Susana Pineda

MFA 2 - Music

The Mermaid

The Mermaid is a collaborative music video and one of the 6 pieces of my thesis project "Inner Creatures." "Inner Creatures" explores the development motivations, characteristics and environments of the different sub-personalities within the psyche. "The Mermaid" is the sub-personality that deals with the emergence of sexuality, sexual identity, femininity and the need for self-determination.

Susana Pineda: music composition, vocals and art direction

Camilo Ramirez, video director, video projections and video editing

Natalia Lassalle, photography director, camera

Nikki Nistal, dancer

Sky Spiegel, choreographer

Zhen Zhen Zhong, costume design and makeup

Nicolas Maldonado, production assistant

Duncan Stever, music production, mixing, synths and drum programing

Kevin Moran, world percussion

Josh Turner, electric bass

https://www.susanapineda.com/

Xiaoyun Zeng

This project aims to discuss what’s the function of space, to explore the relationship between objects’ physical movements and spatial configuration in a different way, and to consider how we search/use/limit/share the space for a different purpose. The artist takes a dynamic sculpture approach to investigate the realm between visible the invisible. The purpose is […]

Vanessa Kwan

Ernestine and Delilah navigate their love in an apocalyptic world. Collaborators: Claire Brnjac https://vanessakwan.art/

Sonia Vargas

Lights of a carousel illuminating the dark sky https://syvargas470.wixsite.com/website

Katherine Shea

A horror comedy audio drama podcast. Georgie Romero, a zombie, has risen from the grave, driven to solve the mystery of her former human life with the help of an inept witch and a cynical ghost. Rachel Greenberg, producer/co-writer/co-producer Socks Whitmore, producer/lead actor Evan Johnson, composer/sound engineer Elliot Yokum, sound design

Eyvind Kang

A class album and some videos Nina Flagg, Medusa

Madison Hicks

“Still Growing” is a short solo created in the restrictions of my home surrounded around a stool. It is a study on time and growth, striving to show that we are “still growing” in this time of quarantine.