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


Residents
Yixuan Pan

Yixuan Pan

Yixuan Pan is an artist who was born and raised in the land of fish and rice, Hunan, China. To deal with issues of translation and communication as well as reimagining the western hegemony through a global outlook, her anti-disciplinary practice merges multiple media and modes of presentation such as installation, video, performance, lollipop making, music...
Jay Gould

Jay Gould

Jay Gould is a Baltimore based artist and educator whose work is work engages ideas of science and exploration fused with storytelling to create work that invites audiences to share a sense of discovery and a moment of curiosity. He has been dreaming of spaceships, wormholes, time travel and other paradoxes his entire life. Jay...
Lottie Sebes

Lottie Sebes

As a child, Lottie was confused that her friends wanted to play with Barbies. In her house, dolls and their disembodied parts were her father’s domain, along with broken kitchen appliances, Indian educational posters about personal hygiene, and hundreds of recorded VHS tapes of “very important” movies, recorded from TV. Lottie’s art draws on her...
Lonnie Holley

Lonnie Holley

Lonnie Holley was born on February 10, 1950 in Birmingham, Alabama. From the age of five, Holley worked various jobs: picking up trash at a drive-in movie theatre, washing dishes, and cooking. He lived in a whiskey house, on the state fairgrounds, and in several foster homes. His early life was chaotic and Holley was never...
SHAN WALLACE

SHAN WALLACE

SHAN is an award-winning photographer, artist, and freedom fighter from East Baltimore. Inspired by the service of social change and the social power of art, and harsh realities rooted in racial and economic divides during her upbringing in poverty, SHAN uses the lens to document communities of the African diaspora. Her work conveys and reveals...
Daniel B. Coleman

Daniel B. Coleman

Daniel B. Coleman (he/they) lives a life-project centered life that de-compartmentalizes his work as an artist, scholar, and organizer between the U.S. South (NC) and the Mexican South (Chiapas). Each of these elements are an integral part of who he is in the world. Daniel is an Assistant Professor in Women’s and Gender Studies at...
Jessica Gaynelle Moss

Jessica Gaynelle Moss

Jessica Gaynelle Moss is an artist, writer and entrepreneur. As an ardent advocate for artists, arts education and communities of color, in 2016 she founded The Roll Up, a national network of art incubators embedded in neighborhoods across the United States. Prior, she served as the Creative Director of the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African...
Poncili Creación (Pablo and Efrain Del Hierro)

Poncili Creación (Pablo and Efrain Del Hierro)

Poncili Creación is a Puerto Rican group that generates performance and audio-visual experiences that sprout from their interactive sculptures they call objects. They have focused their body of work in the relationship between objects and reality. Since 2012, they have worked with large-scale objects, installations, and video. Although they are most known for their performances that...
Seth Ferris

Seth Ferris

Seth Ferris is an artist and designer working across disciplines to critique power visible in urban infrastructure, finance, and cultural production. Using a variety of mediums his work forms a constellation of experimental lectures, media installations, software development and typography. He is currently a MFA candidate at the University of California at San Diego where...
Christine Rebhuhn

Christine Rebhuhn

Christine Rebhuhn earned an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2015 and a BA from Kalamazoo College in 2011. Her work considers the way that objects overlap, stretching a line of visual connection across disparate things. She brings together found, handcrafted and industrially fabricated objects that come from mundane American life, lifted away from...
anique vered

anique vered

anique vered is an artist-researcher working across affect theory, process philosophy, alter-economies and social practice. Aside from an ever-present penchant to a wild openness (yes, you are welcome to read that as an invitation for riotous yet sensitive conversation), she is currently interested in new social and economic forms and organizational gestures based on post-structuralist,...
Ayo Jackson

Ayo Jackson

Ayo Janeen Jackson is a candidate for an MFA in Performance Art at School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2018). She received her BFA at North Carolina School of the Arts and is a former member of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, Ballet Preljocaj, and the original cast of Spider-Man on Broadway. Jackson received a...