REBECCA NIEDERLANDER is a visual artist living in Los Angeles, CA. With her specific interest in the relationships between architecture, the domestic world, and the individual, her site-specific sculptural installations address the individual within the larger community, as well as the micro and macro nature of ego, movement, and place-holding. Recent projects have included The Agency of Community Redevelopment Explores the Bottom of the Well in Search of Something Nutritious, including sound and multiple large scale sculptural elements about Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, and The Gravitational Pull of Satellites and Eclipses, a site-specific project for the Los Angeles International Airport consisting of 185 wire sculptures suspended along a 192-foot concourse. Niederlander is a recipient of grants from the National Endowment of the Arts, the Durfee Foundation, Pasadena Arts Alliance, and the Cornell University Council of Creative and Performing Arts. She assisted in curating Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Color and Fire: Defining Moments in Studio Ceramics, 1950-2000. She serves as an advisor to the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, CA; and holds an MFA from UCLA, a BFA from California College of the Arts, and a BA from Southeast Missouri State University. She is married with one daughter.

IRIS ANNA REGN has worked in several major architecture offices in Los Angeles before starting her own interdisciplinary, collaborative design practice. Regn's work varies widely in scale but is united by a conceptual approach to each project; her range of projects includes the design of buildings, interiors, and products; developing environmental graphics; curating, programming, and designing exhibitions. With Durfee Regn Sandhaus, she has won awards for exhibitions in museums including The Hammer Museum, LACMA, The Huntington, and the International Center of Photography. She recently finished a sign system for Gallery Row in downtown Los Angeles with DurfeeRegn and Brian Roettinger, and is currently remodeling galleries and designing a permanent exhibition for the Banning Museum in Wilmington, CA. Regn is on the board of the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design and holds a BA from Smith College and an M Arch from the Southern California Institute of Architecture, SCI-Arc.