Mykitas Epoch -Tea Cakes

CV Peterson

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“Mykitas Epoch – Tea Cake” A mycelium treat garnished in botanical dyes and precious metals. A nouveau approach for any plastic-laden soiree. Sustainability is so in vogue. Fungus donated by Ecovative Design, a company that uses it as a bio-alternative to Styrofoam.

Dimensions: 2.5 x 5 x 5”
Material: Fungus, precious metals, botanical dyes, porcelain plate


CV Peterson
(Chicago/Eau Claire, WI)

CV Peterson (Eau Claire/Chicago) is a multidisciplinary artist who combines scientific exploration and art to examine human-caused environmental devastation. Their work takes a whimsically dark and playful view of what the planet would be like after humanity is extinct.

CV has exhibited at the CICA Museum in South Korea, the Shanghai Zhu Qizhan Art Museum in China, the Chicago Architecture Biennial, the Nobel Conference on Climate Change hosted by Gustavus Adolphus College, and was toured through Europe by Universal Sea. They have performed at international performance festivals such as, Out of Site Chicago, The Performance Arcade in New Zealand, and Detroit’s Forward Fringe Festival. They were in residency at Arteles Creative Center, Haukijärvi, Finland. Their current series of fungal sculptures are sponsored by Ecovative Design.

They received their MFA and BFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, as well as a BA from Gustavus Adolphus College where they graduated Magna Cum Laude and received Phi Beta Kappa. They have mentored under Eduardo Kac, Roberto Sifuentes, Lin Hixson, and Tricia Van Eck. CV has curated Eco Art exhibitions in Chicago and Eau Claire, WI. They currently teach at UW-EC in the Honors Department. They are the founder of Envisage Retreat."available and accessible for those who are disenfranchised, particularly for dispossessed immigrants of color.

In her work Han Sifuentes confronts social and racial injustices against the disenfranchised and riffs off of official institutions and bureaucratic processes to reimagine new, inclusive, and humanized systems of civic engagement and belonging. Doing this by creating participatory and active environments where safety, play, and skill-sharing are emphasized. Even though many of her projects are collaborative and communal in nature, they incite and highlight individual’s experiences, politics, and voice.