Sunday, May 15, 2016 - Saturday, June 04, 2016
Composer / Performer
"Explosive player, a virtuoso… who can make the piano stand up and do things it doesn't seem to have been designed for.” San Francisco Chronicle
“One of the most riveting, rewarding, challenging, and important poets writing today.” Maggie Nelson, guest editor PEN Poetry Series
Video & Media Artist
Award-winning video and media artist working at the intersections of performance, architectural form, and time-based media.
Sunday, June 26, 2016 - Saturday, July 16, 2016
One of the major European composers of his generation, Hass’s music synthesizes in a highly original way the Austrian tradition of grand orchestral statement with forward-looking interests in harmonic color and microtonal tuning that stem from both French spectralism and a strand of American experimentalism.
Photographer known for her staged work of social roles and relations among women.
Fiction / Memoir
Porochista Khakpour’s debut novel Sons and Other Flammable Objects (Grove/Atlantic, 2007) was a New York Times “Editor’s Choice,” Chicago Tribune “Fall’s Best,” and 2007 California Book Award winner. Her second novel, The Last Illusion (Bloomsbury, 2014) was a Kirkus Best Book of 2014, a Buzzfeed Best Fiction Book of 2014, an NPR Best Book of 2014, one of Buzzfeed’s 28 Best Books By Women in 2014. She is most recently the recipient of a 2012 National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Literature Fellowship in Creative Writing (Prose).
Sunday, October 16, 2016 - Saturday, November 05, 2016
Cartoonist / Teacher / Writer
“…explores the art of the narrative, whether it's told through sound, images, text, or all of the above.” Publisher’s Weekly
Composer, performer and researcher in the field of contemporary electroacoustic music, and leading expert in the creative application of 3D sound and immersive spatial audio in contemporary art.
Creates artworks that integrate film, video, installation, sculpture, drawing, original music and performance, intentionally complicating issues such as hip hop, Buddhism, politics, identity and art history to offer new perspectives for established symbols.