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Lexy Ho-Tai

Lexy Ho-Tai is an interdisciplinary artist who is interested in the intersection between art making and making the world a better place.
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Stephen McLeod

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.
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Teng Teng

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.
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Jaime “Idea” Iglehart

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.

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Martha Naranjo Sandoval

Martha Naranjo Sandoval is a New York-based filmmaker and visual artist from Mexico City. Her work focuses in the materiality of image; in the difference between how time is portrayed in moving and still image; and in how images gain significance culturally. 
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Jack Hogan

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…

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Kyung-jin Kim 

Kyung-jin Kim (b. South Korea) inducts a sense of what cannot be known through sculpture and models, video projections, and interactive sound installations.
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Monique Muse Dodd

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.
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Chen An-An

Chen An-An is a sculptor and installation artist based in Taiwan. Through making art, she explores ways of expressing loss and reconsiders how gender/sexual discrimination in Taiwanese society is rendered invisible.
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