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


Residents
Alisa Ruzavina

Alisa Ruzavina

Alisa Ruzavina is a London-based Moscow-bred multicolorist, textile artist, sustainable fashion designer and groovy object maker, whose endeavors are focused on creating wearable holistic visions of celebration and resistance that are filled with love, hope and optimism, that highlight spiritual and ecological concerns and serve as a little charge proclaiming chances for better more fulfilling...
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,...
Roopa Vasudevan

Roopa Vasudevan

Roopa Vasudevan is an interdisciplinary artist, computer programmer, and scholar, currently based in Philadelphia. Her practice explores the archival and artistic interpretation of social media and the Internet, specifically in the context of political and activist practices, and questions whose voices are being left out of dominant technological histories. Her artwork has been exhibited internationally...
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...
Erick Medel

Erick Medel

Erick Medel (b.1992) lives and works in Los Angeles. Can one become a real American simply by desiring the same things the dominant culture desires? Even when that stage (middle class ideals) is achieved can one truly be seen as American? Through transformations in materials and form, Medel opens up a dialogue about the customization...
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...
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...
Sosena Solomon

Sosena Solomon

Sosena Solomon is an award winning social documentary film and multimedia visual artist from Ethiopia. Intuitively selecting subjects and stories, she is particularly interested in spaces of transition and change, acting as a cultural preservationist. Her work, whether presented as a film or an immersive 3-dimensional experience, explores cross sections of various subcultures and communities...
Kevin Brophy

Kevin Brophy

Kevin Brophy is a language-based performance artist based in Tampa, FL, and Pittsburgh, PA, most recently residing in Lawrence, KS as visiting faculty and artist at the University of Kansas. Her research includes the Internet of Things, biased training of AI, our changing psychological response to the screen, and how language functions—past, present, and future—in...
Diana Laurel Caramat

Diana Laurel Caramat

Diana needs some soup right now and then maybe you’ll find them in the bedding section, swimming in linen duvets for a bit. She feels fulfilled in some kind of cul-de-sac upbringing, couch shopping not so different from any experiential art. ‘walkie check’, She confirms and performs for the visitor, ‘yes, that is a thing...
Clare van Loenen

Clare van Loenen

Clare writes about participatory arts practices in independent arts organizations, museums, and archives. Right now she is focused on Elsewhere for the third chapter of her dissertation on artist project spaces between 2001 and 2016. She began her American life as a participant in an artist’s pedagogical project – the Sponge HQ –  where there...
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....