About Activity: Making Connections Installation Views Participants Press Release Findings Acknowledgements

Ruthie Ackerman
Jimmie Briggs
Elisabeth Eaves
Kofu Fosu Forson
Wesley Gibson
Deborah Greco
Mandy Keifetz
Lisa Levy
Rich Moskal
Robert Pearre
Justin Petropoulos
William Raden
David Ramm
Shaun Randol
Ron Richter
Luc Sante
Jose Antonio Vargas
Jeffrey Cyphers Wright

Danielle Durchslag makes large and small-scale portraits that look like paintings when photographed but are in fact constructed from hundreds of pieces of cut paper. Her work uses layered paper to explore the subtle, powerful process of human emotional development. As in human psychology, each new layer is crafted and informed by the one beneath it, to create a seemingly complete whole.

Danielle has exhibited throughout the United States, including shows at the Curatorial Research Lab at Foley Gallery, the Invisible Dog Gallery, and Yale University. Her work has been discussed in several publications, including Big Red and Shiny and The Huffington Post. She studied at Wellesley College, The Museum School of Fine Arts Boston, and New York University. She currently lives and works in New York City.

Davide Cantoni
Brian Dupont
Danielle Durchslag
Ryan Frank
Linda Griggs
Allen Hansen
David Hodges
Felicity Hogan
Isaiah King
Jillian Mcdonald
Marcie Paper
Robert Pearre
Duke Riley
Daniel Rosenbaum
Sarah Schmerler
Nicole Wittenberg
Nicole Zehr