Mitchell D. Sickon November 6, 2007 admin Fluxers, Past Mitchell D. Sickon enjoys writing and reading. He can be close-mouthed, however. Share ThisTweetSharePlus oneShare Related Posts Video Jam: Paul Evans, Sarah Hill, Shereen Perera & filmmaker Scout Stuart Video Jam is based out of Manchester, UK. Their live event series seeks to explore the relationship between moving image and sound. Jackie Lay Jackie Lay is a retired resident of Flux Factory and was featured in the Opolis… Theodoros Stamatogiannis Theodoros is researching how architecture can create sculptural objects questioning the boundaries between architecture and sculpture, interior and exterior space, private and public.