Lisa Lipton is a Maritime-born multidisciplinary visual artist and musician who received her MFA from the University of Windsor and BFA from NSCAD University. She has attended multiple residencies and exhibited nationally and internationally in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Windsor, Winnipeg, New York, Detroit, Texas, Berlin, Amsterdam, and was shortlisted for the 2015 Sobey Art Award. THE IMPOSSIBLE BLUE ROSE has recently been exhibited at the Southern Alberta Gallery in Lethbridge; Diagonale Gallery, Montreal; and The New Gallery, Calgary. She is currently based in Calgary, Alberta.

Katie Bethune-Leamen works in sculpture and installation. Recent solo exhibitions include: Hair did. Nails did. Keep everything did. (Gustav von Aschenbach) (DNA, London, ON), dango emoji (Richard Rhodes Dupont Projects, Toronto), and Shiny, Object, Person. (Art Gallery of Ontario); group exhibitions at Thames-Side Gallery (London, UK), Susan Hobbs Gallery (Toronto), and others. Recent residencies include: the Canada Council for the Arts Paris Residency and Fogo Island Arts among others. Her writing has appeared in Canadian Art, C Magazine and Border Crossings. She is based in Toronto, Ontario.
Catherine Telford-Keogh works in sculpture and video. She has exhibited nationally and internationally at Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran, Montreal; Seattle Art Museum, Washington; Bronx Museum, NYC; Vox Populi, Pennsylvania; Greenpoint Film Festival, Brooklyn, NYC; and has mounted solo exhibitions at Roberta Palen, Toronto; and Evans Contemporary, Peterborough. She holds an MFA in Sculpture from Yale School of Art and an MA in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies from Yale University; and completed her BA in Fine Arts with a minor in Women’s Studies at the University of Waterloo. She lives and works in Toronto.