Alicia is a multimedia/performance artist working with algorithms, sound, video, and data to question notions of self and the interpersonal in a networked age.
Artist and sex educator Kate Dawson explores ideas of self-love, self-care, embodied knowledge, queer identity, and sexuality. She employs feminist performance art methods,…
As an artist/activist, Eleanor explores the embodied experience(s) of the Black female as Other in the United States regarding colorism, racial passing, hair politics, and sexuality…
Eleanor Kipping is a Maine-native and currently resides in Orono, ME where she is an Intermedia MFA Candidate and Dick Higgins Fellow at the University of Maine. Eleanor has a B.S. in Video and Entertainment Production from the New England School of Communications (2011) where she was awarded Outstanding Achievement in Video Production. As an […]
The opening reception for Without Borders XV: Between You and Me on May 17 will be followed by a performance by Alicia Champlin in the Innovative Media Research and Commercialization Center AP/PE Space at 7:30 p.m. Alicia is based in Orono, Maine, having also made homes of Portland, Maine; Boston, Massachusetts; Tokyo, Japan; and the […]