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Elizabeth DeCoste
Elizabeth DeCoste

Life Studies and Printmaking/Publications

Elizabeth DeCoste

“My thesis project "Specufabula” explores Western knowledge systems found in scientific and museological histories. The term "Specufabula" references a neologism posed by Helen Palmer in her article “Speculative Taxonomies”. It refers to... More

Kristjan Buckingham
Kristjan Buckingham

Augmented Reality

Kristjan Buckingham

“Tentacular is a nonlinear interactive exploration of the agential capacity of media and the potentialities of speculative works, conveyed through a fictional narrative using AR-passthrough with a VR headset. Each pathway functions not as a branch... More

Seiji Williams
Seiji Williams

Graphic Design

Seiji Williams

“What can I say? I'm simply obsessed with graphic design. ”

Evgenia Mikhaylova
Evgenia Mikhaylova

Interdisciplinary Sculpture/Installation

Evgenia Mikhaylova

“In a meaning-seeking journey, the most valuable experience can be the process of sharing it. ”

Kylie Robson
Kylie Robson

Illustration

Kylie Robson

“Set in the near future, “Dead Men Tell No Tales” follows the story of three survivors who, while awaiting rescue, discover that they are not human, but are instead androids whose lives and experiences have been entirely manufactured for the purpose... More

Camille Gan
Camille Gan

Graphic Design

Camille Gan

“I like it when niche topics and design crash into each other ”

Sasha Shevchenko
Sasha Shevchenko

Cross-disciplinary installation

Sasha Shevchenko aka. Lyusterko

“Any origin starts with an act of creation - a sweeping of thread, a linking of name and body, an installation, a setting up of something. Origin is not perfect, nor is it static. We are all carriers of origin stories, even as we move - granular and... More

Bisma Iqbal
Bisma Iqbal

Photo Journalism / Interdisciplinary Artist

Bisma Iqbal aka. Bisma Jay

“Exploring the depths of my intersectional identity as a queer Pakistani person living in the diaspora. My work aims to engage the audience in heartfelt conversation and creating representation for queer and trans BIPOC community all over the world. ”