Local artist Melissa Yes makes objects, installations, video art, and performances that address the production and consumption of American bodies, landscapes, and cultural narratives.
Many BMA employees are also artists and creatives outside of their Museum work. Check out this episode of Artists in Quarantine, featuring our very own, Zachary A. Edison. In this interview, Edison, a multidisciplinary artist and preparator at the BMA, gives us insight into his process and aesthetic.
For this episode of Artists in Quarantine, local artist Helga Mendoza (@helgamendoza) details her unique artistic journey to Birmingham as an immigrant from Bogota, Colombia. Mendoza’s work focuses on community, youth arts education, and multidisciplinary installations.
Nature is the inspiration behind Birmingham artist Celeste Amparo Pfau’s work. Learn more in our latest Artists in Quarantine video.
This Artists in Quarantine interview features a conversation with Birmingham artist Doug Baulos (@doug_baulos), who creates mixed media installations using found objects as well as homemade textiles and pigments.