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


2012
Irwan Ahmett

Irwan Ahmett

Irwan Ahmett: I had a wonderful childhood. I spent most of my time playing with or without friends. I used to play with objects I found on the street, with situations around me, or using my body. To maintain the spirit of playing in my work I created a project called ‘Urban Play’, a concept...
Naeun Jeon

Naeun Jeon

  Naeun Jeon: I collect objects and texts familiar to everyone, then make stage-like-scenes that cover wide ranges of genres from traditional media to new: ceramic casting, wood, body movement sensor, LED.
Georgia Muenster

Georgia Muenster

Georgia Muenster is a curator, baker, way-finder, and organizer hailing from New York City, where she is a longstanding member and Curatorial Fellow of the arts collective Flux Factory. She received a BA in Art History from Bard College in 2008; she loves books, pie, and the endless exploration of the constructed urban environment. Elsewhere Project...
Steven Lang

Steven Lang

Steven Lang / When I was four years old, I came across an open, unguarded can of deck paint and painted myself completely red. It has never really worn off. Elsewhere Project / A is for Elsewhere
Ann Armstrong

Ann Armstrong

 Ann Armstrong: As an artist and architect I spend a lot of time thinking about how to translate conceptual ideas into physical reality. These ideas | creations take the form of murals, ephemeral street art, performance, sculpture, furniture, and lighting. Elsewhere Project / Elsewhere Lepidoptera Society
Carrie Schneider

Carrie Schneider

Carrie Schneider: My work includes Care House; a video, sound, and material installation in the house I grew up in, Hear Our Houston; public generated audio walking tours and dérives, and Sunblossom; an evolving skill share between local creatives and kids who are refugees from Burma. I also write about art and dance Argentine tango...
Paul Howe

Paul Howe

Paul Howe is the Commissioner of The Bureau of Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding. “The Bureau of Maintenance, Repair, and Rebuilding is a public service dedicated to improving the health of our infrastructures, machines, and commodities, because we believe that the health of these things is at the root of our political, economic, and cultural health.”...
Elizabeth Thompson

Elizabeth Thompson

Elizabeth Thompson, education intern at Elsewhere, loves creative, collaborative, and interdisciplinary pedagogical approaches. She is completing a MA in folklore at UNC-Chapel Hill, where she has been learning about the power of artistic performance as it relates to constructions of identity and community from labor singing ensembles and roller derby skaters. She is a collector...
Colin Bliss

Colin Bliss

  Colin Bliss is a sculptor, tinkerer, writer and sometimes fake astronaut. Born and raised on the island of Manhattan, he now lives and makes work in Providence, RI. His personal work tends to explore the emotional lives of objects, and how those emotions coincide, or completely butt up against those of humans. His sculpture ranges...
Peter Maarseveen

Peter Maarseveen

Peter Maarseveen is a photographer/sculptor from Tasmania, Australia. He builds his own functional pinhole cameras out of discarded objects, using them to create series of photographs unique to the cameras themselves. He is currently experimenting with ‘Anthotypes’, a technique which uses plant materials as a photographic printing medium. Elsewhere Project / The Sights We Have Seen ...
Amy Flaherty

Amy Flaherty

Amy Flaherty: My work calls for a “game like” mentality to re-create objects I miss or have lost. I try to use my limited skills and resources to create shapes that resemble things or people I love. Elsewhere Project / Let Me Explain How Much This Guitar Means to Me
Brandy Bajalia

Brandy Bajalia

Brandy Bajalia is an artist based in sweet southern Birmingham, Alabama. She received her BFA from the University of Montevallo in painting and art history. Brandy’s work is informed by language, natural patterns, immigrants, national geographic magazines, memory, disaster, ritual, and her grandmother’s stories. The concept that best applies to her work are revolving themes of...