N0 ST0NES (Monroe Street & Wilder Alison), Virginia L. Montgomery, Aditya Mandayam (performed by Sean Lewis), Rafael Delacruz, Rebecca Watson Horn, Melissa Brown, Noel Anderson, Ron Ewert, Frank Haines, Clynton Lowry, Erin Leland & Mark Beasley, Miles Huston & Otis Houston Jr.
Clynton Lowry is an artist based in New York and Los Angeles. He is the creator and editor of Art Handler, the first publication to make the behind-the-scenes of the art world its focus. He is also the founder of Jobs.art, an international listings website for the art community. Lowry received his MFA in Painting from Yale School of Art and his BA in English from UC Berkeley. http://art-handler.com/ & https://www.jobs.art/.
Erin Leland is an artist, actor and writer and previously worked as the founding director of Bridget Donahue from 2015-2022. Her work has been included in group exhibitions at White Columns, New York; The Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, and Ewing Gallery at The University of Tennessee, among others. Her recent writings and interviews have been published in Scene Report through Dominica, INC., in the artist's book Saturated Manuscript by Pieter Slagboom, and through contributed arts writings to Cultured Magazine. She has recently held readings as part of the literary event series Hard to Read in New York and on Montez Press Radio. She received her Master of Fine Arts degree from The University of Illinois at Chicago in 2010 and has since held residencies at The Watermill Center, The Banff Centre, and The Villa Waldberta.
VLM (Virginia Luna Montgomery) is a metaphysical multimedia artist. Working across video, performance, sound, and sculpture, her artwork explores atomic consciousness and blends together mysticism, science, and autobiography. Her work is surreal, sensorial, and symbolic. It shifts in subject matter from stones to moths and machines as VLM deploys an idiosyncratic visual vocabulary of repeating gestures and recursive symbols like circles, holes, and spheres. VLM’s diverse artistic movements interrogate the complex relationship between physical and psychic structures via material experimentation and collaborative consciousness. She received her BFA from The University of Texas at Austin in 2008 and her MFA from Yale University in Sculpture in 2016. VLM has had solo presentations with New Museum (NY), Times Square Arts (NY), Museum Folkwang (Germany), Wright Lab at Yale University (CT), The Lawndale Art Center (TX), False Flag (NY), and Hesse Flatow (NY). She has also exhibited in group exhibitions at institutions including SculptureCenter (NY), La Panacée-MoCo (France), The Hessel Museum at Bard College (NY), The Banff Centre (Canada), Socrates Sculpture Park (NY), and Kunsthal Charlottenborg (Denmark), among others...
Wilder Alison is an American interdisciplinary artist and a 2016 graduate of the Bard MFA Painting program. In recent years, Alison has exhibited work with Gordon Robichaux, Gaa Gallery, Rachel Uffner, CUE Foundation, and 247365, among others. Recent solo shows include mirror air error hunger at Gaa Projects (Cologne), A Ripe Blackberry Murmurs to the Wall at FIERMAN (New York), the faucethe drain breach\ a new /ife a new /ife at Gaa Gallery (Provincetown), and Slit Subjects at White Columns (New York). Alison was a fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in 2016-17 and 2018-19, and has also participated in residencies at Triangle France-Astérides, Lighthouse Works, Fire Island Artist Residency, and Lower East Side Printshop, among others. Alison performs in collaboration with psychoanalyst and musician Monroe Street Schostal as N0 ST0NES, with recent engagements at Honey's, SUBLIMATION Projects, H0L0 NYC, CUE Foundation, and LaKAJE in New York. Alison is a 2022-23 fellow at Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Germany.