Artist Bios

Karlito Miller Espinosa

Karlito Miller Espinosa (b. San José, Costa Rica, 1989) is a conceptual artist who creates objects and composes installations informed by the direct relationship between capitalism and the structuring role violence plays in its preservation. Through an interdisciplinary practice that employs the artist as researcher and material as witnessMiller Espinosa’s intention is to unmask predatory Read More »

Sherrill Roland

Sherrill Roland was born in Asheville, NC, received both his BFA in Design and MFA in StudioArt from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Sherrill is an interdisciplinary artist and the founder of The Jumpsuit Project. His Socially Engaged Art project has been presented at Open EngagementChicago, Oakland City Hall and the Michigan School Read More »

Paul Rucker

Rucker is a composer, musician, visual artist who often combines media, integrating live performance, sound, video, animation, original compositions, storytelling and visual art. His work is the product of a rich interactive process, through which he investigates community impact, human rights issues, historical research, and basic human emotions surrounding particular subject matter. Much of his Read More »

Kaneza Schaal

Kaneza Schaal is a New York City based artist. Her original work JACK & showed in BAM’s 2018 NextWave Festival, Museum of ContemporaryArt Chicago, and with its co-commissioners Walker Arts Center,REDCAT, On The Boards, Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, and Portland Institute for ContemporaryArt. Schaal received a2019 United States Artists Fellowship, SOROS Art Migration & Public Read More »