WORLD WEAVERS –– Soojin Chang
Soojin makes artwork that's both otherworldly and highly relevant, delving into themes such as bodily trauma, diaspora and human/animal relations.
WORLD WEAVERS –– Maria Luneva
A fellow Biophiliac, Maria Luneva caught our eye with her fantastic flora and fauna interactions as Supinatra.
WORLD WEAVERS –– Rachel Burnstein
If you couldn’t tell, we’re quite fond of all things medieval and one of the lasting gems from this period is stained glass. Yet, while we love the intricate designs of St. Denis, we’ve also fallen hard for Bad Glass, Rachel Burnstein’s playful, modern take on the medium.
WORLD WEAVERS –– Zoë Bleu
A romantic artist prone to expressive red strokes, Zoë Bleu is like a rose incarnate. Dipping into poetry, fashion, dance and acting, she’s a true Renaissance lady in both her multiple talents and archaic style.
WORLD WEAVERS –– Eric Leiser
With their power to turn mundane objects into poetic reflection, holography and stop motion animation have been two longtime obsessions. So when Eric Leiser, a master of both, offered to make a short film for Wyrd, we were ecstatic.
WORLD WEAVERS –– Micki Pellerano
Some people are like suns, orbited by groups of friends like planetary systems basking in their light and captivated by their gravitas. Micki Pellerano is one such solar being. His practices as an artist, occultist and astrologer have rooted him at the intersection of many circles in New York and beyond.