Through poetical analogies of nature and anthropogenic events, Rodrigo Ímaz's practice emphasizes the inadequacies of instrumental reason, while critiquing contemporary society by exploring the violent nature of the relationship between life and cycles of nature.
Sarah Witt is a skeptically serious and professional interdisciplinary artist working at the intersection of performance and non-performance. Sarah holds a Master of Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a B.F.A from Syracuse University. During her graduate studies, she was awarded grants from the MIT Council for the Arts and the Peter de Florez Fund for Humor, the Department of Architecture Tuition Fellowship and the Schnitzer Prize in Visual Arts. Sarah has participated in residencies at the Banff Centre, Elsewhere Collaborative and Hub-Bub, and in 2009 she produced Polymorphic Plastic Parade, a nationally touring eco-art installation.