Mary Helena Clark (b 1983, South Carolina, United States) works in film, video, and installation, manipulating traditional narrative conventions in cinema to render dissociative states and surreal environments. Her work uses the language of collage to explore ideas around disembodiment, hybridity, and sensation.
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Kapwani Kiwanga’s work is research-driven, instigated by marginalized or forgotten histories, and articulated across a range of materials and mediums including sculpture, installation, photography, video, and performance.
New York-based Kathleen Ryan’s work in sculpture is distinguished by her virtuosic grasp of materials, ranging from poured concrete, cast iron, carved marble, and precious stones, to found objects such as granite machine-mount blocks or bowling balls.