May to June 2019
100 Greyrock Pl, Stamford, CT 06901

Rhea Cheng (MFA Fine Arts, Parsons School of Design): Rhea will present recent work teasing subtle yet provocative poetries from mundane found materials. Discussing her practice, Rhea compares her experience of the world to a kaleidoscopic lens of visual poetry, where shifting vantages reveal the intricate, often hidden networks that thwart and compel our daily lives.

Shuyi Cao (MFA Fine Arts, Parsons School of Deisgn): Shuyi will discuss how her work integrates biology and technology to challenge conventions of knowledge production.

Luisa Valderrama (MFA Sculpture, Pratt Institute; BFA Painting and Drawing, University of Los Andes; BA Art History, University of Los Andes.): NYC-based artist Luisa Valderrama grew up moving between a ranch in a rural region of Colombia and the city of Bogota. Her work reflects an exploration of how her urban life coexists with her rural customs.

Jenifer Wightman (MS Environmental Toxicology, Cornell University; BS Cell Biology, Carnegie Mellon University.): NYC-based artist Jenifer Wightman is a working scientist and conceptual artist. Her work engages the intersections of climate change and the carbon economy.