Jessie Horning

is a mixed-media artist. She received her BFA from Kutztown University, and is currently the Graduate Assistant of Printmaking at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA. Horning uses drawing, printmaking, painting, sewing and woodwork to create her mixed media prints, objects, and installations.

Horning’s work is influenced by an interest in skewing the familiar to make it strange. Recently, the tablescape has been a major source of inspiration. Horning works within this space to explore themes of domestic life, food, and family.

She is currently working on a series of mixed media pieces that seek to create a surreal visual narrative of people, processes, and philosophies connected with farming. When she isn’t making art, Horning enjoys looking at cats, growing plants, and collecting decorative textiles.

Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung

was born in Hong Kong and is now living and working in New York. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Arts degree from San Francisco State University. His work has been exhibited at the New Museum, New York; Yerba Buena Center Of The Arts, San Francisco; Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, California; Sundance Film Festival, Park City, Utah; Postmasters Gallery, New York; Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, Bradford, United Kingdom; Urbis, Manchester, United Kingdom; Hebbel Am Ufer theatre, Berlin, Germany and ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Denmark.

He has received several awards throughout his career, including Tribeca Film Institute Media Arts Fellowships, the “VIPER International Award- Internet” in Switzerland and “Honorary Mention- Net Excellence” in the 2002 Prix Ars Electronica. His work has been reviewed in The New York Times, Art In America, The Village Voice, Libération, Le Monde, El Pais, Spiegel and La Repubblica among many others.

Hung is represented by Postmasters Gallery in New York, U.S.A. and Galerie Guy Bärtschi in Geneva, Switzerland.

www.TinKin.com

Sanh Brian Tran

received his J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of Law, and broke his first-generation Vietnamese parents’ hearts by quitting his attorney profession to become a photographer.

Tran is influenced by his immigrant working-class background, and explores themes of identity and class through fashion, taste, and aesthetics.

He moved from San Francisco, California, to a small town in central Pennsylvania, and is currently working on a series of self-portraits that explores what it means to be non-White and gay in rural America.

Tran is normally pragmatic and risk-averse.