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2014 MIX NYC Festival T-Shirts

Barbara Hammer - 1

Barbara Hammer: click here to purchase on ebay! 

Barbara Hammer is a visual artist working primarily in film and video. She has made over 80 moving image works in a career that spans 40 years. She is considered a pioneer of queer cinema.

She was honored with a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2013. She has also been awarded a Marie Walsh Sharpe artist studio; retrospectives at The Museum of Modern Art in New York City, The Tate Modern in London, The Jeu de Paume in Paris and the Toronto International Film Festival. Her work has been included in film festivals internationally, as well as the Whitney Museum of American Art Biennials.

She lives and works in New York City and Kerhonkson, New York. Her work is represented by the gallery Koch Oberhuber Woolfe in Berlin, Germany.




L.J. Robertsclick here to purchase on ebay! 

L.J. Roberts is an artist of multiple practices. Their studio practice primarily consists of large-scale site-specific knitted installations created with children’s toy knitting cranks and incredibly detailed embroideries that explore the intersections of feminist queer and trans politics, activism, collective action, community, and protest. They also maintain a critical writing practice that bridges craft and queer theory. L.J. is in the upcoming show Alien She that opens at The Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University. Alien She will travel to Vox Populi in Philadelphia, Yerba Buena Center for The Arts in San Francisco, the Orange County Museum of Art, and the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland.

Most recently their work was included in 40 Under 40: Craft Futures at The Renwick Gallery of The Smithsonian Museum of American Art, After My Own Heart at the Oakville Galleries in Toronto, Canada and Not Over: 25 Years of Visual AIDS at La Mama Galleria in New York City. Their work was shown in Disobedient Objects at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in the summer of 2014.

L.J. was the past recipient of several notable honors including the Ian Crawford Memorial Award, The Ora Mary Pelham Poetry Prize, the Toni Lowenthal Memorial Scholarship, a Murphy Cadogan Fellowship, the Dennis Leon Award, and a Craft Research Fund Graduate Grant from the Center for Craft, Creativity and Design. Their work has been written about in such publications as The New York Times,, ART News, ARTPULSE, American Craft, Hyperallergic, Hand/Eye Magazine Surface Design Journal and The Journal of Modern Craft among other publications.

L.J.’s piece The Queer Houses of Brooklyn in the Three Towns of Breukelen, Boswyck and Midwout During the 41st Year of the Stonewall Era was accessioned into the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Museum of American Art in 2012.

Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, they currently live and work in Brooklyn, NY.

 2013 MIX NYC Festival T-Shirts

Karen Finley - BlueKaren Finley: click here to purchase on ebay! 

Karen Finley is a New York based artist whose raw and transgressive performances have long provoked controversy and debate. She was notably one of four performance artists whose grants from the National Endowment for the Arts were vetoed in 1990 by John Frohnmayer after Senator Jesse Helms condemned the agency under issues of “decency.” Finley is currently a professor at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.

Stephen Lack - FrontStephen Lack: click here to purchase on ebay! 

As described by Charlie Finch in Artnet, Stephen Lack is “a legendary polysexual sybarite of the East Village scene, a nonstop blabber, full of philosophical insights, who learned to act [he played the lead in 1981’s Scanners] with other lowlifes on the streets of his hometown of Montreal. He has been a movie star, a libertine, a devoted family man and a prickly cat in a cool alley, but Stephen Lack remains a painter of particular genius and depth.” Lack lives and works in New York.

Scott Treleaven - FrontScott Treleaven: click here to purchase on ebay! 

Celebrated Canadian collagist, filmmaker, and multidisciplinary virtuoso Scott Treleaven is an ardent advocate for the socially transformative power of queer culture. Often drawing upon an occult and punk aesthetic, his work has showed at renowned institutions around the world. All ten issues of Treleaven’s The Salvation Army (1996-1994), the infamous zine foundational to the queercore/homocore underground, have recently been anthologized in The Salvation Army Black Book by from Printed Matter and Art Metropole, with prefaces by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge of Throbbing Gristle and Scott Treleaven.