Tara Tamaribuchi

May 21, 2024

Tara Tamaribuchi (b. 1975, California) earned a BA in Journalism from George Washington University, a BFA in Painting from Pacific Northwest College of Art, and an MFA from Lesley Art and Design. Tara joined Soil Artist-Run Gallery in 2023. In the last few years, she has exhibited locally at UW Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Method Gallery, […]

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Maya Nguyen

May 13, 2024

Maya Nguyen is a Vietnamese-Russian interdisciplinary artist with a focus on critical sound performance and diasporic making. She gathers speech fragments, urban recordings, body movements, migratory routes, sounds imitating nature sounds, and videos of daily encounters into performance lectures, sound installations, movement works, and videos. Her works expose power relations inherent in human interaction and […]

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Laura Luna Castillo

April 25, 2024

Laura Luna Castillo is a Mexican multimedia and new technologies artist and composer. Through convergences of time-based media, music, sculpture, and generative storytelling Luna explores personal and collective identities shaped by political and intimate spaces. With a passion for machines, generative narratives, and the complexities of memory, Luna Castillo has developed audiovisual performances, installations, and […]

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Adrienne Mackey

March 6, 2024

Adrienne Mackey is a multidisciplinary artist who explores the potential of performance and play. With her company, Swim Pony, she’s created works including Survive!, a 22,000 square ft choose-your-own-adventure installation exploring humanity’s place within the universe; Lady M, a feminist take on Macbeth; The Giant Squid, a “crypto-zoology-horror-comedy” performed in science lecture halls; and The […]

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Anna Homler

December 14, 2023

Anna Homler is a vocal, visual and performance artist based in Los Angeles. She has performed and exhibited her work in venues around the world. With a sensibility that is both ancient and post-modern, Homler sings in an improvised melodic language. Her work explores alternative means of communication and the poetics of ordinary things. She […]

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Jesse Minkert

November 27, 2023

Jesse Minkert’s work has appeared in about fifty literary journals including the Cream City Review, Confrontation, Mount Hope, the Floating Bridge Review, the Minetta Review, Poetry Northwest, Common Knowledge, and Harpur Palate. Thanks to Raven Chronicles, he is a 2016 Pushcart Nominee. Over twenty years he has written about fifty short radio stories that were […]

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Renko and Stuart Dempster

November 22, 2023

Renko Ishida Dempster. a.k.a. Suiren (Water Lily), artist name given to her by her father, was born and brought up in San Francisco, California. She inherited Japanese aesthetics and Buddhist philosophy from her parents. Upon moving from San Francisco to Seattle, Renko engaged in formal art studies at the (now defunct) Factory of Visual Art […]

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Robert Campbell

November 21, 2023

Robert Campbell’s body of work includes video art, digital media, multi-media performance, installation, and documentary film. Since 1984, his single-channel video art work has been exhibited at festivals and exhibitions in the U.S., Europe and Japan. For the past 30 years his new media, installation and digital print work has been featured regionally and nationally […]

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Jim Pridgeon

November 21, 2023

Seattle artist Jim Pridgeon has over 25 solo shows to his credit. His artwork has been displayed in museums, galleries as well as public spaces across the nation. Jim has received both private commissions and commissions to work on design teams to develop Percent-for-Art public art projects. He has been awarded many national and local […]

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Lisa Hutton

November 21, 2023

Lisa Hutton is a media artist working primarily in digital imaging, net.art, sound, and text. Hutton uses the internet as a venue for low-technology interventions which critique assumptions of truth, gender, and technology. Her work has been exhibited in diverse venues including the 5th and 7th New York Digital Salons,LA Freewaves at MOCA Los Angeles, […]

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