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Hayley Cranberry: Platonic Intimacy

Hayley Cranberry: Platonic Intimacy

Hayley Cranberry Smalis an urban planner, ceramicist, and disability justice advocate. She is the founder of Lutte Collective, a space and community for disabled and chronically ill artists. 

Read our interview with Hayley here 

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  • Jaklin Romine

    Jaklin Romine is a disabled Latinx artist who was born in Burbank, California, and is currently based in Los Angeles. She studied Studio Arts at Cal State LA and received a Master of Fine Arts from CalArts. She has shown in galleries such as New Women Space, Night Gallery, Navel, Gallery 825, and Avenue 50. Jaki's art explores acts of care and giving and are a celebration of bodies and form, using materials ranging from flowers to draped fabrics to manipulated foam. Her installations are multi-dimensional explorations of her body and life that take the photographic medium and elevate it to a sculpture-installation.

  • Gary J Marecic

    Gary J Marecic, aka lildoodoobutt, is a self taught visual artist living in Pittsburgh, Pa. He paints and draws characters that are often smoking and sharing space. They inhabit open fields underneath large skies, finding comfort and safety in their shared existence.

  • Noelia Towers

    Noelia Torres creates paintings that come from very personal experiences like her chronic illness and the relationship between pain and pleasure, in most instances using her image as a medium to explore body dysmorphia, learning to exist in a permanently sick vessel that conditions her well being. Her work is a way of healing from trauma by creating images that come from a dark place and turning them into something empowering.

  • Amanda Ba

    An introduction tothe hybrid artist:

    She is aware of the precariousness of her own identity. This gives her permission to occupy, more comfortably and more productively, the liminal space that is what Ien Ang would call in-between-ness—for Ang, hybridity is a welcome respite from the boundaries that children of the diaspora are often confined within. The self-generated idealization of her far-away “foreign” childhood hometown is often glaring, and the hybrid woman finds herself at once escaping to and challenging her possibly-confabulated halcyon memories, the psychic remembrances of an apparent “motherland”. (One gazes at her homelands with weary lucidity and any illusory pane shatters.)

  • Amy Hughes

    What do a juicy fillet of salmon and a body half-submerged in bath water have in common? Through soft-colored, naturalistic paintings, Amy explores the beauty of female bodies in everyday life - the beauty of vulnerable, soft flesh itself safe from the glare of cameras and gloss of magazine pages.

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