Poyen Wang’s practice primarily takes the form of video and installation, exploring the themes of migration, subjectivity and time.
llesha Khandelwal lives and works in both Brooklyn, USA and Mumbai, India. Her work suggests a kind of psychology of geography – in the way the absence of a place becomes a presence, and suggesting what this may look like in the multiverse.
Claudine Zia holds a MA in Art History. She is a freelance writer and curator who works both independently and collaboratively.
PlayPlay is a DJ, producer, party organizer, professor, and all around music nerd from North Carolina.
Lexy Ho-Tai is an interdisciplinary artist who is interested in the intersection between art making and making the world a better place.
Stephen McLeod is an interdisciplinary artist based out of Toronto and Newboro Ontario. His work is collaborative, socially engaged and presented in shifting forms of interactive installation, performance and video.
Teng Teng is an artist from China, currently based in New York City. Her main project Microcosm Painting, an extensive series of miniature paintings, has been inspired by ancient Chinese hand scrolls from the Ming Dynasty.
Jaime Iglehart is a filmmaker and multimedia artist exploring questions of freedom, authority, and the process of film-making within the context of non-hierarchical collectivism.
She is the vice-president of the New Age Beverages corporation.
Jack Hogan is an artist and lapsed architect from Waterford, Ireland. He is based in New York and New Jersey. His work is about the everyday sadism and masochism that turns white boys into adolescents for life, the barely perceptible codes and aggressions.
Kyung-jin Kim (b. South Korea) inducts a sense of what cannot be known through sculpture and models, video projections, and interactive sound installations.
Monique Muse Dodd is a Maryland born, NYC based filmmaker and photographer. Her focus lies in both the shared and diverse experiences of people within the African Diaspora.
Cayla Lockwood is a Philadelphia-based artist and graphic designer working in a variety of media from gel pens to Doritos® crumbs.
Rhonda Lowry is the bookkeeper and administrative assistant at Flux Factory. She is a musician, artist and writer.
Jonathan Sims is a New York City based visual artist who originally hails from Texas. His visual arts practice is characterized by brightly colored geometric abstractions and simple, minimalist symbology that evokes language and universal, ancient design.
a Philippine born artist living and working in New York City whose work ranges from painting, performance and community-based projects
Maya Suess is the Managing Director of Flux Factory. She is a visual artist, educator and arts administrator. When not managing calendars, making lists and probing the depths of art and community with Fluxers she is making mischevious artistic entities of her own.
Sarah Dahlinger is interested in the complexities of social experiences, cultural idiosyncrasies and collective vices. Her work often pulls from specific venues that offer entertainment, distraction and escape in an effort to contemplate the relationship between moments of extraordinary circumstance and the inevitable return to day-to-day routine.
Seth Larson is a writer, performance artist and theater director from San Antonio, TX. His work focuses on the collaborative creation of performances, with an emphasis on Futurist and Surrealist themes.
Nat is the Executive Director at Flux Factory. He’s also a co-founder of Silent Barn’s Bushwick location, and is an audio collagist who published improvisations for many years at WFMU.
Danny Crump is a visual artist working primarily in sculpture, and a musician seeking to turn common melodies into unique visual experiences.