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Mimi K Tohill

Mimi K Tohill (she/her) is a “cultural organizer” in residence. She dreams of being a policy-maker, but for now will settle for finding the sweet joy in doing things “for the sake of the future.”
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HANA MIRE

Somali independent filmmaker Hana Mire studied at the New York Film Academy in Abu Dhabi. She is directing and producing her first feature length documentary,
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Ev Zverev

Ev Zverev is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work focuses on the duality of profound and profane. Ev in Japanese (絵武) means artist-samurai and it is pronounced like EVerything.

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Hunter Creel

Hunter Creel is an artist whose practice revolves around his unique access to the multi-verse in attempt to discover, collect, observe new forms of technology, information, energy, and resources.
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Flux Thursday: August 2019

Thursday, August 8thDinner 7pmPresentations 8pmFree and open to the public Let us know you’ll be coming on FB and invite your friends!This event is free but please do bring food or drink to share! This event will take place in…

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Tse Fei

Tse Fei is a conceptual artist and a secondary school Visual Arts teacher. Tse believes that the possibility of a man and his art should be unlimited.
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Cameron Granger

Cameron Granger grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, inheriting both a love of soul music, and a tendency for apologizing too much. His work explores his place in, and role as a product of American media.
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Tzu-an Ko

Tzu-an Ko is Concerned about popular culture and the conflict between personal identities and social values. She invites audiences to contemplate with different perspectives, to think about the relationships between people and the robots of existential labor.
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TALK BACK Convening Audio

For the visual version of the Exhibition information, visit the Talk Back website. TALK BACK is supported by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.
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