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 Camlin

April Camlin

April Camlin is a textile artist, percussionist, and ventriloquist born and raised in Baltimore. She is honored to have lived a very strange life thus far. She has toured the globe with music and performance projects and shown visual work both nationally and internationally. Her practices are an attempt to probe the subconscious mind and...
Gina Alexandra Denton

Gina Alexandra Denton

Gina Alexandra Denton is a visual artist based in Baltimore, MD. Her sculptural practice is rooted in intuitive play, and her material index spans several craft based media, including fiber and ceramics. Viewing art making as a form of intuitive cosmology, Gina creates work that explores the concept of space, both internal and external, micro...
Hamida Khatri

Hamida Khatri

Hamida Khatri is an artist, writer, curator, arts educator, community activist, and a creative arts therapist, raised in Karachi, Pakistan, and living in Baltimore, U.S. She works in a variety of mediums, from figurative drawings, to photography, to sculptural puppets, to animation. She holds an MFA in Community Arts and a Certificate in Teaching from...
Antonio McAfee

Antonio McAfee

Antonio McAfee’s work addresses the complexity of representation. Through appropriating and manipulating portraits, he engages in prescribed views of individuals and rework images to provide an alternate – more layered image and concept of the people depicted. His photographs oscillate between formal considerations (modifying appearances and prints) and imaginary potential (establishing new back stories and...
Beau Vasseur

Beau Vasseur

Beau Vasseur is a new media artist living and working in Baltimore, MD. His work has been shown at Big Law Country Club in Brooklyn, NY, Vox Populi in Philadelphia, PA, Terrault Contemporary in Baltimore, MD, and the Borscht Film Festival in Miami, FL. His mediums include film and immersive installation. By harnessing the power...
William Cordova

William Cordova

William Cordova’s work attempts to reconcile ideas of displacement and transition through the use of alchemy, ephemeral residue and vernacular architecture that continually shifts and shapes what could be described as our contemporary situation.
Rontherin Ratliff

Rontherin Ratliff

Rontherin Ratliff is known for creating textural assemblages and sculptural work that examines contemporary society. In 2009, Works and Process at the Guggenheim NYC commissioned the set installation for the production of Peter and the Wolf of which Ratliff lead the artistic direction and co-creation.  In 2010 Ratliff exhibited at Diverse Works in Houston Texas and...
YATTA

YATTA

YATTA is a Houston-born digi-poet, artist, and musician currently based in New York. Using incantations born of loop pedal drones, folk acoustics, and ecstatic beats, they alchemize and creolize jazz standards with Krio cries. Past performances, readings, and workshops have taken place at healing spaces, farms, backyards, festivals, galleries, museums, conferences and universities all over....
Joshua Moton

Joshua Moton

Joshua Moton is a visual artist and cellist who through sound, textiles, and installations depth charges wells of Afro-Atlantic dynamism to conjure up works which provoke a sense of environmental and cultural shift. Their work meditates black freedom in the 21st century, and the renegotiation of the parasitic networks of power and privilege weft into...
Ash Eliza Smith

Ash Eliza Smith

Ash Smith is a director, designer and new media artist who grew up in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in North Carolina and currently resides in a seaside city known for its innovative biotech hubs, military zones, and techno-animistic possibilities. Ash choreographs site-specific performances, designs interactive experiences, and writes stories for film, stage, and...
Saba Taj

Saba Taj

Saba Taj is a Southern Muslim artist and activist based in Durham NC. Heavily inspired by Islamic stories and speculative fiction, Saba uses mixed media practices to illustrate the liminalities of diasporic identity through the creation of hybridized femme-monsters. Taj remixes cultural references from her South Asian, American, Muslim, and queer identities, and explores themes...
Lucas Baisch

Lucas Baisch

Lucas Baisch is a playwright and text-based visual artist, originally from San Francisco, currently based in Chicago. His work spawns from interests in youth culture, technology, and contemporary depictions of iconoclasm. The work aims for the queer, crude, and aesthetically curious, citing a punkish and playful affinity for the irreverent. He holds a BFA in...