Marilyn Zimmerman is a photography/installation/performance artist and curator and an associate professor of the Department of Art and Art History, Wayne State University, Detroit. She is also a post-modern post hippie anticensorship feminist working in collaborative communitarian projects envisioning an urban utopia Her interrelated and often collaborative social documentary projects involve re-envisioning and transforming societal patterns inclusive of race/class/gender, the urban past, the (post) nuclear family and the representation of aging and women. Her work in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, The ABN-AMRO Bank of Amsterdam, the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England.
Bob Sickles is invested in both traditional and digital photo practices and specializes in the mapping of 3 Dimensional spaces both real and imagined into 2 Dimensional visualizations. He is an alumni of Wayne State University's Department of Art and Art History, a WSU Master of Library and Information Science Candidate and currently teaching at WSU.