Andrea Wolf is an artist interested in the subjects of time, memory, image, and the devices of remembrance that we produce. She has an MFA in Documentary Filmmaking (UAB, 2005), an MFA in Digital Arts (UPF, 2006), and an MPA in Interactive Telecommunications (NYU, 2011). Andrea has exhibited widely in New York City and internationally. Andrea became the director of REVERSE in 2012 and, since then, she has curated exhibitions and talks at REVERSE, as well as the Interactive Art Fair in Miami. Website
Leksi is a Brooklyn-based visual artist, clothing designer, and web developer. She received her BA from Vassar College in 2012. Working at the intersection of media, Leksi combines performance and visuals to explore relationships, discomfort, action and inaction, deception, and the design of purposefully anti-functional consumer objects. Website
Denise Treizman is an artist working mostly with found objects and materials. Her work explores ideas of informality, improvisation and new forms of sculptural assemblage. Denise has an MFA in Fine Arts (SVA, 2013). She has been a fellow resident at Vermont Studio Center, at the Brooklyn Art Space and Berlin Collective’s resident at APT Institute. Website
Allyson Parker, Founder & CEO of PARKER PROJEKTS, is a New York born Creative Producer specializing in exhibition development, arts education and creative brand strategy. She is a freelance Art Critic for ArtSlant and holds a BA in Art History (Hunter College). Allyson has launched several independent initiatives including The Interactive Art Fair, The Hangar Gallery of Miami, and FerroVitreous Arts Inc. She has also worked with such public programs including The Queens Museum of Art, No Longer Empty, ArtStart.org & FreeArts NYC. Website
Natasha Marie Llorens
Natasha Marie Llorens
Natasha Marie Llorens is a writer and an independent curator based in New York. Recent curatorial projects include “Failing to Levitate” co-curated with Kerry Downey at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, and “A study of interruptions” at Ramapo College, in New Jersey. She holds an MA in curatorial practice from Bard and is PhD candidate in department of Art History at Columbia. Her research is focused on violence and representation in the 1970s and 1980s.