about the artists

kate casanova is an interdisciplinary artist who explores the “posthuman” through sculpture and video. her work challenges perceived binaries such as human/nonhuman and organic/synthetic to create an expanded view of what it means to be human. 

casanova has exhibited nationally and internationally at venues such as the barbican centre (london), le poisson rouge (new york), the weisman art museum (minneapolis), and the black cube nomadic museum (denver). she received an mfa from the university of minnesota in 2013 and a bfa from the minneapolis college of art & design in 2008. she is an assistant professor of sculpture at the university of denver.


sarah faye mcpherson is an artist and design engineer living in minneapolis, minnesota. she graduated with a bachelor of fine arts from the kansas city art institute and a master of fine arts from the minneapolis college of art and design. for the past eight years, mcpherson’s work has been focused on the digital milieu and what it means to be living in the ever-thinning space between the real and the digital. through 3d digital rendering, interactive virtual spaces, sculpture, and video, her work is heavily inspired by the social, political, and psychological effects of digital media.