Masternak´s work oscillates mostly between sculpture and drawing and it is presented in site-specific arrangements, that intend to evoke a mood rather than telling a story.
María Lucía Varona, also named after 'lulu', is a Puerto Rican artist currently living in New York City. She practices embroidery since childhood with her grandmother-grandteacher.
Flux Factory's Accessibility Fellow, Lizzy De Vita’s work occupies a constellation of mediums, including performance, text, sound, drawing, installation, video and sculpture.
Deloris Igworia is a first generation American poet, writer, musician, designer etc built by two Nigerian immigrants and all the truths that come along with this
Rory Fitzgerald Bledsoe is a conceptual artist and curator who focuses on themes of intimacy, queer identity, digital labor and surveillance in the post-smartphone age.
Nova Scott-James is a filmmaker, artist and creative coach from Harlem, NYC. Her work honors improvisation, altered states of consciousness, ritual and collaboration.
Daniel Fishkin’s ears are ringing. Composer, sound artist, and instrument builder, Daniel’s lifework investigating the aesthetics of hearing damage has received international press.
Kalon Hayward regularly collaborates with renowned theatre artist in the New York City area. As an actor, singer, performance artist he has performed throughout the United States, Africa, and Europe.
Wieteke Heldens is based in The Hague and New York. She makes obsessive drawings and paintings that employ mathematical formulas as the starting point but channel feelings, thoughts and emotions.
Amir Badawi works primarily in sculpture, drawing, and painting. His artwork centers on themes of tension, play, and the spaces of uncertainty that pervade the personal, social, and metaphysical realms.