Pulse is back (!!) and sending you new performance works in flux across those ear/eye waves.



Bobby English, Jr.

Bobby English, Jr. was born in Randallstown, MD in 1989. He studied at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and Studio Art Centers International in Florence, Italy. He received a BFA  from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2011. English lives and works between Baltimore, Maryland and Petersburg, VA.Since his first exhibition in 2011, English’s work has been shown in major Baltimore galleries, New York festivals, and Art Basel Miami in 2011. His  sculptures and performances are the subject of much praise, and have been shown in multiple exhibitions nationally. The goal of his art is to create an atmosphere for conversation, understanding, and ultimately compassion for all people.

Sarah Eargle

Sarah Eargle is a Baltimore-based artist currently pursuing her Masters of Fine Art at the University of Towson. Her work includes a diverse range of media, such as painting, sculpture, installation, animation, and performance. Past performances have explored loss and the socially prescribed “duties” of a grieving person.

Maddie Joan

Madeline Joan lives in Baltimore and does performance, puppetry and other weirdo art stuffs on the reg. She indulges in both collaborative and solo work, longs to explore themes of queerness, embodiment, self-hood and dissociation, is toying with the concept of people as puppets, and is currently learning to play the clarinet.


An ongoing performance art salon and event series created by member Carly J. Bales to provide a platform and incubation nest for new and experimental performance works in Baltimore. This year’s “Best Series” in Baltimore (Baltimore City Paper).