Sharilyn Neidhardt is a Brooklyn-based visual artist. She blends her experiences as a photojournalist and as a paintmaker into her work depicting experiences of urban life. She was a core member of glowlab and created the Human Scale Chess Game which was played in several North American cities. With artist Sal Randolph, Ms Neidhardt toured in the musical act Weapons of Mass Destruction, for which she composed several songs. Sharilyn is a co-founder of the artists' community trans-cen-der, which meets monthly in Brooklyn. She writes for Drawing New York and is an assistant curator at Friday Studio Gallery. She’s an avid cyclist, loves midnight movies, and speaks only a little German.