TangenT is a collaborative dedicated to mixed-media, project-based, immersive art environments exploring socially relevant and politically current themes.
Gabrielle Russomagno received her MFA in photography from Yale University in 1989. She has exhibited nationally and internationally since 1985. Her work is included in many permanent collections including The Museum of Modern Art in New York. She chairs the Visual Arts Department at Germantown Academy in Fort Washington and is a visiting artist at Lafayette College in Easton, PA.
Yvonne Love received her MFA in sculpture from the University of Pennsylvania in 1994. A sculptor and installation artist, she exhibits her work nationally and is represented by Brenda Taylor Gallery in NY and Sidetracks Gallery in New Hope, PA. She is an Assistant Professor at Penn State Abington College.
William Cromar received his MFA from the University of Pennsylvania in 1994. He is an architect, animator and musician who has exhibited his work nationwide since 1983. The recipient of a Silver Medal at the 1983 International Biennial of Architecture in Sofia, Bulgaria, he was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts Grant, a Samuel Fleisher Art Memorial Challenge Exhibition and was a finalist for the Pew Fellowships in the Arts. He currently teaches at the Abington campus of Penn State University.
Mike 'Slo-Mo' Brenner has been a busy Philadelphia musician for the last 20 years, first surfacing as leader of the Low Road, an acoustic quintet that signed to Caroline Records for 2 discs in the 90's. Since then, he has shifted focus to steel guitar and worked with DJ's, MC's, rock bands, songwriters, and gurus in India. He has been a writer, producer, touring and session musician, journalist and booking agent and, most of all, willing collaborator in interesting and challenging projects.
Complete resumes of TangenT artists can be found in the Bio section of this website.