Eve Sussman is an artist whose work incorporates film, video, installation, sculpture and photography. She is the founder of Rufus Corporation, an ad hoc ensemble of performers, artists and musicians who have collaborated on motion pictures and appeared in photographs and video art pieces. Under the direction of Sussman, Rufus Corporation has conceived and produced “89 Seconds at Alcázar” (2004) and “The Rape of the Sabine Women”(2006) as well as numerous photographs and flat screen video works. "White on White" is a new work shot in Kazakhstan. Rufus Corporation collaborators have included: Bobby Neel Adams, Popi Alkouli-Troianou, Themis Bazaka, Kostas Beveratos, Nesbitt Blaisdell, Marilisa Chronea, Ricoh Gerbl, Stergios Ioannou, Grayson Millwood, Katarina Oikonomopoulou, Benedikt Partenheimer, Helen Pickett, Annette Previti, Rosa Prodromou, Claudia de Serpa Soares, Walter Sipser, Antonis Spinoulos, Christos Syrmakezis, Sotiris Tsakomidis, Jeff Wood, Savina Yannatou, Karen Young and Sofie Zamchick. Original Scores for Rufus Corporation projects have been commissioned from composer Jonathan Bepler with musicians Algis Kizys, Eric Hubel, Geoff Gersh, Cräg Rodriguez, Scott Moore and Bradford Reed collaborating. Sergei Franklin was worked as D.P. for Rufus Corporation.
Luigi Fassi is the director of ar/ge kunst Galerie Museum in Bolzano, Italy. A 2008-2009 Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellow of the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program in New York, in 2006 he has been curator in residency at FRAME Finnish Fund for Art Exchange and NIFCA – Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art in Helsinki, Finland. He has organized exhibitions internationally, including “Theoretical Practice” at ISCP, New York (2009); “Archeology of Mind” at the Malmö Konstmuseum, Sweden (2008); and, with Laima Kreivyte, “Baltic Mythologies” for the Third Prague Biennale” (2007). His writing has appeared in publications such as Artforum, Domus, Site and Mousse and he is a coauthor of Time Out of Joint: Recall and Evocation in Recent Art (Yale University Press, 2009).
James Clark is a sculptor/installation artist based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. In his installations he incorporates mechanical devices, lights, inflatable containers, found objects, fiber-optic cable and water, among other things. His work appeals to the viewer's senses of sight, hearing, touch and smell. Recent exhibitions of his work and participation in group shows include the 183rd Annual Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Art at the National Academy Museum, the Neuberger Museum of Art and a solo show at Elizabeth Harris Gallery, NYC. He has received awards from the Pollack Krasner Foundation, the Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, The American Academy of Arts and Letters and the New York State Council for the Arts. He has taught at Montclair State University, Princeton University, Brandeis University, University of Conn. and the Vermont Studio School. He is represented by Elizabeth Harris Gallery in Chelsea.
Jonathan Goodman is a poet, editor and writer specializing in contemporary art. He has written articles and reviews for such magazines at Art in America, Art on Paper, Sculpture, and Art Asia Pacific. He currently teaches art criticism at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York.
Julie Evans is a New York City based Visual Artist with a focus on Painting and Drawing. She received her MFA from Brooklyn College in 1992, and has since shown her work extensively both here and abroad. She is the recipient of a Fulbright Senior Research Scholarship to India and has received residency fellowships to MacDowell, Yaddo, Tamarind Institute, and The Millay Colony. Recent solo and group exhibitions include those at Julie Saul Gallery, the Weatherspoon Art Museum, Jeff Bailey, Daniel Weinberg, and McKenzie Fine Art. Her work has been reviewed in The New York Times, Art in America, ArtForum, The NewYorker, Art on Paper, FlashArt, and elsewhere and is included in over two hundred private and public collections. Evans is a frequent Visiting Artist and Adjunct Lecturer at many Graduate and Undergraduate Programs in the US, France, and India. She is represented in New York by Julie Saul Gallery.