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Sasha Wortzel

Sasha Wortzel uses video, photography, installation, sculpture, sound, and printmaking to explore how this country’s past and present are inextricably linked through resonant spaces and their hauntings. Raised in South Florida/Miccosukee and Seminole lands and based in New York City/Lenape lands, Wortzel specifically attends to sites and stories systematically erased or ignored from these regions’ histories. Tangled dynamics of desire and loss layered in the landscape and reverberating across time form a through-line in her work.

Sasha Wortzel has exhibited work at Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College, Portland; Brooklyn Museum, New York; and New Museum, New York, among others.

Simon Liu

Simon Liu is an artist filmmaker whose practice centers on the rapidly evolving psychogeography of his homeland of Hong Kong through material abstraction, speculative history, and subversion of documentary cinema practices.

Simon Liu has exhibited work at Whitney Biennial 2024, New York; Museum of Modern Art, Modern Mondays Solo Program, New York; and M+ Museum, Hong Kong, among others.

Sarah Zapata

Sarah Zapata is a Brooklyn-based artist and writer. Through large-scale handmade textiles, her practice explores themes of tradition, architecture, and queerness, using cloth to adorn the space to direct the body. Invoking an imagined sense of time, her site-specific works reflect her intersecting identities as a queer woman of Peruvian heritage raised in Evangelical South Texas and now based in New York.

Sarah Zapata has exhibited work at ASU Art Museum, Arizona; Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Missouri; and Barbican Centre, London, among others.

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