CHLOË BASS, Director of SUPERFRONT Detroit, is an artist and community organizer based in Bushwick, Brooklyn. She is a core organizer for Arts in Bushwick (artsinbushwick.org), where she founded the SITE Fest and co-directs Bushwick Open Studios, named Best Open Studios in the City by the Brooklyn Rail. Recent artistic work has been seen at Conflux, the Emily Harvey Foundation Gallery, The Bushwick Starr, and The Work Office, among others. She also serves as the Communications and Outreach Specialist for Boswyck Farms (boswyckfarms.org), a hydroponic growing and science education project. She holds a BA in Theater Studies from Yale University, and is currently an MFA Candidate in Performance and Interactive Media Arts at Brooklyn College.
MITCH MCEWEN, SUPERFRONT Director and Founder, is Principal of thA Conglomerate, as well as a recipient of the The New York State Council on the Arts 2010 Independent Projects awards for Architecture, Planning and Design. The Akademie Schloss Solitude has granted her a residency fellowship in architecture for 2012-2013. Her architectural work has been published in Architectural Record and the New York Times, and her writing in African-American studies has been published in Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture and Society (IRAAS, Columbia University, 2007, 2009). Since founding SUPERFRONT in January 2008, she has curated more than fifteen exhibits and published 4 exhibition catalogues. In 2006, she was invited to join the adjunct faculty of Columbia GSAPP as Adjunct Assistant Professor to create a new cross-disciplinary course for urban planners and urban designers. She holds an M.Arch from Columbia GSAPP and A.B. from Harvard.