David Goodman is a graduate of Boston University (BFA) and of Indiana University (MFA). He lives and works as an artist in New York City. David has exhibited in New York, Berlin, Frankfurt and Basel. He is a recipient of the AIM (Artist in Marketplace) Residency Fellowship at the Bronx Museum of Art (2012) and also completed a residency-as-exhibition called Post-Studio Tales at District Foundation, Berlin (2012). David has written for BOMB Magazine and BlackBook Magazine, guest lectured at RISD and is an Executive Board member of Critical Voices / 21StProjects (NYC).
William Lamson lives and works in New York City. Recent solo exhibitions include A Certain Slant of Light ay University of Albany (2013); Action for the Delaware at Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver, Colorado (2013); and Mercy of the Waves at Whittier College in Whittier, California (2013); Selected group exhibitions include Light and Landscape at Storm King Art Center in Mountainville, New York (2012); No One Is An Island at LMCC Gallery at Governor’s Island in New York City (2011); and A Line Describing The Sun at Pierogi in Brooklyn, New York (2010). William received a B.A. degree from Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire in 2000 and an M.F.A. degree from Bard College Annandale-on-Hudson, New York in 2006..
Steed Taylor was educated at the University of North Carolina, American University and the Skowhegan School for Painting and Sculpture and his practice includes public art projects as well as work for gallery settings. His work has been shown around the country, including the Bronx Museum, the Mint Museum, the San Bernardino County Museum, and the Neuberger Museum of Art’s 2001 Biennial Exhibition of Public Art, as well as abroad. Some recent road tattoos have been commissioned for Washington DC, Navy Pier/Chicago IL, North Carolina Museum of Art, Riverside Park in NYC and as far away as Beijing.
Saul Melman holds a BFA from Vassar College and an MFA from Bard College. He is both an artist and an emergency room doctor, each practice informing each other through the acts of looking and listening. Saul’s sculptures, installations, performances and video works have been included in exhibitions at many cultural institutions including MoMA/PS1, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, The Whitney Museum of American Art and Socrates Sculpture Park as well as in numerous galleries. Saul has also created several large-scale projects at Burning Man, receiving grants from the Black Rock Art Foundation. He lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Heather L. Johnson earned her Master of Fine Arts from California College of the Arts in 2001. She has mounted three solo shows at Kesting/Ray (NYC), and her work has been seen in group shows at White Columns (NYC), Austin Museum of Art (TX), and in other galleries and museums around the United States, in Europe and in Japan. She has organized several exhibitions and collaborative projects, including Cracks in the Pavement: Gifts in the Urban Landscape, involving artists from around the world, and more recently, Love Letter, a collection of collaborative site-specific works presented in New York and Paris. Weehawken, NJ is her current home.
Megan Evans is a multidisciplinary artist, based in Melbourne, Australia, working in video, photography, sculpture, and installation. Her work engages with the nature of community and relationships, examining the role of art as a dynamic for social transformation. Megan’s new media work builds on a background in the traditional mediums of painting and drawing. Megan completed her MFA at the Victorian College of the Arts and her Doctorate of Philosophy at Victoria University. She has a long exhibition history has received many awards and grants including the Sir Ian Potter Award and the Wyndham Contemporary Art Prize. Just prior to her arrival at BoxoHOUSE, Megan was the Australia Arts Council Artist-in-Residence at the 2013 Liverpool Biennial.