Sonja Schenk is a multi-disciplinary artist from Los Angeles. She began with video installations and has since turned to other types of installation, painting, and sculpture. Her work explores the intersection of humankind and the natural world through traditional, technological, and transformative processes. She exhibits both locally and internationally and has created several large, site-specific installations. She has been artist-in-residence at Cerritos College in California, the Thomas McKeon Center for Creativity in Tulsa, and the U.S. National Park system. Influenced by early mentors Allan Kaprow, DeeDee Halleck, and Manny Farber, her work relies on a strong grounding in conceptual thought that is then translated to various media.
Greg Schenk is an experimental artist from Los Angeles. His investigation of media and process have resulted in a diverse portfolio of one-of-a-kind works, rarely repeated; ranging from wall hanging sculptures in low relief to large scale outdoor installations. He has exhibited here in Los Angeles at galleries and co-ops, abroad at the Prague Biennial, in Florence on the stage of the Teatro della Pergola, and is recognized by the International Fusionist Museum as an active Fusionista.
Laurie is a multidisciplinary artist & filmmaker whose work about nature and extinction plays with themes of reciprocity, care and spirituality. She has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Hawai‘i, UK, South Africa and Brazil, and screened her short films at DOCNYC, BAMcinemaFest and PS1MoMA. She was an Artist-in-Residence at Blue Mountain Center (NY), Digital Artist Studios (N.Ireland), Sacatar Institute (Brazil), Artfunkl (UK). Laurie has an MFA in Integrated Media Arts from CUNY Hunter College, BA in Art & BS in Communications from Bradley University, and studied art at Istituto Lorenzo de’ Medici in Florence and Pratt Institute. She lives and works in California and Hawaii.