Tamara Khasanova is a curator, researcher, and writer living in Brooklyn, New York. She received an MA degree in Curatorial Practice from the School of Visual Arts.

From 2020 to 2022, she was an editor and contributor at TransitoryWhite, an online publication dedicated to artistic production, activism, theory and research from post-Socialist and post-Soviet territories. Between 2022 and 2023, she was a Curatorial Assistant at White Columns, where she organized the online exhibition A Shapeshifter with a Heavenly Secret. In 2023, she curated the film program 'Saodat Ismailova: To Share a Dream with a River' at the e-flux Screening Room. Currently, she serves as the Archives & Library Manager at e-flux.



Aiza Ahmed (b. 1997, Lahore, Pakistan) received her BFA from Cornell University (2020) and is pursuing her MFA in Painting from RISD. Her practice, spanning drawing, painting, sculpture, and installation, is a stage where fact meets fiction, a cast of characters composed from cinema,

archival documents, reportage, lived experiences, memory, and fantasy are brought to light in a make-believe world.

Ahmed has exhibited at Christie’s, Aicon Gallery, and Franklin Parrasch Gallery in New York, Rajiv Menon Contemporary in Los Angeles, and VM Art Gallery in Pakistan, among others. Upcoming exhibitions include shows at the FLAG Art Foundation and Twelve Gates Arts in Philadelphia. Ahmed is an alumnus of the William Kentridge & The Centre for the Less Good Idea, Providence, RI.


Jaimie An (b. 1992) is a research-based artist, whose practice consists of sculptures, installations, processes, and algorithms rooted in scientific research, philosophical inquiries, and material exploration.

Her work weaves across multiple disciplines using her background in mathematics and technology as a foundation for a system of overlapping analogies that tease at the relationship between logic, consciousness, perception, identity and the body.

Jaimie An has received her B.A. in Studio Art and Mathematics from Boston College, C.F.A. from The New York Academy of Art, and currently pursuing her M.F.A in Sculpture from Rhode Island School of Design.


Ashley Bergner (b.1995, Knoxville, Tennessee) received a BFA in Painting and Drawing from The University of Tennessee in 2019 and is currently pursuing her MFA in Painting at the Rhode Island School of Design.


Elena Bulet i Llopis (she/they) is an interdisciplinary artist born and raised in Barcelona (1997). Her work delves into the intricate layers of gendered family dynamics within the context of postwar, dictatorship-era Spain.

She uses photography, experimental film, glasswork, sculpture, and printmaking to explore themes of inherited pain, memory, loss of innocence, and the preservation of untold stories. It is a process of reclamation rooted in a desire to tackle the oppressions of masculine control.


Suiyuan Jin (b. 1997, Linhai, China) is a sculptor whose work pushes the boundaries of materiality and narrative. She is pursuing her MFA in Sculpture at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and will be attending the Theatre and Performance Ph.D. program at CUNY Graduate Center in the fall of 2024.

She have developed a distinctive sand casting technique that marries polyurethane with recycled trash, resulting in sculptures that embody a unique blend of sustainability and innovation.


Christine Jung (b. 1995, Gwangju, South Korea) is an installation artist interested in locating places of marginality within which imperial and capitalistic powers are confronted.

Christine received their BA in Economics and Studio Art from Swarthmore College in 2017 and subsequently lived and worked in Philadelphia, PA. They are a recipient of the RISD Graduate Commons Grant, the RISD Fellowship for Ceramics, the NCECA Multicultural Fellowship, and the Windgate Fellowship for Arrowmont and The Color Network. Christine is currently based in Providence, RI pursuing a Master’s of Fine Arts degree at the Rhode Island School of Design. Their work has been shown in Philadelphia, Los Angeles, New York, and abroad.


Multi-disciplinary artist Da eun Lee (b, 1991, South Korea), her work engages with geopolitical and military-diplomatic issues between the U.S. and PyeongTaek, South Korea, where the artist grew up.

Through installation, live performance, video, and woodworking, she explores international power structures, immigration, and alienation.

Her current practice centers embodied experiences as an immigrant to the U.S., a place she believed to be the land of opportunity. It also explores the American propaganda she watched during her childhood. Lee received a BFA in Sculpture and Extended Media from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is currently pursuing an MFA in the Sculpture Department of Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).


Julia Helen Murray is a New York based artist with a commitment to breaking class and gender boundaries. Through discreet artworks, built environment, and performance, this practice cracks open hidden dynamics of structure, trauma, and healing with particular focus on how these forces play out within family and labor contexts.

At its most bold, Murray’s work posits new and unlikely curative potentials targeted at our troubled relationship with work, with those we love, and with ourselves.


Lorena Crowe Park (b.1973, Chattanooga,Tennessee) uses her work to explore the complicatied moments that are created in the cross section of conflicting thoughts/feelings that are never-the-less true, and the interal relatings for the split within each of us.

The messier the better. She gratuated with a BFA in sculpture from Virginia Commonwealth University and will receive her MFA in sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design in June.


Shori Sims (b. 1999) is a transdisciplinary artist whose work engages with the performative in its relationship to the identification and formation of personal identity.

Their work is concerned with objects and media as the residue of performance over time on the scale of personal and shared histories, penetrating those surfaces to interrogate the proliferation of symbols and signs within the conscious and subconscious life of the individual.