House of Trees is an arts collective working to expand the public appreciation and understanding of contemporary art through the production of murals, performances, installations, and other high-visibility publicly engaged artworks. House of Trees' projects are interventions in unpredictable sites, curated for both specific audiences and the larger public. House of Trees has mounted projects nationally and internationally with venues including the Kimmel Center in New York City; the Hotel Tropicana in San Antonio, Texas; and The Watermill Center in Water Mill, New York, among others.
Jennifer Khoshbin is an artist and curator. She has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States, including: Southwest School of Art and Craft, TX, Rose and Radish Gallery, SF; Bellevue Arts Museum, WA; UPPERCASE, Canada; Artstream, NH; 360SEE, Chicago; and Tinlark Gallery in LA. Her work has been published and written about widely, including publications such as Newsweek, Readymade, House Beautiful, Glamour, HGTV, and Spaces, and six different art and craft books. Her most recent public art installation is showcased in Hemisfair’s Yanaguana Gardens, entitled Sideshow. Khoshbin graduated with degrees in Sociology and Art from the University of Kentucky and currently owns and operates Ruby’s Lounge, where she sells her sculptures internationally.
Amy Khoshbin is a Brooklyn-based artist merging performance, video, collage, costume and sound. She has shown at venues such as Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), Leila Heller Gallery, Mana Contemporary, Times Square Arts, National Sawdust, and festivals such as River to River and South by Southwest. She has received residencies at spaces such as The Watermill Center, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Anderson Ranch, and Banff Centre for the Arts. She is a 2017 Franklin Furnace recipient and has received a Rema Hort Mann Artist Community Engagement Grant. Khoshbin has bachelor's degrees in Film and Media Studies from the University of Texas at Austin and a master's degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at New York University. She has collaborated with Laurie Anderson, Karen Finley, Tina Barney, and poets Anne Carson and Bob Currie among others.
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