Kristina uses her characters to live out grand adventures and to come to terms with strife. She craves to tell their stories through her animations.
The social and political climate of today is a point of critical examination and reflection in Sage’s studio practice, and her desire for representation motivates the imagery she creates.
Allison’s paintings derive from personal observations of everyday life that linger in her memory. Her use of exaggerated color and distorted figures and space references the altered reality of a remembered moment.
Madison is heavily inspired by the history of photography and the slow workflow of analog, darkroom, and alternative processes.
Tejas is interested in hands and clay and fire. He is inspired by the endlessly rich history of material human culture, which has been preserved the world over in fired clay objects.
Often described as poetic, Lansing’s photographs subtly blur the border between a documentation of reality and an emotional state.