Elsewhere is a museum and artist residency set in a 3-floor, former, thrift store. With people and things, we build collaborative futures.


2013
Bridget Beck

Bridget Beck

Bridget Beck grew up in South Dakota where she soaked in the plains and the sky until graduating from Augustana College in 2000 with a BA in English and Art.  She then spent some time at Franconia Sculpture Park in MN as an intern in 2001.  After finishing the internship, she went East and worked...
Michelle Marie Murphy

Michelle Marie Murphy

Michelle Marie Murphy creates photography and video art about beauty “tools” and the idealization of beauty in the United States.  This work takes place in the form of large-scale photos and videos of the applications of make-up, exercises, or macro photography showing the tactility of the products themselves.  Murphy’s practice is influenced by Third-Wave Feminism (or...
Jeannette Petrik

Jeannette Petrik

Jeannette Petrik considers design as an opportunity for public empowerment and skill sharing, as a tool for everyday political engagement. Behind the production and consumption of objects lies a fundamentally subjective use value, be it of a cultural, ideological, political or other personal nature. This, she explores through her practice. Petrik sees the role of the...
Jazz Leeb

Jazz Leeb

Jazz Leeb is a Visual Artist from San Jose, California whose work examines certain metaphysical truths by focusing on forces of creation, growth, transcendence and death. He investigates the space between spaces as a way to see into things, past the surface where possibility exists and new structures unfold. Through his process he plays with...
Dao Nguyen

Dao Nguyen

Dao Nguyen is a Vietnamese American artist based in Chicago and a recent MFA graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Working through performance, writing and installation, she creates participatory situations that reflect upon ontology, epistemology, and subjectivity through play. She has shown work at Hyde Park Art Center, Sullivan Gallery, Carousel Project Space,...
Emma Reaves

Emma Reaves

Emma Reaves is a writer and performance artist from Brooklyn, NY. She is a co-artistic director for The NY Neo-Futurists who’s long-running and critically acclaimed show “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind” brings affordable and innovative experimental theatre to the East Village every weekend. Emma has worked with PS122, La Mama Experimental Theatre, and...
Casey Middaugh

Casey Middaugh

Casey Middaugh is an immersive experience designer from Seattle, WA. Her work frequently has elements of games and theater, and endeavors to evoke and engender strong emotions. Casey’s work has led her to found a company that helps people organize their posessions when they find that they are getting in the way of their enjoyment of...
sleeper

sleeper

sleeper (born 1987 in Miami, Fl) is an interdisciplinary artist with an emphasis on sculpture and installation. His work draws lines between relationships. It calls on the false realities created to cope with societal constraints, sometimes masked, layered, stitched or intangible. He received his BFA in sculpture from New World school of the Arts with...
Marin Abell

Marin Abell

Marin Abell‘s itinerant practice is fueled by a desire to en/joy his environment and culture through entanglement; his goal is to beguile communities in ways powerful enough to sustain attention and deliberate reflection. He is inspired by the shape shifting trickster who walks the boundary between the imaginary and the real, and erases the distinction...
Production Intern | Rosalynn Cannon

Production Intern | Rosalynn Cannon

Nikita Gale - Southern Constellations Fellow

Nikita Gale – Southern Constellations Fellow

Nikita Gale is a self-taught conceptual artist who holds a BA in Anthropology (Archaeological Studies) from Yale University. She has exhibited in numerous shows in Atlanta, Georgia; Santa Fe, New Mexico and New York City, New York. She was an Artist-in-Residence at The Center for Photography at Woodstock in Woodstock, New York in 2011 and...
Sarah Ann

Sarah Ann

Sarah Ann is an artist who explores domestic architecture, shapes formed around us, by creating sculptures, shapes formed in front of us. Utilizing materials such as tile, plaster, lumber, wallpaper, and latex paint, she makes abstract forms that speak to the intimate spaces where much of our lives are spent. She is currently living in...