About the Artists

Felicity Palma: Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, Felicity is currently based in Durham, NC where she is the Post-MFA Teaching Fellow in Cinematic Arts at Duke University, and Film Programmer-at-Large for Nuova Orfeo and Massive Cinema. She holds a BA in Language Studies from UC Santa Cruz, an MA in European and Mediterranean Studies from New York University and an MFA in Experimental & Documentary Art from Duke University. Her work has been screened internationally at Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, Milwaukee Underground, Kinodot, Split Video Art Festival, Bideodromo, Harkat 16mm, Traverse Vidéo, ICDOCS, WUFF, among others.

Kate Robinson: Kate Robinson has a BA in Studio Art and Journalism from Queens University of Charlotte and received her MFA in Studio Art from University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She has shown work nationally and participated in various residencies, most recently at Stove Works in Chattanooga, TN. She has taught at High Point University, GTCC and most recently at UNCG.

Peat Szilagyi: is an interdisciplinary artist who was raised in Los Angeles in a Afro-Caribbean/Hungarian household. Szilagyi has travelled from Japan to Nigeria (and many places in-between) for site-specific projects, collaborations, and performances that commemorate the inexplicable, the unquantifiable, and richly anti-structured. Peat received their BA from Williams College and their MFA in Sculpture + Extended Media from Virginia Commonwealth University. They have recently spoken at various conferences on the intersections of psi, spirituality and aesthetics in Europe and Vietnam, and are currently working on programming emphasizing queer expression for femme-identifying artists in Kumasi Ghana.