Performances by New Humans (Mika Tajima and Howie Chen with Nick Phillips), Orphan, Bob Nickas, and Mark Ibold (Sonic Youth, Pavement). Art by Colby Bird, Jonah Groeneboer, Jacob Kassay, Andres Laracuente, Rachel Owens with Matthew Lusk and Lucy Raven, and John Powers.
- New Humans is Brooklyn-based artists Mika Tajima and Howie Chen. Under the New Humans moniker, they have worked with sound, video, sculpture, and installation in performances at such venues as Ballroom Marfa, the Whitney Biennial, and the Walker Art Center. They have collaborated with Vito Acconci, José León Cerrillo, Philippe Decrauzat, Matt Suib, and C. Spencer Yeh, among others.
- Bob Nickas
- Mark Ibold
- Colby Bird
- Jonah Groeneboer
- Jacob Kassay
- Andres Laracuente is a New York–based artist working primarily with moving image, performance, sculpture, and photography.
- Rachel Owens lives and works in Brooklyn and is represented by ZieherSmith gallery. She received her MFA from the Art Institute of Chicago in 1999 and was awarded a fellowship by Socrates Sculpture Park in 2007. She has previously exhibited at Bellwether Gallery, Jack the Pelican Presents, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, and apexart.
- Matthew Lusk is an artist based in Brooklyn.
- Lucy Raven is an artist who works with animation, installation, sound, and the live format of the illustrated lecture. Her films and installations have been shown internationally, most recently in solo exhibitions at the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York; Portikus, Frankfurt; and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco. She is cofounder, with Victoria Brooks and Evan Calder Williams, of Thirteen Black Cats, a research and production collective. She currently lives and works in New York and teaches at Cooper Union and the School of Visual Arts.
- John Powers was born in Chicago and now lives in Brooklyn. His artwork has been shown at MoMA PS1, Exit Art, the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, the Swiss Institute, CUE Art Foundation, and the Brooklyn Museum, among others.