Emi Nishiwaki cuts short clips of live performances that cannot be recreated (singular characteristics) using video and photography as a means to capture and reproduce them (producible characteristics). She then transforms these images into an installation, so that the audience can experience the 'singular characteristics' at that specific place and time.
Cameron Granger grew up in Cleveland, Ohio alongside his mother, Sandra, inheriting both a love of soul music, and a tendency for apologizing too much. A 2017 resident of the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, his work explores his place in, and role as a product of American media. His most recent projects include “Ten Toes Down” at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, and “Pearl” an exhibition of collaborative works made alongside his mother at Ctrl+Shft gallery in Oakland.