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


2019
Social Sensory Stimulation

Social Sensory Stimulation

Diana Laurel Caramat (Norfolk, VA / Seattle, WA) Southern Constellations Fellow. February 2019. HD video documentation with sound. Series of participatory workshops with glue polymer, museum collection items, glass jar. Dimensions variable. Caramat created three sensory-based bodies of work in Social Sensory Stimulation: a video series, a sculptural object, and a social framework for interaction. Designed to accommodate...
Riley Cox

Riley Cox

Riley Cox is a Greensboro native currently studying sculpture at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. She grew up surrounded by a family working in textiles, which led to an early love for texture and material exploration. She is interested in the healing properties of creative play and working in a communal setting....
Mindy Dunn

Mindy Dunn

Mindy is a self-proclaimed master-of-none that enjoys taking things apart almost as much as she enjoys cozying up in dark corners. Currently working on her Bachelor’s in Parks and Recreation Management, she loves getting dirt under her nails and has a well-honed talent for googling things to assist in the problem-solving process. In her free...
Jon Pulse

Jon Pulse

Jon Pulse is a flamboyant Aquarian and embroidery artist based in Savannah, Georgia. Utilizing his composition skills and strong eye for color theory, Jon likes to experiment with unconventional materials in creating art that dazzles the eye. He draws inspiration from the bright colorful patterning and geometric shape he finds in discarded fabrics, as well...
Paige Reitterer

Paige Reitterer

Paige has BFA in painting and printmaking from Virginia Commonwealth University. Her work involves exploring human connections with nature. One can often find her outdoors, turning over rocks and logs to find a new critter to study.
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...
Erin Ethridge + Colleen Marie Foley

Erin Ethridge + Colleen Marie Foley

  Interdisciplinary artists Erin Ethridge(left) and Colleen Marie Foley(right) have been working together as Thorn since 2015. As a collaborative, Thorn questions ideas of shared or composite identity, memory and body. Thorn takes their relationship as subject and tool, searching for places where the physical and psychic boundaries between them soften and become permeable. They negotiate...
MAHEDI ANJUMAN

MAHEDI ANJUMAN

MAHEDI ANJUMAN is on a journey to find her authentic artistic self through a contemporary avant-garde way. Currently she is living Reno, NV. She was born in Bangladesh, the land of the mystics. Anjuman was selected to represent Bangladeshi contemporary art in an International Contemporary Sculpture and Installation Exhibition OPEN 15 in Italy with artist...
Katie Hubbell

Katie Hubbell

Katie Hubbell’s multimedia practice operates within the formal slippages of installation, sculpture, performance, and video. She examines mass-media aesthetization, highlighting the tensions and comforts embedded within sensuous images. Using objects from everyday life, Hubbell’s practice reveals the flirtations and repulsions, states of boredom and states of obsession, parallels and contradictions which inhabit twenty-first century advertisement...
Gil Yefman

Gil Yefman

By deconstructing and transforming canonized familiar myths from varied beliefs and traditions, and creating fantastic realms, where characters with elusive gender, sexual and political identities serve as alternative cultural heroes – Yefman challenges and undermines the structured definitions and portrayal of the “other”, in order to explore and cherish the intrinsic potential of the extraordinary....
April Danielle Lewis

April Danielle Lewis

b. 1980 Okinawa, Japan April Danielle Lewis is an artist, visionary, and community cultivator. Her work explores the intersections of history, place, and identity with a social justice and community building lens. Interventions, performances, installations and experiences are vehicles she uses to express these themes. In her early childhood, she went to work with her mother in...
Julia Gutman

Julia Gutman

Julia Gutman is an emerging Australian artist, best known for her intricate textile sculptures and commitment to narrative installation. Her work spans textiles, sculpture, painting and prose, with a distinctive irreverence that permeates all forms. Her growing collection of sculptures and stories intersect and build on one and other, continually investigating themes of gender, mythology,...