Aaron is a designer and architect living and working in Seattle. When not designing objects and spaces that function beautifully, he can be found in the kitchen or exploring the great outdoors with his family.
Cat is an artist and designer whose work has shown at Portland Art Museum, Henry Art Gallery, Dallas Contemporary and Boise Art Museum. She lives in Seattle with Aaron, their three children and dog.
Mary Coyne is a curator, writer and dancer ( in that order). She is a Research Associate in Contemporary Art at the Art Institute Chicago and was formerly an Exhibition Curatorial Assistant at the Walker Art Center (2016-2017) following a Research Fellowship (2014-2016) and held positions as a graduate intern at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (2012), the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, (2012), Los Angeles MOCA (2011). In 2014 she operated Pseudo Empire, a non-commercial project space in Brooklyn and has curated exhibitions in Los Angeles, New York and Minneapolis. Her writing has appeared in AfterImage, Artpulse, Droste Effect, the Journal for Curatorial Studies, and Museum and Curatorial Studies Review, among other publications. She is currently working on a group exhibition for Sixty Eight Art Institute in Copenhagen (2018). Mary holds a MA in Art (Curatorial Studies) from California State University, Long Beach and a BA in Art History from the University of Southern California.
Melissa E. Feldman is an independent curator and writer based in Seattle and Harrisburg, PA. She is a frequent contributor to Art in America, Frieze, Third Text, and Aperture, among other publications. Her recent exhibitions include Uses of History (2019), Push Play (2017), Another Minimalism: Art after California Light and Space (2015), The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Dance Rehearsal: Karen Kilimnik’s World of Ballet and Theatre (2012), organized by the Mills College Art Museum, Oakland, which travelled to the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, Afterglow: Rethinking California Light and Space Art (2010), Wiegand Gallery, Notre Dame de Namur University Art Gallery, Belmont, CA, and the Hearst Art Gallery at St. Mary’s College, Walnut Creek, CA, and Sampler: Textiles at Creative Growth (2007) at Creative Growth Art Center, Oakland. Feldman has taught at the Cornish College of the Arts, California College of Art, the San Francisco Art Institute, and Goldsmith’s College, London, and is credited with organizing the first monographic exhibitions in America for Kilimnik, Martin Kippenberger, and Hiroshi Sugimoto in the early 1990s as a curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia.
Once named "the Fastest Woman in International Motorsports" vis-a-vis a competitive sidecar racing career that toured her all over America and Europe, Holloway has hung up her calipers and concentrates now on giving back to a community that nourishes her. Dawna is the founder of studio e, a contemporary art space committed to exploring new territories in creative expression through a diverse program of exhibitions, talks and temporary in-situ projects.
Philippe Hyojung Kim
Philippe Hyojung Kim is a Nashville-brewed, Seattle-based artist. He is a current member of SOIL and a co-founder/curator of Specialist, both located in downtown Seattle's Pioneer Square. Philippe received his MFA in Painting from Central Washington University, and he currently lives and works in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle with his husband, Drew, and their dog, Jack.
Fionn is a curator, writer and thinker specializing in museums and non-profits. Meade most recently served as Senior Curator and Artistic Director at the Walker Art Center, and has been a curator at SculptureCenter, NY and the Henry Art Gallery, Seattle. He has lectured on contemporary artistic practice at Columbia University, CCS Bard, Cooper Union and at universities and arts institutions across the United States and internationally. Fionn splits his time between New York and Seattle.