New Genres

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Mads Lynnerup

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Joshua Grannell

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Anne Colvin

Anne Colvin is a Scottish artist based in San Francisco who works primarily with the moving image. Working with a combination of found footage and her own filmic observations, Anne’s work has a heightened awareness of time, frame, texture, and gesture.

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Keith Boadwee

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Whitney Lynn

Whitney Lynn is visiting faculty in the New Genres department. Her project-based work combines elements of installation, sculpture, performance and video. Questioning ideas of containment, desire, and control, the work also explores the messy intersections between political, military, and civilian cultures. Her work has been exhibited at the Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, Catharine Clark Gallery, Patricia Sweetow Gallery, and Southern Exposure, San Francisco; Exit Art, New York; and the Headlands Center for the Arts in Sausalito, California.

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Jennifer Locke

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Tony Labat

Tony Labat was born in Cuba and came to the United States at the age of 15 in 1966. He has exhibited internationally over the last 30 years. Labat has received numerous awards and grants and his work is in many private and public collections. Labat has developed a body of work in Performance, Video, Sculpture and Installation. His work has dealt with and continues his investigations with the body, popular culture, identity, urban relations, politics, and the media.

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Paul Kos

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Chris Sollars

Artist Chris Sollars’ work revolves around the reclamation and subversion of public space through interventions and performance. The results are documented using photographs, sculpture, and video that are integrated into mixed-media installations. Awards include a 2013 Guggenheim Fellowship, 2013 San Francisco Arts Commission: Individual Artist Commission Grant, 2012 Center for Cultural Innovation Investing in Artists Grant, 2007 Eureka Fellowship Award, 2007 San Francisco Bay Area Artadia Grant, and 2009 Headlands Center for the Arts residency.

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