Anika Todd is a site-based sculptor/media artist who investigates landscape and ownership through acts of trespass.
Li-Ming Hu (b. Aotearoa/New Zealand) is an interdisciplinary artist formerly based in Chicago. Often employing a carnivalesque sensibility, her work engages with the imperatives of our high performance culture, and the relationships between cultural production and the construction of subjectivities. Negotiating boundaries is a constant endeavor – between appropriate and inappropriate types of performance and appropriation, performance and documentation, tragedy and comedy, success and failure, art and life.
She has an MFA from the Art Institute of Chicago and held residencies at the Wassaic Project and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture.