top of page

We are a collective of creative practitioners of various specializations including graphic design, digital video, book arts, photography, installation and performance. We create open-ended collaborations with other artists and art institutions on feminist issues.

ARZU OZKAL (she/her/ella) is a Turkish born, San Diego, California based artist, designer, and researcher. Ozkal's practice is committed to fostering collaboration and inclusivity while critically engaging with social and cultural issues. She is a graphic design professor at San Diego State University. She holds an MFA from the University at Buffalo, SUNY and a BFA from Bilkent University. Ozkal's work has been exhibited and recognized globally, with her pieces being included in collections across the country.

NANETTE YANNUZZI was born in El Paso, Texas. She received her MFA from The University of California, San Diego, during which time she was also a fellow at the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program. She received her BFA from The Cooper Union School of Art and Science, and an Associates Degree from Bucks County Community College. Her work has been shown in the United States, South America, and Istanbul. She is based in Oberlin, Ohio and teaches at Oberlin College. Her work is comprised of actions, deliberations, collaborations, and writings that respond or dialog with the social and personal machinations of the everyday.

Home Affairs with Martha Wilson during Creative Time Summit DC: Occupy The Future, 2016.

Home Affairs often collaborate with amazing makers, thinkers, and creatives:  

Claudia Costa Pederson, Özlem Özkal, Michael Ryibicki, Scott Carpenter

Platforms of social exchange
bottom of page