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


2017
Franky Cruz

Franky Cruz

Franky Cruz is a multiplidisiplinary artist working in all mediums currently living in Miami, FL. Born in the Dominican Republic and raised by wolves in Hialeah, FL, Cruz received a BFA in painting at the New World School of the Arts in Miami in 2011. Cruz was a resident at the HomeBase Project in Berlin (2012), and...
Michèle Fandel Bonner

Michèle Fandel Bonner

Michèle Fandel Bonner got a BA in Pre-Art Therapy from The University of Massachusetts in the 80’s, then dropped out of sight. She never stopped making but resurfaced in 2013 and started showing her work to the public. She is a multi media artist looking for beauty and meaning in the detritus of daily life; she...
Mike Nourse

Mike Nourse

Mike Nourse moved from Canada to study movement in America, the home of the free. He is interested to see how people navigate life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Nourse creates work towards a more perfect union for people of all kinds, at all times, in all places. Nourse is currently in residence at Elsewhere.
Alexander Hernandez

Alexander Hernandez

Alexander Hernandez loves using scrap fabrics, remnants of unfinished projects, personal belongings, found objects, and traditional textiles. He sews, paints, embroiders, layers and patches these mediums together using traditional needlework and DIY punk crafting techniques. His work explores gender expectations, cultural assimilation, Queer affinity, immigrant diaspora, gentrification, and navigating multiple identities. He received his BFA (2007)...
Dorothy Melander-Dayton

Dorothy Melander-Dayton

Dorothy is originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico. She received her BA cum laude in Visual Studies from the University of Pennsylvania in 2011, and her MA in Performance Design and Practice from Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London in 2014. She works as a freelance theatre designer as well as with the production...
Tim Fite

Tim Fite

My name is the gentleman with itchy legs, and I am Tim Fite‘s former roommate. Tim asked me to write this artist statement, because he is too chicken shit to write his own statement, and he thinks we are friends. We are not friends. He was counting on me to write nice things about his...
Will Owen

Will Owen

Originally from Waynesville, North Carolina, Will splits his time in both Philadelphia and New York City. He is currently an artist-in-residence with Flux Factory in Queens, NY and a curator at Little Berlin gallery in Philadelphia, PA. Will works mainly with Sound, Installation Design, and Food in interactive ways. Will grew his hair long and...
Cat Walsh

Cat Walsh

Cat Walsh is a shape note howler. They graduated in 2016 from Wesleyan University with a BA in Classics. Their work tries to communicate emotionality, working through specific making practices to explore the simultaneous futility, and saving power of ritual in both personal and shared incarnations. They grow plants, sew things to other things, draw...
Eve Goodby

Eve Goodby

Surrounded by the quiet countryside of Yorkshire, Eve Goodby grew up in Cottingham in England. After studying at Michigan University and Loughborough University, she graduated with a BA in Graphic Communications. Eve currently resides in Greensboro occupying herself with painting, bike riding, swimming and drinking a lot of tea. Eve loves color, painting and traveling....
Cecelia Kyoko

Cecelia Kyoko

Cecelia Kyoko is an interdisciplinary artist, activist, and writer from Houston, Texas. In addition to being an artist, they also read tarot and astrological charts professionally. They make zines about identity politics and queerness, create experimental performances centered around the digital experience and queer technoscience, and organize activist dance parties. In their spare time, they like...
Andrea Jacobs

Andrea Jacobs

    Andy Jacobs is a visual artist from St. Paul, Minnesota, who recently graduated from Pacific Northwest College of Arts in Portland, Oregon. Playing with the mixed mediums of drawing, printmaking, sewing, and poetry she explores the natural environment and ‘what it means to be alive in this body’ through crafting visual metaphors. Often using her own body...
Coco Spencer

Coco Spencer

Coco is not a big fan of artist statements. Her favorite movie of all time is Space Jam, starring Bugs Bunny and Michael Jordan.