RYAN! Elizabeth Feddersen specializes in creating compelling site-specific installations and public artworks which invite people to consider our relationships to history, culture, the land, and our non-human-kin. She completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Cornish College of the Arts in 2009, and is now based in Tacoma, Washington. Feddersen grew up in Wenatchee and is an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, from the Okanogan and Arrow Lakes bands, and of mixed European descent. Her practice focuses on creative problem solving to address social issues through visual allegories that provide opportunities for exploration, introspection, epiphany. She investigates creative strategies to activate engagement through interactive materials, community sourced content, social practice, fun and humor. These approaches enable her work to start conversations about a broad spectrum of subjects and promote collective learning. Feddersen has created large-scale site-specific pieces and interactive installations throughout North America and has a growing body of permanent artworks in the public realm.


Brock Johnson joined the team as full-time studio manager in 2018 after supporting projects as far back as 2011. His role is multi-faceted. In addition to exhibition logistics and general studio administration, he provides project management services on public art projects. He serves a key oversight role in fabrication and installation as the lead contact for logistical partnerships. His experience in sales, logistics, team leadership, administration, and consulting, paired with his creative background make him an adept and versatile team member. In Brock’s personal art practice, he is a writer, musician, and historian with an interest in subversive education. He works to create and disrupt narrative in lyrics, essays, and speeches that emphasize imagination, understanding and kindness.