Eirini Oraiopoulou works within the fields of urbanism, social, and cultural studies, with a focus on the local-global dialectic and the contemporary city.
In his body of work, Philip Emde investigates the question of how to “cope with everyday life,” and creates cyclical series of work using screen printing and etching techniques.
Anastasios Logothetis (1979) is a spontaneously re-occuring guest at Flux Factory and multidisciplinary artist who shares his time between Stockholm and New York.
Sarah Witt is a skeptically serious and professional interdisciplinary artist working at the intersection of performance and non-performance.
Filippos Oraipoulos is an architect, theoretician, and historian, who has studied mathematic logic and the philosophy of knowledge. He has spent the last fifteen years focused on poetical theory in architecture and art.
Christine Laquet’s anthropological research takes the form of sculptures, photographs, films and paintings, in which the natural world and wildlife meet the artifice at the crossroads of mythological and natural history.
Mille Højerslev Nielsen (born 1987 in Copenhagen, Denmark) is a freelance writer, curator and a hard core aesthete.
Alex Nathanson is an artist working with video, computer programing, installation, and performance. His work has been presented internationally at both DIY art spaces and established venues. He performs live video work, occasionally under the moniker Grey Matter, in collaboration with Man Forever, Vernous, and Dylan Neely.
Trained as an interactive designer at NYU Tisch, Castro is an artist and designer looking to combine his background in art, technology and design to imagine playful experiments that explore healthier and sustainable lifestyles.
Carina is an arts worker, educator, and is Flux Factory’s Residency Coordinator. She was first introduced to the arts nonprofit world at Omi International Arts Center, where she grew up teaching visual arts and theater in the Children’s Education Program.
Shona is an Australian filmmaker, arts worker, graphic designer, and Flux Factory’s Administrative Assistant. Her films involve the physical, alchemic, and sculptural manipulation of original and found images to create abstract animations.
Corinna Kirsch is a curator and critic, and Flux’s Development Assistant. When she’s not working on grants for Flux, she’s working on the annual benefit and silent auction. Every week, she blogs for Art Fag City and The L Magazine’s blog The Measure.
Soda_Jerk is an Australian two-person art collective that works with found material to trouble existing formulations of cultural history. By strategically reimagining historical trajectories, the artists are concerned with producing counter-mythologies of the past that open new possibilities for the present.
Aliya Bonar makes installations, sculptures, costumes, and events that connect people through providing a playful and purposeful place to explore.
Lena Hawkins creates image-based works that re-enact rare and other non-circulating materials. She practices analog techniques including producing prints, films, and microfilms in an effort to preserve and re-construct fabricated entities. Her favorite topics of conversation are unsolved mysteries, recreational vehicles, and products that are out of production.
Christina Vassallo has been involved with Flux Factory since 2010 and was appointed Executive Director in June 2011. She also has organized projects for a variety of non-profit and for-profit venues through her curatorial platform Random Number.
Jason Eppink engages in public space magic, open source scheming, moving image mischief, photon reappropriation, and linguistic subterfuge.
His doings have been seen worldwide because they’re all on the internet. Also they’ve been seen worldwide in galleries.
Douglas Paulson is an artist, arts worker, and teacher who sees each of these as pillars of his practice. He chooses to work collaboratively, intervening in public, social, and cultural spaces. He is part of the international three-person group Parfyme, a member of New York City’s open collective Flux Factory, where he runs the residency program.
Georgia is a curator, administrator, and artist, and she is also Flux Factory’s Press & Curatorial Fellow. Her work includes but is by no means limited to urban exploration and remapping, psychogeography, gender, tiny things, religious architecture, and “inventive baking.”
A musician, artist, and builder. “My first time at the Flux Factory was when White Limo, my heavy metal band, played at their prom in 2005. We broke their new stage on the first chord of our first song. Shortly thereafter, I found myself working on the Flux show: NOVEL: a living installation. It turned out I would become a frequent collaborator, and at times a muse.