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


Residents
Megan Blythe Stewart

Megan Blythe Stewart

Megan Blythe Stewart is a theatre artist who creates solo and collaborative devised theatre, performative installations, and community-based theatre projects. She has a long-term fascination with (folk/outsider/visionary) art environment builders, hoarders and collectors. Through her work, she explores the transformations and accumulations that occur within theatre making and the lifelong processes of making oneself at...
Maria Molteni

Maria Molteni

Maria Molteni is a Nashville/Boston based multimedia & performing artist, educator & organizer. Her practice sprung from formalist roots in painting and printmaking and has grown to incorporate research, participation, and spiritual experimentation. From fiber to found-object sculpture, painting to movement, performance to publication, she employs tactile and tactical processes per their ability to manifest...
Charisse Pearlina Weston

Charisse Pearlina Weston

    Charisse Pearlina Weston is a Houston-based artist and writer. Her work focuses on the deconstruction and reconfiguration of language, representation, and history through the manipulation of various mediums including video, photography, and printed text. She has exhibited and performed in various venues including Project Row Houses, the Lawndale Art Center, and DiverseWorks, and has participated...
Antoine Williams

Antoine Williams

  Antoine Williams creates mixed media assemblage installations, paintings and collages, which are an investigation of identity, semiotics and social structures. Heavily influenced by speculative science fiction (specifically social science fiction and cosmic horror), hip hop, plus his rural working class upbringing in Red Springs, North Carolina, Antoine has created his own mythology of hybrid creatures...
Cosmo Whyte

Cosmo Whyte

  Cosmo Whyte is a Jamaican-born, trans-disciplinary artist who employs drawing, performance, and sculpture to create conceptual work that explores how notions of identity are disrupted by migration—particularly migration as an unfinished arc of motion whose final resting point remains an open-ended question. He situates his work in the liminal space between early culture shock and...
Jane Cassidy

Jane Cassidy

  Jane Cassidy is a multi-disciplinary artist from Galway, Ireland and is currently is currently Assistant Professor of Digital Media at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. In 2008 she earned a Masters in Music and Media Technologies from Trinity College Dublin and in 2014 a MFA in Digital Art from Tulane University, New Orleans. Cassidy’s primary...
Sheetal Prajapati

Sheetal Prajapati

  Sheetal Prajapati is an artist and educator, raised in Kentucky, educated in Chicago, and now living in Brooklyn. She’s currently Assistant Director for Learning and Artists Initiatives at the Museum of Modern Art (New York) but works across the field organizing, making and thinking with herself and others. Her creative practice explores notions of intimacy and...
Emma Rosenberg

Emma Rosenberg

Emma Rosenberg is a writer and educator, creating hybrid work that investigates the limits of language. A Boston native based in Miami, she is interested in the tension between fiction and truth. Her practice draws on archival research, documentary storytelling, and the politics of narrative form. She leaves things everywhere. Emma created A Meditation on Scatology during the Miami...

Patricia Margarita Hernandez

Patricia Margarita Hernández is a curator based in New York invested in collaborative art production and research. Hernández’s work focuses on climate change, coastal city development within a neoliberal schema and feminist theory. She is a member of Alliance of the Southern Triangle (A.S.T.), a platform for artists and architects focused on speculative urbanism and climate change. In...
Juana Valdes

Juana Valdes

Juana Valdes‘s artistic work is grounded in a multi-disciplinary practice that combines the process of printmaking, photography, sculpture and ceramic. An integral part of Valdes’s practice elicits migration as a complex process, constructing history through a continuum that involves both the homespace of the diasporic community and their new homeland. In her current work, Valdes...
Pioneer Winter

Pioneer Winter

Pioneer Winter is a Miami-based choreographer and performance artist – invested in physical theatre, contemporary dance, interdisciplinary collaboration, and transmedia. His collective provides a platform for risk-taking, progressive, and experimental arts initiatives. As producer, Pioneer directs LEAP (Leaders of Equality through Arts and Performance), a program for queer youth, and Grass Stains, a fellowship and...
Jessie Laino

Jessie Laino

Jessie Laino fascinates on the ambiguous nature of sense-memory, symbolic acknowledgment and recognition. She attempts to evaluate a city in terms of its economy, geography, industry, residence and salvage. Through her absorption of these characteristics, Jessie salvages what she can from her soundings to examine and conceptualize a universal connection and conversation between object, material,...