Lisu Vega, initiated her career fully immerse into the visual art world. As an art student, she explored several art languages, specially graphic arts, which will lead her later to develops her own patterns as part of a whole process of investigation and exploration of concepts and ideas for each fashion-art project. Vega has launched comprehensive proposals to the Anglo-market, which have gained a great deal of attention from the Fashion and Art industry.
Maria Theresa Barbist and Elysa D. Batista are both locally based South Florida artists that collaborate as the BABA COLLECTIVE. They originally met at the Bakehouse Art Complex in Wynwood, FL during their individual artist residencies in 2016.
The idea of the BABA COLLECTIVE was born when in discussion of the diversity of artists that were found at the BAC, and other institutions in Miami, they realized the lack of archives providing the ability to access interviews of these individuals. Thus RCS: ROCKING CHAIRS SESSIONS was created. A publicly accessible forum where one could find individual recordings describing the professions, media, and life of South Florida based creatives.
Launching their collaborative endeavor in 2017, the BABA COLLECTIVE seeks to amass a window into the lives and process of SoFla based professionals in the arts.