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S. Surface

S. SURFACE Statement Since 2010, S. Surface has been photographing and competing as a bull rider on the First Frontier, the designation given to the East Coast of the US by professional rodeo organizations. Over the course of their residency, Surface continued to attend these and other informal rodeo events, as well as visited farms, facilities, […]


Daniel Bejar

DANIEL BEJAR Statement I am interested in the politics of history and memory and the roles they play in geography, individual and national identity, and the collective memory. Through forms of public engagement, performance, and intervention, my work introduces new layers of information into familiar public spaces and social systems, revealing narratives of power while […]


Rodrigo Valenzuela

RODRIGO VALENZUELA Statement I construct narratives, scenes, and stories which point to the tensions found between the individual and communities. I utilize autobiographical threads to inform larger universal fields of experience. Gestures of alienation and displacement are both the aesthetic and subject of much of my work. Often using landscapes and tableaus with day laborers […]


Jessica Vaughn

JESSICA VAUGHN Statement My practice is directed by relationships and experiences in and outside of the studio. I create assemblages in my studio which I then photograph outside in urban environments.  The locations I chose to shoot at – former cement factories, dams and reservoirs became the readymade for the large backdrops of tourist destinations […]


Noritaka Minami

NORITAKA MINAMI Statement This series of diptychs were shot at the Maverick Concert Hall (1916), a historic structure in Woodstock, New York conceived in 1916 by the utopian community-builder Hervey White.  This rustic building in the forest is a unique space in which the interior of the hall interacts with the natural environment that surrounds […]


Mijoo Kim

MIJOO KIM Statement I explore the anxieties and sadness that come with the process of aging from a young woman’s perspective and the expectations that this process brings. This mediation entails challenging and important questions about gender roles and representations of women, myself included. I focus on clothing as my primary subject matter, tracing memory, […]


Wenxin Zhang

WENXIN ZHANG Statement Beast by the Waterfall Guesthouse is a non-linear photographic story which discusses the loss and rediscovery of estrangement and desire. When I was a kid, I fantasized the world as a sleeping beast by a waterfall, who was gigantic, bizarre, and quiet. I was able to imagine it as my secret friend, […]