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Jason Smalls

6 years ago, Jason Smalls skedaddled from the infamous Los Angeles to join up with the Flux circus, and hasn't looked back. As young schoolchums, Jason and Flux founder Morgan Meis (also an L.A. refugee) fought the laws of chaos…

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Meghan Scanlon

Born in 1974, Meghan Scanlon was raised in Connecticut and received her BA from Eugene Lang College (NYC, NY) in 1996. An award-winning visual artist, Meghan began exhibiting her work in 1995. In June 2000, her work was included in…

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MYU

  In addition to gallery exhibitions, MYU's work has been shown in bars, cafes, and salons around the world. Her most recent projects combine sight and sound through paintings that are performed in collaboration with live music, some of which…

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Jason Little

Brooklyn-based cartoonist Jason Little is the author of "Bee", the weekly "bubblegum noir" cartoon strip. In addition to suspense cartoons, he is also pursuing a series of experimental cartoons utilizing formal constraints. He has drawn narrative cartoons based on the…

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Alexis Lautier

Alexis is the architect of the crew, his input towards the mutation of the new Flux space is undisputbly essemtial. He is the more recent arrival of french talent, working day and night with our architectural compatriots at AUM Associates.…

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Nick Jones

Nick Jones grew up in Alaska, went to Bard College, and came to live in New York and be a stage director. For all practical purposes, he became a puppeteer. This is most acutely realized as part of the pirate…

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Andrea Huelse

Andrea is a San Francisco native and Flux Factory family member, arriving in New York City for graduate school after receiving her BA at University of California at Santa Cruz. The daughter of two parents involved in the arts, she…

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Austin Grossman

Austin Grossman born in Concord, Massachusetts in 1969, and grew up in the suburbs near Boston. He attended Harvard University, where he first became interested in writing fiction and drama, publishing in the Harvard Advocate, and writing and directing theatrical…

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Dana Gramp

A North Jersey native, Dana Gramp sought a higher education at Caldwell College, the University of Massachusetts, and finally at Smith College where she received a BA in Feminist Studies and Studio Art in May, 2001. Shortly after moving to…

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