Artist Exchange: Run(n) Shayo



Bio: Run Shayo
Is a performance based artist, creating interdisciplinary work that explores the struggle of an artist in post modern contexts, and the processes encountered. “I find my characters and their stories during researching archived TV melodramas, classic history films, and documentation of conceptualized Asian post modern performance art. The basic form of storytelling is what I strive to follow, yet, in the center of my exploration is the meaninglessness of structure in the face of a true improvised moment.”
Based in New York for the past 14 years, he has been creating his own work as well as collaborating with other artist, locally, and internationally. He presented his work in places as: The Irondale Center; Theater for The New City;  The Tank; The Brick; Triskelion arts; The Vox Populi Gallery; The Sophianale; Berlin; Lalikah Festival Finland, Hollins University, NACL, and others. He studied performance art back in his native Tel Aviv, Israel, and Film and Video at School for Visual Arts in New York. 



About mayacochrane

Maya Cochrane is interested in exploring the ephemeral and transitory aspects of daily life. These explorations take the form of photo documentation, instillation, collaborative work, writing, drawing and modeling. Formally trained in Architecture at the University of Manitoba followed by the Bartlett School of Architecture, Maya's philosophy is to operate between the thresholds of Architecture, Art, Instillation, Interaction & Design. Currently Maya is working in an Architecture practice and in her spare time is exploring the meditative practice of drawing and doodling at scales of 100mm square to 100cm square. Zentangle art.

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