Jayanthi Moorthy an Interdisciplinary artist best known for her ephemeral drawings made with materials like sand, rice flour and spices. In her work she constantly moves between the handmade and the digital; traditional and contemporary; permanent and impermanent; art and design. This stems from her rich background growing up in the east (India) and living
Daria Dorosh uses a mixed-media language of sculpture, textiles, and digital photography to reflect on the social construct surrounding the body and how it manifests itself in art, feminism and technology. She is an artist, educator, and a researcher with SMARTlab, University College Dublin. In 2007 she completed her PhD thesis, Patterning: The Informatics of
Monika Fabijanska is an art historian and independent curator based in NYC, who specializes in women’s art and feminist art. She originated the idea and provided curatorial consulting and institutional support for The Museum of Modern Art acquisition and retrospective exhibition of the feminist sculptor Alina Szapocznikow (2012); she consulted on WACK! Art in the
Estrellita Brodsky is an art historian, curator, and philanthropist. She received her PhD from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, concentrating on Latin American Artists in Post-War Paris.