P R E V I O U S + O N E R E S I D E N T A R T I S T S
JANUARY | 2018
Mary Ayling is a San Jose based cross-disciplinary artist who explores relational issues such as empathy, loss, and misunderstanding. Through her background working in glass she adopted a vocabulary of weight, volume and transparency that continues to translate into her conceptual objects and carefully choreographed interactions.
NOVEMBER | 2017
Talena Sanders is an artist, filmmaker and educator who makes moving image works that explore the development of individual and collective senses of identity. During the residency, I will be creating an installation and editing a short experimental film based on the life and work of the "Wild Woman of Butte, Montana", turn of the century writer, film pioneer and provocateur Mary MacLane.
SEPTEMBER | 2017
Bonny Nahmias was born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel, and moved to the United States in 2006 in protest of Israel’s mandatory military service. Her work examines human behavior, social interactions and sociopolitical subjects. During her residency at One + One + Two Nahmias will explore and research more places where her project, Let's Stay Connected, can travel to.
JULY | 2017
Olga Evanusa-Rowland creates mixed-media assemblage works that use “non-artist” materials, found images, and detritus to explore ephemerality, culture, mystery, artificiality, and the Cabinet of Curiosities tradition. Drawing on a background in Architecture, Russian Literature, and incunabula research, she uses an array of visual clues to explore a veiled, penumbral past and uneasy present. She lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.
MAY | 2017
Kay is a painter based in San Francisco and Havana. Grounded in formal painting questions and highly influenced by both physical and energetic place, her work explores disruption, form, color and degrees of the unresolved.
MARCH | 2017
ZULFIKAR ALI BHUTTO
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto is an artist and educator of mixed Pakistani and Lebanese descent, his work explores the intersections of Islam and queerness, complex identity politics formed by centuries of colonialism and exacerbated by dominant global discourses.
Slowly Slowly, Archival inkjet print on cotton fabric, hand sewn printed polyester and blue embroidery thread 36 X 44"
Best Body Builder in the World, Archival inkjet print on cotton fabric, hand sewn printed polyester, pink embroidery thread, varying dimensions
Arnold Chainmail, Archival inkjet print on cotton fabric and blue and white embroidery thread, 4 x 5"
JANUARY | 2017
Anna Rotty's work finds the boundaries between action and reaction, influence and surrender, in a changing world saturated with immediacy and instant gratification, exploring the core of people's values and what goes into harnessing them. Anna received a BFA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and currently lives and works as an artist and designer in San Francisco.