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Buzz Slutzky (they/them)

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Photo: Sarah Tricker

Slutzky participated in residencies at NARS Foundation in Brooklyn, New York and the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, Vermont. Their work has been exhibited at the Assembly Room, Gallery MC, the Leslie Lohman Museum of Art, and NARS Foundation, all in NY, as well as the Institute of Contemporary Art University of Pennsylvania, and the L.H. Horton Jr. Gallery at San Joaquin Delta College, California. They currently teach at SUNY Purchase College and work as a Museum Educator at the Leslie Lohman Museum of Art. http://www.buzzslutzky.com/

Slutzky’s essay film that uses nonfiction storytelling, documentary footage, and drawings of archival images from instructional manuals circa 1950s-1970s.

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Buzz Slutzky, Clothes Feelings

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Buzz Slutzky, My Surgery Story

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Buzz Slutzky, Religious Beliebs


 

Danny Greenberg (he/they)

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Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Greenberg has taken part in group exhibitions at Museum of New Art, Detroit, MI; Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, Delta College, Delta College Art Gallery and Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, all MI. He is a recipient of the Morris Horowitz Prize in Photography and Cranbrook Academy of Art’s Directors/Leadership Award, and has participated in residencies at Anchor Graphics, Spudnik Press, Jackson Art Center and Museum of New Art Detroit. https://www.dsgreenb.com/

Greenberg’s video project is informed by research conducted around social work, suicide prevention and mechanisms of the art world. It is composed into two performative lectures: one looking at the artist estates of individuals who have committed suicide, while the other chronicles the thorough networks of arts institutions in relation to trauma.

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Danny Greenberg, still from La Porte de l’Enfer - Desktop Performance

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Danny Greenberg, still from La Porte de l’Enfer - Desktop Performance

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Danny Greenberg, still from La Porte de l’Enfer - Desktop Performance


 

Kat Geng (she/her)

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Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Geng’s recent solo shows include those at The Royal Nonesuch Gallery and NIAD Art Center, both CA. She has also taken part in group exhibitions at Superchief Gallery NFT and Field Projects Gallery, both New York, NY; Center for Reconciliation, Providence, R.I.; SOMArts Cultural Center and The Luggage Store Gallery, both San Francisco, CA; and Sanchez Art Center, Pacifica, CA. Geng was a fellow at the Bronx Museum of Art and is the recipient of the Vermont Studio Center Grant and the Counterpulse Artist Activator Grant. Geng holds a B.A. in Art History from Bard College. http://www.katgeng.com/

Geng’s video project speaks to notions of place and belonging, highlighting puppets and their expressive nature while engaging in semi-collaborative approaches to storytelling and incorporating a multitude of perspectives.

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Kat Geng, still from Nieve Falls


 

Macon Reed (she/her)

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Photo: Lee Budahn

Reed has completed residencies and fellowships at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology, and the A.I.R Gallery in Brooklyn, New York. Reed’s work has been exhibited at Kate Werble Gallery, A.I.R Gallery,the Knockdown Center, PULSE NYC Special Projects, BRIC Arts Media, Spring Break, and the Abrons Art Center, all in New York; the Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts and the San Francisco Museum of Craft and Design, all in San Francisco, CA. https://www.maconreed.com/

Project Title: We Live on a Restless Earth

The series We Live on a Restless Earth, ties in research on historic plagues and their connection to social unrest and cultural changes, examines human relationships to grief and explores the development of new rituals that can utilize the transformation that comes from grief and loss.

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Macon Reed, Gymnasts (Still)

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Macon Reed, Letters to My Imagination (Work in Progress)

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Macon Reed, Letters to My Imagination (Work in Progress)


 

Nooshin Rostami (they/them)

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Photo: Katharina Poblotzki

Rostami has exhibited at BRIC Arts Media, Brooklyn, NY; Flux Factory and Queens Museum, both Queens, NY; California Museum of Photography - UCR ARTS and Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, both CA; and Jardines de Mexico, Tehuixtla, Mor., Mexico. She has participated in residencies NARS Foundation, BRIC Arts Media, and TIFA Working Studios, Maharashtra, India. Rostami received an MFA from Brooklyn College CUNY in NY. https://www.nooshinrostami.com/

Rostami’s new trilogy video project contemplates different philosophical and psychological notions of death and afterlife.

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Nooshin Rostami, Three Bardos

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Nooshin Rostami, Three Bardos

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Nooshin Rostami, Three Bardos


 

Zachary Fabri (he/him)

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Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Fabri has exhibited at the Annex Gallery in Huston, Texas, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art in Newark, New Jersey, Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, Galerie Open in Berlin Germany, the Studio Museum in Harlem, Ryan Lee Gallery, Rockland Center for the Arts, and Art in General, all in New York. Fabri has participated in residencies at Institute Electronic Arts in Alfred, NY; The Fountainhead Residency, Miami, FL and Smack Mellon in Brooklyn, NY. https://www.zacharyfabri.com/

Project Title: An Open Letter to My Sister

An Open Letter to My Sister is a multidisciplinary project inspired by James Baldwin’s letter to Angela Davis while she was jailed in 1970. Fabri’s project combines video, theatre, dance, and sound to create discourse on prison abolition.

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Zachary Fabri, still from Untitled (Canacada Creek audio recording with pants rolled up)

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Zachary Fabri, still from Mourning Stutter. Still credit: Rodrigo Valenzuela

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Zachary Fabri, still from Slit-scan, split-span, time displacement movement study or dodging bullets from police