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


Residents
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...
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,...
Coe Lapossy

Coe Lapossy

Coe Lapossy works in Massachusetts, trolling modernism and queerly lecturing at UMass. Their work investigates how popular culture gets into your heart, your mind, and changes you. Their current project connects the movie Prelude To A Kiss, the magicians trick of sawing a woman in half, and Donald Judd’s stacked sculptures. These stories and objects...
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,...
Kale Roberts

Kale Roberts

Kale Roberts is an explosion of queer sportsing energy with a laundry list of identities that informs their practice as a radical storyteller and sculptor. Blasting out of Tampa, FL, they activate SPACE in an art as life practice. One mouthful of the South, a dollop of blind fandom, and an abundance of misinformed history,...
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...
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...