contributors

Sarah Chacich

Editor in Chiefness sometimes artist sometimes writer extraordinaire, based in Manhattan.

 

Ella Coon

is a Brooklyn-based artist and writer, originating from Saint Paul, Minnesota. Coon graduated from Columbia University in 2016 with a BA in visual art. Working across two dimensional and three-dimensional media, her studio practice investigates the ontology of abstraction, exploring the nature and limits of representation. Since coming to New York, she has worked in variety of arts environments, including ARTnews, The Neiman Center for Print Studies, and Lothar Osterburg Studio. These experiences not only laid the groundwork for her continued interest in printmaking but also enriched her writing practice. (Coon also dabbles in art criticism.) Currently, she is the archivist at the LeRoy Neiman Foundation and pursuing her Masters in Historical Studies at the New School for Social Research.

 

September Diencephalon

Born 1980 in Paducah, Kentucky. MFA  from Yale University School of Art.  Recent solo exhibitions include BIRTHDAYS at Goldie's Gallery, Queens, NY (2016) and Will you listen to the problems of a stranger? at PayFauxn, Brooklyn, NY (2017).

 

Jeremy Jams

is a Brooklyn-based artist who uses drawing, sculpture and mail art to create connective spaces.  Jams also co-runs Soft City Printing, an artist run publishing platform,

 

Steve Mykietyn

Born CT in 1978, Mykietyn graduated in 2000 with a BFA in Fine Art from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and in 2006 with an MFA in Fine Art from Edinburgh College of Art.  He is the founder and organizer of Orgy Park in Bushiwick.  In April Orgy Park curated a show in Philadelphia at Fjord.  He lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

 

Mark Sengbusch

is a pseudo-luddite and failed minimalist living in Bushwick, Brooklyn, NYC.  He is a painter, writer and collector of books, records and losing scratch- off Lotto tickets.  Sengbusch lived in Detroit from, 1997-2008 and has his MFA from Cranbook Academy of Art (Painting Dept. '08)

 

Zuriel Waters

was born in 1984 in Philadelphia, PA and lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.  He has shown his work at Safe Gallery, Regina Rex, Bannerette, Eddy's Room and other spaces in NYX.  He received a BA from San Diego State University and his MFA in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2010.