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Susan Bowers

Stars And Strips, 2013

Susan Bowers described her art as, ‘a monkey on her back.’ Her background is in art history, painting and printmaking.  While getting an art history degree at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana in the 1990’s she started taking ceramic classes.  She taught Art History at Tulane and Xavier University before becoming interested in computer art. She worked in computer graphics and animation for sometime before losing interest. She resumed working in ceramics 7 years ago and has renewed her passion for the primordial medium.

Lotte Geeven

Soda Palm Suite, Installation, 2011

Lotte Geeven (1980) is a multi-media artist from Amsterdam creating tailor-made portraits of sovereign places. These simple portraits with a graphical character aim to envelope the magic of autonomy and explore complex matter & power beyond our control related to a specific place. For example The sound of the earth – a sound recording from the deepest open hole in the planet- is a portrait of the abstract deep earth. Or the work Sovereign – an upside down Jaguar spinning on it’s back in slow motion in an empty parking lot- is an exploration of the ambiguous character of this sovereign location. 

Clark Gordon Allen

Clark Gordon Allen is an artist hailing from the California Bay Area, transplanted to New Orleans in 2011. He works pseudonymously under the name Sink Stuart- a matter indebted entirely to the fact that his proper name presented in any order remains utterly “un-googleable” and that this loathe adjective, a phonetic baby word, commands an awkward modern precedence. His photography and illustrations, generally focus on modern American convenience, sloth, and tendencies toward low moral altitude, blending misanthropy with the absurd. His work has been published in The SF Bay Guardian, The Stranger, and Maximum Rock n Roll, has been exhibited in San Francisco, Seattle, and New York City, and he has fallen into the ever expanding group of artists who have had their designs appropriated by Urban Outfitters.

Dave Greber

Dave Greber was born in Philadelphia in 1982. He studied at the Middle Bucks Institute for Technology, Temple University, Universiteit van Amsterdam, and Tulane University. After a stint as a filmmaker / freelance commercial video producer, he found his calling in the contemporary art resurgence of post-Katrina New Orleans, creating video loops and site-specific multimedia installations. His installations have been featured in museums: Prospect 1.5, The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans; commercial galleries, Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans, C24 Gallery in NYC; and International Media Festivals. His work has been covered by Art in America, Rhizome, Artforum, Artvoices, Hyperallergic, DailyServing, Pelican Bomb, Oxford American, and others.

Thomas Grill

Thomas Grill is a Vienna-based media artist and researcher of sound, with particular focus on electroacoustic performance.
Grill’s works range from interactive audiovisual installations to instrumental compositions and improvisations. Grill studied technical physics in Linz, as well as computer music and electronic media in Vienna and Graz and then received his doctorate in composition and music theory at the University for Music and Performing Arts, Graz. He currently develops open-source media software and is a Postdoc researcher at the Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence (OFAI).

Derek Larson


Derek Larson is from Seattle and received his MFA from the Yale School of Art and has exhibited in the US and internationally, recently he presented his Memes project at the Finnish Museum of Photography in Helsinki. He has participated in a number of residencies including the Yale Norfolk Program and Arteles in Finland. His work has been featured in the Seattle Times, NY Arts Magazine and Rhizome @ The New Museum in New York.

Alli Miller and Trey Burns

Alli Miller (b. 1985, New York) is an artist and designer working between Brooklyn and New Orleans. Alli’s work is premised on the investigation of liminal moments to underscore the psychosexual and relational aspects of display and consumerism. As material, she utilizes voices and powers surrounding the artwork: for example, the pedestal, the ad space, the archive. In the ritual of her practice, she invents and draws upon systems of mythology to contextualize production, while employing the faculty of humor to compose material slippage. Alli received a BFA from Cooper Union in 2008 and studied with visiting artist Marjetica Potrč at the Fondazione Antonio Ratti (Como, Italy) in 2006.

Trey Burns (b. 1984, Goldsboro, NC) received an MFA in Painting & New Media from Savannah College of Art & Design in 2008. Interested in reportage and documentation, his work has explored concepts of Americana through video and photography. Trey’s work has been exhibited internationally and is currently working on several multi-media collaborations.


MOMO’s installation from the exhibition titled Hecho En Oaxaca at Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Oaxaca, curated by Pedro Alonzo.

Born in San Francisco, MOMO has travelled most of his life, lived in New York for six years and currently keeps a studio in New Orleans. He has collaborated with Marie Lorenz, Melissa Brown, Piet Dieleman, Eltono, and Yohji Yamamoto. In 2008 Rojo published his first monograph “3AM-6AM”, in 2012 Studio Cromie published his second, “In 74 Pieces”. In 2009 Y-3/Adidas produced the “MOMO” shoe after a collaborative F/W Y-3 show on a 5000 sq ft catwalk mural. Arts residency The Studios of Key West hosted his “Public Art in Private Spaces” project in Key West, Florida in 2010. In 2011 the Fountainhead Residency in Miami hosted production of his “Miami Paintings” series.

Tameka Norris

Final Performance YSOA Manifesto For Rob Storr, 2012

Tameka’s work in many ways encapsulates and represents the relationship between the multi-generational, existing black communities and the New Orleans “Transplants.” Her time away from the city has allowed her to see from a different perspective the -sometimes strange- ways in which these communities engage with each other. Her liberty to speak in a tongue-in-cheek manner about something that is so commonly the elephant in the room, is part of what makes her work challenging for everyone who sees it, from every demographic. It is this type of challenging, sometimes subversive and passive-activist work that May gallery & residency wants to foster as the gallery & residency program develops.

Reynold Reynolds

Reynold Reynolds (b. 1966) lives and works in Amsterdam, Netherlands. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Physics from the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he studied under Carl Wieman (Physics Nobel Laureate 2001). Changing his focus to studio art he remained two more years in Boulder to study under experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage. After moving to New York City Reynolds completed an M.F.A. at the School of Visual Arts. He is a recipient of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship. He has been awarded both the Rome Prize (2013) and the Berlin prize (2004). His work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (New York) and has been shown in numerous biennales including the 4th Berlin Biennale and the 3rd Moscow Biennale.

Nicolas Sassoon

FAVOURITE #1, inkjet print on PMP3 paper, 48x62" 2011. Western Front booth @ The Fair, Waldorf hotel, Vancouver BC.

The work of Nicolas Sassoon makes use of various computer-based aesthetics to generate fantasized visions of architectures, landscapes and domestic environments. While most of Sassoon’ s work is published online through the format of animated gifs, the artists has in collaboration with other artists, architects, curators, music producers, and fashion designers, materialized this web-based practice in a diverse range of mediums such as sculpture, prints, textiles, and site-specific installations. Sassoon’ s work often explores the material application of immaterial concepts, through a practice that investigates the manner in which virtual spaces and thinking can (or cannot) be inscribed within the physical realm.
Nicolas is a member of the online collective Computers Club. Nicolas has shown in various international venues and events such as the Miami Art Fair (US), the Tokyo Art Fair (JP), Today Art Museum (CN), Portland Art Museum (US), Cincinnati Art Museum (US), 319 Scholes (US), Eyebeam (US), Every Letter in the Alphabet (CA), Charles H.Scott Gallery (CA), Western Front (CA), TINBOX Contemporary Art Gallery (FR), LMD Galerie (FR), the Berlin Fashion Week (DE), and MU Eindhoven (NL). Nicolas lives and works in Vancouver BC, Canada.

Bob Snead

Cancer I, 2012. oil on panel, 24″ x 36″

Bob Snead is a native of Charleston, SC where he graduated Cum Laude in 2002 from the College of Charleston with a BA in Studio Art.  Soon after with a group of fellow grads, he formed Redux Contemporary Art Center in Charleston and remained founding director of the organization until 2005 when he left to pursue graduate studies at Yale University School of Art.  After receiving his MFA in painting and printmaking in 2007, he helped form the traveling artist collective Transit Antenna and spent the next two years developing community based art projects all over North America.  He has exhibited with Jack Tilton Gallery and Deitch Projects in New York, and his work can be seen in New Orleans at the Ogden Museum and Jonathan Ferrara Gallery.  In 2011 he was named a distinguished alumnus of the College of Charleston for his extensive work with non-profit arts organizations, and he is currently a board member of the New Orleans literary and visual arts organization, Press Street, as well as an organizing member of Antenna gallery.