Baltimore-based collective strikeWare, a finalist for the 2020 Janet & Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize, is driven to rethink and breakdown tangible and intangible hierarchies. In conversation with Joy Davis, Manager of Adult and Community Program, its members discuss the collaborative process, the importance of creating art experiences in museums and other historic spaces, and using historic institutions as a catalyst for their work.
About the Artist
strikeWare lives on the line between human and user experience. Mollye Bendell creates digital and analog sculptures to connect with digital and analog worlds. Christopher Kojzar experiments with multimedia to convey messages about seeing and being seen. Jeffrey L. Gangwisch works with the interaction of digital and physical media with a focus on the human figure. Together, they work and play with VR/AR, time-based media, customized hardware, digital fabrication, and interactive media.