Michael Lee

and is an accomplished and passionate performer. His work, both on the page and on the stage, seeks to evaluate our world from as many angles as possible.

Marc Willhite

Alumni – 2013 Marc Willhite Denver MFA: University of Minnesota, 2005 BFA: Colorado State University, 1994 Marc’s studio is overrun with colors and material, an orderly place where evidence remains of him juxtaposing color, line, and form, his go-to tools Exacto blades and Scotch tape. With a strong relationship to decorative pattern, he riffs off… Continue reading Marc Willhite

Katy Vonk

Alumni – 2013 Katy Vonk Vimeo (link) Minneapolis BFA: Minneapolis College of Art and Design, 2011 In her practice, Katy employs a schizophrenic use of tools, materials, and images with an assemblage of ideas generally focused on fracturing the mundane. Her ideas are not dictated by medium, but rather aim to manifest the world she… Continue reading Katy Vonk

Jess Hirsch

Jess works publicly and privately, making interactive sculpture that can be found in the home, alleyways, city parks, and on a frozen lake. She surveys the delicate nature of healing and is interested in translating alternative medicine into simple forms of experience.

Bianca Pettis

Bianca Pettis works in sound, performance, and sculpture, writing and illustration. Her work explores lost & found sounds, audience participation and play. She is one half of the sound art duo Beatrix*JAR, which for over eight years has spread the good word of DIY Music across the country with hands-on Circuit Bending Workshops, and live conceptual sound art performances.

Chad Rutter

tourism, and ranges from sculpture to drawing to photo-based books. Rutter collects artifacts over the course of his travels and builds for them interpretive display structures; taking his cues from pathways, kiosks and other structures in state and national parks as well as roadside attractions such as amateur museums and tourist traps.

Kelsey Olson

Kelsey Olson presently makes images that investigate the contact print. Beginning with a photographic surface, the prints are, say, rubbed with body lotion, exposed by lightning, or mixing silver gelatin printing processes with others. The effects render the prints painting-like: flat, stark, color field, patterns. 

Daniel Dean

public spaces, value, and social systems.
He often pursues collaboration that explores social relationships, participation, and issues of public and private space. Daniel has been an integral member of Floating Lab Collective since 2008.

John Fleischer

Over the last few years, Fleischer has drawn on transformation narratives to realize a series of speculative works that explore the relationship between notions such as impermanence and regeneration, immediacy and inaccessibility, growth and decay.

Lee Walton

Alumni – 2012 Lee Walton http://www.leewalton.com Greensboro, NC MFA: California College of the Arts Lee Walton’s interest in the subtle, everyday actions of public life leads him to projects like “Momentary Performances,” or “27 Piles of Shaving Cream.” Through the simple use of, say, Vinyl text installed in public space, or piling shaving cream sculptures… Continue reading Lee Walton