Artists Archive - Recology
California Cont.

Originally from Miami, Florida, I am a multi-faceted creative. In addition to animation, photography, and film, I am interested in incorporating other mediums into my work. While I created these works, I began making JATs (upcycled denim hats). Later, I developed a creative brand known as “/JAT/co” to share these ideas with those around me. […]

Through processes of sculpture, electronics, installation, custom fabrication, and self-taught engineering, Andrew Sungtaek Ingersoll explores new and inventive systems of understanding. He’s Influenced by DIY sub-cultures, traditional practices, technology, transcendental experience, the effects of war, and shifting ecological and political landscapes. This re-negotiation of function, form, and meaning parallels complexities of a nuanced multicultural existence […]

Torreya Cummings is a project-based visual artist working with ideas of place and time, particularly around unlearning dominant narratives of the American west. Their methods include research, photography, sculpture, installation, performance, video, drag aesthetics, substitutions, hardware store materials, ambivalence, theater tricks, bad illusions, props, sets, and interpretive sites. For their residency they will be continuing […]

Craig Calderwood Is a self-taught artist who has been living and working in San Francisco for the past 13 years. They studied printmaking and life drawing at Fresno City College for a short period of time, though they flunked out and continued their arts education through binge watching PBS art documentaries and a rigorous studio […]

Sahar Khoury was born in Chicago, IL and lives and works in Oakland, CA. Trained as an anthropologist and working for many years on community-based research projects concerning structural vulnerability within Latinx migrant labor communities, Khoury did not receive a formal art education until later in her career. Rather, she developed her practice within the […]

Jake Shapiro depicts fictional collaged worlds that question cultural and social norms. He makes two-dimensional and three-dimensional works using various mediums to produce a spectrum of representation and abstraction to put the real and imaginary in conversation. He takes inspiration from authors and filmmakers like Octavia Butler, Kurt Vonnegut, Yorgos Lanthimos, and Ted Chiang, and […]

Nunca No is a collaboration between two interdisciplinary artists, curators, and romantic partners: Charles Lee & Claire Dunn. They began collaborating on paintings as a way to learn about each other’s cultures. With Claire being from Argentina, and Charles, a Black man from the U.S., they focus on cultural differences and similarities that they are […]

Robin Birdd David and Jeffrey Yip, founders of Macro Waves, a California-based artist collective, produce experiences focusing on social equity through conceptual art, new media, and design. As artists, designers, and technologists of color, the collective embraces collaboration and community engagement in their creative practice of transforming spaces into places for human connection, exploration, and […]

Darrin Martin engages the synesthetic qualities of perception through video, performance, sculpture, and print-based installations. Influenced by his own experiences with hearing difference and disability studies, his projects consider notions of accessibility using tactility, sonic analogies, and audio descriptions. At Recology, he will be investigating ways in which to crip and queer the ecologies of […]

Val Britton, born in Livingston, New Jersey, lives and works in Portland, Oregon. She received her B.F.A. from Rhode Island School of Design and her M.F.A. from California College of the Arts. Britton creates immersive, collaged works on paper and site-specific installations that explore physical and psychological spaces. Her fragmented, exploded landscapes draw on the […]