The 2010 program features work by:
Derek Larson is a multimedia artist making animations with found video and exhibiting in Seattle, New York, Chicago and Miami.
Gwyneth Anderson is a Chicago-based artist interested in ecological and emotional states.
Jang Soon Im
Jessica Taylor Caponigro
Josh Reames is previously from Texas and currently living in Chicago working on his MFA at SAIC.
Laura Goldstein and Marisa Plumb
Mia E. Rollow
Mohamed Ghazala is a lecturer, director of animated films, and the founder of the first chapter of the International Animated Film Association “ASIFA” in Africa and in the Arab world based in Egypt. Currently he works as full-time senior lecturer in Minia University. He has directed and co-directed many awarded films, such as “Carnival” (2001), “Crazy Works” (2002), “HM HM” (2005),”Sayari Yetu” (2006), the first Yemeni animated film “Salma” in 2006, and “Honyan’s Shoe” (2009) which won the Animation Prize at The African Movie Academy Awards (The African Oscar AMAA) in Lagos/Nigeria 2010.
Patrick Holbrook‘s work investigates the relationship of subjectivity and the structures of ideology and globalism. He curates exhibitions at Eel Space, and is a part-time instructor at SAIC. He grew up in New Hampshire and plays music with Laughing Eye Weeping Eye.
Rebecca Schoenecker is an animator, painter, crafter, embroiderer, performer, and musician. Re-inventing myths, icons, and folk stories, her work is darkly humorous. Rebecca is currently working on animations and video to accompany her live performances as Laughing Eye Weeping Eye, a persona that cackles and croons over the drones of a harmonium.
The Good Stuff House: Kayce Bayer and Chris Lin