Noelle Garcia and José Santiago Pérez present recent work that uses traditional craft processes to transform everyday objects and materials into exuberant works of contemporary art. Based in the Chicago area, Noelle Garcia is an artist and educator who focuses on themes of identity, family history and recovered narratives in her work. She is an indigenous artist from the Klamath and Paiute tribes from Oregon and Nevada. José Santiago Pérez is a Chicago based artist from Los Angeles and is a 2019-2020 HATCH resident at the Chicago Artist Coalition. He has participated in group shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Boston. Solo exhibitions of his craft based sculptures and hangings have been presented at Roman Susan Art Foundation, Ignition Project Space, and Wedge Projects in Chicago.