Elizabeth Larison is an interdisciplinary artist and sometimes-curator exploring overlaps of aesthetic and public engagement. Related interests include: political access and political facade; cross-sections of technology and humanity; practices of identity and recognition; and epistemological interrogations. She is based in Long Island City, NY.
Paul Kuniholm Pauper’s diverse artistic practice arises amidst issues such as consumerism, corporatocratic evolution, anthropological inquiry overlain popular culture, psychological therapeutic mechanisms, sound language, noise identity, compensatory behavior and durational Art, often in response to self-instigated antipathy toward social media and media distortion of identity. Paul Kuniholm Pauper’s studio process creates art embodying sculptural objects, wearable art intervention, location-categoric installation, video and as yet undefined time-based artwork that is exhibited in museums and other cultural venues internationally.