the artist’s sculptures, furniture, and installation practice oozes a vivid cosmic sensibility.

 

Her work has been shown at the Tang Museum New Museum, Museum of Arts and Design, Museum of Modern Art New York, the Museum of FIT, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, the Knoxville Museum of Art, and the Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art.

Liz is a Queer Art Mentor and in the Open Sessions program at the Drawing Center in Manhattan.  

Liz Collins is a Brooklyn-based artist who draws from the materials, processes and techniques of fiber and textile media. Known for dynamic patterns, optics, layered textures, environmental wonder, the artist’s sculptures, furniture, and installation practice oozes a vivid cosmic sensibility.

 

Her work has been shown at the Tang Museum New Museum, Museum of Arts and Design, Museum of Modern Art New York, the Museum of FIT, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, the Knoxville Museum of Art, and the Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art.Liz is a Queer Art Mentor and in the Open Sessions program at the Drawing Center in Manhattan.  

SAYA WOOLFALK

Saya Woolfalk is a New York based artist who uses science fiction and fantasy to re-imagine the world in multiple dimensions.  With the multi year projects No Place, The Empathics, and ChimaTEK, Woolfalk has created the world of the Empathics, a fictional race of women who are able to alter their genetic make-up and fuse with plants. With each body of work, Woolfalk continues to build the narrative of these women's lives, and questions the utopian possibilities of cultural hybridity. 

 

She has exhibited at PS1/MoMA; Deitch Projects; Contemporary Art Museum, Houston; Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati; the Brooklyn Museum; Asian Art Museum, CA, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; the Studio Museum in Harlem; the Frist Center for the Visual Arts; The Yerba Buena Center; The Newark Museum; Third Streaming; MCA San Diego; MoCA Taipei; and Performa 09; has been written about in the New Yorker, Sculpture Magazine, Artforum, Artforum.com, ARTNews, The New York Times, Huffington Post and on Art21’s blog; and has also worked with Facebook and WeTransfer.  Her first solo museum show The Empathics was on view at the Montclair Art Museum in the Fall of 2012.  Her second solo museum exhibition ChimaTEK Life Products was on view at the Chrysler Museum of Art in the fall 2014.  She recently completed a new video installation commission for the Seattle Art Museum, and is a recipient of a NYFA grant in Digital/Electronic Arts.  She is represented by  Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, NYC and teaches in the BFA and MFA programs at Parsons: The New School for Design. 

Saya Woolfalk is a New York based artist who uses science fiction and fantasy to re-imagine the world in multiple dimensions.  With the multi year projects No Place, The Empathics, and ChimaTEK, Woolfalk has created the world of the Empathics, a fictional race of women who are able to alter their genetic make-up and fuse with plants. With each body of work, Woolfalk continues to build the narrative of these women's lives, and questions the utopian possibilities of cultural hybridity. 

 

She has exhibited at PS1/MoMA; Deitch Projects; Contemporary Art Museum, Houston; Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati; the Brooklyn Museum; Asian Art Museum, CA, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; the Studio Museum in Harlem; the Frist Center for the Visual Arts; The Yerba Buena Center; The Newark Museum; Third Streaming; MCA San Diego; MoCA Taipei; and Performa 09; has been written about in the New Yorker, Sculpture Magazine, Artforum, Artforum.com, ARTNews, The New York Times, Huffington Post and on Art21’s blog; and has also worked with Facebook and WeTransfer.  Her first solo museum show The Empathics was on view at the Montclair Art Museum in the Fall of 2012.  Her second solo museum exhibition ChimaTEK Life Products was on view at the Chrysler Museum of Art in the fall 2014.  She recently completed a new video installation commission for the Seattle Art Museum, and is a recipient of a NYFA grant in Digital/Electronic Arts.  She is represented by  Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, NYC and teaches in the BFA and MFA programs at Parsons: The New School for Design. 

TOWN AND CONCRETE

Cyril Lancelin draws from his 15 year-long experience as an architect to create monumental structures that are immersively experiential, inviting viewers to examine their relationship to large-scale environmental forms. Bright bursts of color, often geometric and made of inflatables, Lancelin’s large-scale public art works have been exhibited globally, from Governor’s Island in New York, Hangzhou, China, and London to Normandy, Paris, Dubai, and Los Angeles. The artist lives and works in Lyon, France.

Cyril Lancelin draws from his 15 year-long experience as an architect to create monumental structures that are immersively experiential, inviting viewers to examine their relationship to large-scale environmental forms. Bright bursts of color, often geometric and made of inflatables, Lancelin’s large-scale public art works have been exhibited globally, from Governor’s Island in New York, Hangzhou, China, and London to Normandy, Paris, Dubai, and Los Angeles. The artist lives and works in Lyon, France.