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Ligel Lambert

Ligel Lambert is an American (Haitian born), New York based interdisciplinary contemporary artist, educator, graphic & web designer. His practice now consists mainly of paintings, collages, and mixed media works. Ligel’s work engages with an on-going exploration of issues of identity, (consideration the idea of “self”) and pop culture that examining the intersectionality of race, …

Margrethe Aanestad

Margrethe Aanestad is a Norwegian-born artist (1974), living and working in Brooklyn, NY and Stavanger, Norway. Aanestad studied fine arts at the Rogaland Art College and graduated with a BA from the University of Stavanger in Culture&Art Management (2000). She works in drawing, painting and sculpture, and has exhibited internationally at galleries including Tiger Strikes …

Drawn Together Orientation

If you would like to contribute to this project, please watch the orientation video and complete this intake form. Drawn Together will facilitate the creation of updated organizational bylaws through the work of Anaïs Duplan, Maia Chao, and Yxta Maya Murray for Cuchifritos Gallery on the Lower East Side of New York City. Drawn Together …

Drawn Together

Etymology of contract: “drawn together:” via Old French from Latin contractus, from contract (“drawn together, tightened”), from the verb contrahere, from con (“together”) + trahere (“draw”). MEMO Part I: Introduction             This memo sets forth the objectives and strategies of “Drawn Together,” an exhibition that will facilitate the creation of updated organizational bylaws through the work of Anaïs Duplan, Maia Chao, and Yxta Maya …

Ani Liu

Ani Liu is a research-based artist working at the intersection of art and science. Her work examines the reciprocal relationships between science, technology and their influence on human subjectivity, culture, and identity.  With every technology and scientific development, our plastic subjectivity goes through modifications and expansions. As an artist, I live in this plasticity, exploring the …

Daniel Mantilla

Gate. Acrylic on Paper. Approximately 96”x 120”. 2018 Daniel Mantilla is a Colombian-born, New York-based artist who approaches pictorial space in terms of enclosure and accumulation. His practice consists of paintings, prints, drawing/collages, and cut-outs motivated by ideas of transition and instability.  His work has been exhibited in Colombia, Spain, and the US including the …

Kuldeep Singh

Kuldeep Singh is a multidisciplinary artist – integrating myriad performative elements from his intensive training in Indian classical dance form of Odissi, to a robust visual art practice. Which often incarnates in installation setups, and dioramas through hypnosis of immersion. Components of his plural practice comprise short experimental films, paintings in various sizes and muslin …

calling@sweeneyshoal

Go to project GitHub siteDownload press release and recommended reading Playing in vast worlds, lovingly rendered jungles ofcycads and palms. The swelling itchy racket of cicadas. Teams self-organised on tribal loyalties: Vermillion, Jade, Tanzanite. Belisarius’ hippodromerefracted through cyberculture wars of the 2ndmillennium. Gaming non-stop, we genuinely happy.Soylent, drink ’til yer sick, just press the greenpaddle. …

Asia Sztencel

Asia Sztencel is a first-generation Polish immigrant, a Brooklyn-based artist. Sztencel is inspired by the role of the artist in the community, emphasizing sensitivity, and a respectful approach. Through conceptual practice and traditional craft, her work offers a personal exploration within the larger narrative of the immigration experience. Highlighting the landscape as a narrative, dissecting …

A Light Without Shadow

As we confronted the immense upheaval caused by the pandemic—challenges to our concept of borders, disruption of civic life, failure of leadership, devastation of our truly vulnerable communities, confrontation of our visible and invisible systems—we turned to our community of alumni with a simple request: what might be the larger (perhaps less overt) implications of …