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Rachelle Beaudoin

Rachelle Beaudoin is a new media artist who uses video, wearables, and performance to explore feminine iconography, role modeling, and “raunch culture.” She attended the College of the Holy Cross where she studied Studio Art and played ice hockey. She holds a Master’s degree in Digital+Media from Rhode Island School of Design

Annetta Kapon

Annetta Kapon’s multi-media works, videos, sculptures, photos and drawings, are structured on ideas of horizontality, photography, language, labor and repetition. Her highly mediated representations are of things that are not what they appear to be, yet they do not lie. Her uncanny sculptures often contain familiar objects whose combinations and recontextualizations allow a rethinking of their political, historic and symbolic meaning.

Maria Elena Buszek


Maria Buszek, Ph.D. is a scholar, critic, curator, and Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Colorado Denver, where she teaches Modern and contemporary art.

nancy buchanan

Graduated from UC Irvine; worked in performance art 1974-1987; have made videotapes and installations since 1977. Involved in many artists' groups, including F Space, the Los Angeles Woman's Building, Double X, LACE. Teaching in the School of Film/Video at CalArts since 1988. Recent exhibitions include "Los Angeles 1955-1985," Centre Pompidou, "California Video," Getty Institute, Los Angeles.

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