Kahn is an interdisciplinary artist who works primarily in video with a practice that includes performance, writing, drawing, and sound.
Humor, pathos and the uncanny emerge as central modes in a hybrid media practice that seeks to re-work relationships between fiction and document, the real and the hyper-real, narrative time and the synchronic time of impulse.
This ascent is due in large part to the launching of one of the most compelling and visionary brands in recent memory — producing videos, images and shows which are drawing a cult following among both leading influencers in the worlds of art and music and heavyweights in the fashion industry..
This project provides an opportunity for artists, illustrators, and designers to create & share political campaign posters for the 2016 American Presidential Election.
archive ( and will inevitably trickle through other social media platforms and myriad digital devices.
The jury selected posters will be announced at the end of the competition, still all posters will remain online for anyone to share and continue the dialog.Her work has shown nationally and internationally, with recent exhibitions at Marlborough Chelsea/NY, Susanne Clemens has been one of New York’s most consistently forward thinking and exciting young designers.He has long been an icon wherever art, fashion and music meet — each season pushing the boundaries of what a fashion show can be.He has shown collections styled through a crowd-sourcing video game, hung on a collapsible shop by artist Lizzie Fitch (sold as a single work of art), or presented collections in the format of reality TV with renowned artist and long time collaborator Ryan .In recent years he has risen acutely from underground darling and art/fashion hybrid to make a compelling case for his place in America’s future-mainstream.In commissioning them to present works in the festival, to celebrate the Centennial of the National Park Service and visit the Carrington Estate.We'll serve cocktails at 548 Beachcomber and give tours of the Carrington Estate to groups of 20 every 30 min.Often invoking queer, hybridized characters such as the “Listening Cactus,” the “Maize Mantis,” or the figure of the Pied Piper.scenarios cultivate play between things and bodies, compelling the audience to develop a “score” for handling these animated objects.These interactions suggest new possibilities for intimacy with sound, where “listening” involves a more expansive state of activity: listening by touching, as part of the 2015 Greater New York exhibition, New Museum, Poetry Project, and the Whitney Museum of American Art.Morgan is an Art Matters grantee and a former Process Space artist with the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.