Jamison Chas Banks is a multi-disciplinary artist who creates films, paintings, performances, and installations. His works often explore the history of war and territorial expansion, both literal and psychological. Banks appropriates and alters symbols employed in propaganda and popular culture and redeploys them in contexts that subvert their original meanings.
Brandee Caoba’s unique artistic path emerged through apprenticeships, world travel, and diligent studio practice. Her work centers on mythological themes, such as the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, the Trickster, and Origin myths. For Caoba, the manifestation of mythological imagery is a guide in understanding the difference between the eternal and the ephemeral.
Cannupa Hanska is currently creating socially conscious work balanced with a high standard of craftsmanship and his sculpture has been added to various museum collections and shown in exhibitions worldwide.