About the Artists
Priscilla Dobler Dzul (’19) is an interdisciplinary artist, who creates multimedia installations and performances focus on reframing the context of America’s prideful nationalism while critiquing identity and examining the structures of power in our domestic lives. She uses historical research, representations of homes and changing taste in textiles across social classes to explore how colonization and ideological identification affect the social systemic structures of power through the creation of female roles and the derogatory use of the term women’s work. Her work has been exhibited domestically and internationally most recently she has shown at A.I.R Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; The Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA; Consulate of Mexico, Seattle, WA; The Northwest African American Museum, Seattle, WA; NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY; 125 Maiden Lane, NYC, NY and the Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle, WA.
Iva Radivojevic (’19) is a Brooklyn and Lesbos based filmmaker, writer, editor who spent her early years in Yugoslavia and Cyprus. Her films have screened at NYFF, SXSW, Rotterdam IFF, HotDocs, Museum of Modern Art (NYC), PBS, New York Times Op-Docs. She is the recipient of the 2017 Sundance Art of Non-Fiction Fellowship, 2015 Guggenheim Fellowship, 2011, 12, 17 Princess Grace Special Project Award and Film Fellowship and was named one of 25 New Faces of Independent Film by Filmmaker Magazine.