Bonanza is the collaborative practice of Conrad Guevara, Lindsay Tully, and Lana Williams. Their work draws upon the artists' respective experiences as a filmmaker, sculptor, and painter and centers around issues of identity and authorship. Bonanza's diverse projects have included installation, film and fashion. The artists regularly employ abstraction, performance and humor and often times use their projects as a platform for others. Bonanza’s work has been exhibited at Alter Space, City Limits, 100% Gallery, n/a, Royal Nonesuch Gallery, Interface, The Niad Art Center, Southern Exposure and The di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art. Their work has been written about by SFAQ, Art Practical, Curiously Direct, and the East Bay Express. The artists have produced several films, including their first film, The Initiation, a horror film that satirizes the rise of big tech in San Francisco and The Drought which investigates the effects (real and imagined) of the water crisis. They are currently the 2018 Artists in Residence at the San Francisco Recology Center.