Meng-Hsuan Wu's art is not only a way to record her insights into life but also a means for her to observe other people’s perspectives about being. How can changing a person’s life condition influence one’s sense of existence, both physically and spiritually?
Walker Tufts uses writing, art, and dialogue to explore collaboration, institutional forms, pedagogy, and landscape. From 2004-2007, Walker worked with spurse, then helped design, build, and run a restaurant & venue from 2007-2009, and graduated from James Madison University with a Masters in Studio Art in 2011. During summers from 2007-2011, Walker worked at Mildred’s Lane. In 2012, Walker worked as Communications Curator at Elsewhere, a museum inside a former thrift store, and did freelance work at Salt & Cedar. He currently works with Camp Little Hope.
Walker comes to Flux as a Utopia School Fellow for October, and a Fluxer through the end of the 2014. The photo below has been heroically rescued from Myspace. For more information on Walker’s Myspace, please click here.