Video Jam is based out of Manchester, UK. Their live event series seeks to explore the relationship between moving image and sound.
Danielle Freakley is an Australian born artist based in Perth/Melbourne. Her performances change daily social communication and relationships, exposing historical and lurking private projections and subtexts.
Carla "Kiki" Freiha is Executive Director at aec USA, a nonprofit organization serving marginalized communities in Lebanon, a passionate permaculturalist and now taking lead on Flux's edible greenhouse project.
Oksana Mironova was born in the former Soviet Union and grew up in Coney Island, Brooklyn. Flux Factory is excited to have Oksana working here as a Cultural Equity & Organizational Sustainability Fellow, under the Column Shifting program.
Gezi Cao is a writer and artist based in NYC. Her work spans a broad array of media—text, animation, water color, oil painting, and ceramic—that focuses on one central theme: the different ways that people experience loneliness.
Ashley Yang-Thompson gave up baking, mopping, and hula-hooping for pictures and bad poetry.
Razan AlSalah is a Lebanese-Palestinian media artist and cinematographer living and working between Beirut, Philadelphia and New York. She is a Fulbright scholar and MFA candidate at Temple University.
Chiang Kai-chun is a photographer and experimental film maker who combines anime and painting in his work. Based between Taiwan and France the artist explores the relationship between identity and travel.
Macon Reed works in sculpture, installation, video, radio documentary, and participatory projects to explore notions of belonging, the limits of optimism, and play as ritual transcendence from frameworks of evolving queer and feminist discourses.
Firoz Mahmud (b. Khulna) was based in Tokyo and now in New York. He was at the Rijksakademie Van Beeldende Kunsten, did MFA from Tama Art University, PhD on Fine Arts from the University of the Arts in Tokyo, Japan. He works on installation, photography, painting and mixed media.