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


Residents
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,...
Eva Wǒ

Eva Wǒ

Eva Wǒ is a Chinese-New Mexican multimedia artist, curator, hustler, and sex magik worker. Her work casts spells of homoerotic cultural nourishment, liberation, and self-love set in a fantasy future dream for infinite gender/sexual self-determination. Currently she is co-curating Hot Bits, a touring queer sex-positive film and arts festival. Eva is also a recipient of...
Carolyn Gennari

Carolyn Gennari

Carolyn Gennari is an interdisciplinary artist working across video, performance, photography, and sculpture. Using the archive as source material, her creative practice is heavily research based and explores how performance and media can generate news ways of thinking about the past. Often beginning her projects within archives and museums, Carolyn traces objects back to present...
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...
Rosa Nussbaum

Rosa Nussbaum

Rosa Nussbaum is a British/German visual artist based in Austin, Texas. Rosa works at the intersection of performance and sculpture, of object and objectification. Her work explores the place where the (female) body touches the institution, submitting to it’s projected desires.  
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...
Parasol B

Parasol B

Parasol B is an artist exploring interactive and experiential work through sound, electronics, sculpture and painting. She finds it imperative that people have access to artwork they can interact with and finds it intriguing that many people are uncomfortable with touching artwork, even when given permission. She also creates specific messages for people to take...
Michelle Lisa Polissaint

Michelle Lisa Polissaint

Michelle Lisa Polissaint is a visual artist & arts organizer based in Miami, Florida. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Florida International University in Photography & Fiber Based Painting. Her current practice is focused on producing community based activations that encourage artists and community members to form collaborative relationships. As an artist...
Marina Peng

Marina Peng

Marina Peng (b. Baton Rouge, Louisiana) is a multimedia installation artist living and working in St. Louis, MO. She received her BFA from Washington University in St. Louis. Her practice combines performance, video, text, and built structures to comment on the rigid social structures that restrict marginalized identities.
Silvi Naçi

Silvi Naçi

Silvi Naçi’s practice investigates gender and cultural identity, language and time, the body as subject/object, and the consequences of patriarchy. The work engages in the dialectic between the aesthetically beautiful and historical genealogy, identity and socio-political structures, the ‘puritan’ and the ‘bitch’. Rooted in feminist ideas, Naçi’s work examines the relationship between power and privilege,...
Furen Dai

Furen Dai

Furen Dai’s practice has focused largely on the economy of culture industry, and how languages lose function, usage, and history. Dai’s hybrid art practice utilizes video, sound, sculpture, painting and collaboration. Her years as a professional translator and interest in linguistic studies have guided her artistic practice since 2015. She has been researching and developing...