Mike Albo is a writer, performer and comedian. His solo shows include The Junket, Spermhood, and Please Everything Burst. He has written for the New York Times, New Yorker, Buzzfeed and many others. His novels include Hornito and The Underminer (written with Virginia Heffernan). He is also in the comedy trio Unitard, which performs regularly at Joe’s Pub.
Liz Collins is an artist who draws from the materials, processes, and techniques of fiber and textile media. Employing a range of materials, she incorporates vivid palettes and dynamic patterning to create work that varies in scale, from the object-based to the immersive and architectural, and straddles the divides between the functional, the decorative, and the expressive. Collins has had solo exhibitions at the Tang Museum, LMAKgallery, BGSQD, and Heller Gallery in New York; AMP in Provincetown, MA; and the Knoxville Museum of Art. Her work has been included in numerous exhibitions at art fairs, galleries and museums including Spring Break, NADA, ICA in Boston, MA, Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art; the Museum of FIT; the New Museum; MoMA, MAD, and Sargent’s Daughters, all in NYC, and September Gallery in Hudson, NY.
Precious Okoyomon is an artist and writer living and working in New York, NY. Okoyomon has performed at The Kitchen, New York, Artist’s Space, New York, and The Serpentine Galleries, London. Her first book Ajebota (2016) was published by Bottlecap Press, and her second book But Did U Die? is forthcoming from Birds LLC.
Sarah Zapata (b.1988 Corpus Christi, TX) is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Zapata examines gender and cultural performativity through the use of textiles, erotica, and performance. She has held one person exhibitions at the Museum of Arts and Design, El Museo del Barrio, and Deli Gallery in New York.