Dana Karwas is an interdisciplinary artist and designer. She holds an MPS from Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and has a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Kansas. Her creative practice is centered around human reference frames, with a specific interest in the boundaries of sensory perception and rendering the invisible visible.
Justin Berry is an interdisciplinary artist and NYFA artist’s fellowship recipient. His work has been exhibited internationally in various venues, with work recently on view at CAVE in Detroit, CUAC in Salt Lake City, and at the University of Richmond Art Museum. Recent issues of Frieze, Pin-up magazine, Media-N, and Prattfolio included features on his work and Bomb Magazine commisioned the piece i-would.com from him as part of their portfolio series in 2013.
Caitlin Harder is an installation artist and arts organizer, who explores the relationships between individuals and their environments using time-based, material-driven processes. Her interest in constructed environments extends to her organizational practice, which is driven by a desire to expand the scope of creative place-making through culturally democratic means.
Tianshu Zhao is interested in visual experience design. She directs and designs live performances internationally and explores projects at the intersection of spatial design, multimedia storytelling, motion capture ,and AR/VR technology to create immersive audiovisual experiences.