Contributors

Triple Canopy has worked with several hundred writers, artists, researchers, activists, architects, curators, educators, lawyers, scientists, and other outstanding people whose accomplishments cannot be circumscribed by profession and whose value cannot be expressed in list form. We are extraordinarily grateful to them.

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Michele Abeles

Michele Abeles lives and works in New York. Her work has appeared in exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; White Columns, New York, MoMA PS1 as well as "ReMap3" in Athens. She received an MFA in photography from Yale University (2007) and a Rema Hort Mann Visual Arts grant (2010). In April of 2013 she will present her second solo exhibition at 47 Canal, New York.

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Louis Abelman

Louis Abelman is a filmmaker living in Brooklyn.

Abraham Adams

Abraham Adams is an editor of Ugly Duckling Presse. Formerly the associate editor of Zone Books and assistant director of the Invisible Dog Art Center, he now works for Artforum. His collaboration with Karin Schneider, Homage to Michael Asher: Installation for a Photograph opened at Galerie Barbara Weiss in August.

Vahram Aghasyan

Vahram Aghasyan is an artist living and working in Armenia. His work has been shown at the Tenth International Istanbul Biennial; Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, in Helsinki; the First Contemporary Art Biennale of Thessaloniki; and the Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art.

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Rahel Aima

Rahel Aima is a writer and editor living in Brooklyn. She is beginning a collaborative exploration of technomagicalities, called Duende.

Eda Akaltun

Eda Akaltun is a London-based artist from Istanbul. Her work has been published in the Telegraph, Laurence King Publishing, Creative Review, Time Out, and Cent. In 2009, she was short-listed for a V&A Illustration Award. She is a founding contributor to Nobrow, a new illustration-publishing venture based in East London.

Yelena Akhtiorskaya

Yelena Akhtiorskaya is currently at work on a novel and a collection of stories. She lives in New York City.

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Azra Akšamija

Azra Akšamija is a Sarajevo-born artist and architectural historian and is currently an assistant professor at MIT's program in art, culture, and technology. Akšamija’s work investigates the ability of art and architecture to facilitate transformative mediation in cultural and political conflicts, and in so doing provide a framework for researching, analyzing, and intervening in contested situations and places. Her recent projects have focused on the representation of Islamic identities in the West, spatial mediation of identity politics, and cultural pedagogy through art and architecture.

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Sophia Al-Maria

Sophia Al-Maria is based in Doha, Qatar, where she is a contributing editor of Bidoun magazine and Gulf Collection Curator at the soon-to-be-opened-and-renamed Arab Museum of Modern Art. She is currently writing a book for Harper Perennial entitled Dune Coon or Al-Amerikiya, depending on her mood at deadline.

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Kristen Alfaro

Kristen Alfaro is a PhD student in the Department of Cinema Studies at New York University. Her research on the development of Anthology Film Archives has been published in The Moving Image, the Journal of the Association of Moving Image Archivists. She has also contributed to n +1.

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Gwen Allen

Gwen Allen is a writer, researcher, and assistant professor of art history at San Francisco State University. Her book Artists’ Magazines: An Alternative Space for Art was published by MIT Press in March.

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Michael Almereyda

Michael Almereyda is a filmmaker living in New York and Los Angeles. His films include Another Girl Another Planet, Nadja, Hamlet, William Eggleston in the Real World, and Paradise.

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Anna Altman

Anna Altman is a writer, editor, and translator based in New York and previously Triple Canopy's editorial and production coordinator. Her writing has appeared in Frieze, Art in America, and Art Asia Pacific, among others.

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Ambergris

Ambergris is a band conducting spelunking tours into fluorescent lagoons of narrative imagination. Citing influences from Gilbert and Sullivan to Flipper, Ambergris has performed its "Anti-Matter Cabaret" in locations such as the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, Issue Project Room in New York, and the Fumetto Festival in Lucern, Switzerland.

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Nathalie Anglès

Nathalie Anglès is cofounder and executive director of Residency Unlimited, a New York-based nonprofit arts organization that fosters customised residencies for artists and curators through strategic partnerships with collaborating institutions. From 2000 until 2008, she was the director of Location One’s international residency program. In 2008 she received the title of Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters from the French government.

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Andy Antippas

Andy Antippas is a former professor of English literature and has been director of Barrister's Gallery in New Orleans since 1978.

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Cory Arcangel

Cory Arcangel

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Mario Aspland

Mario Aspland is a freelance photographer in Gómez Palacio, Mexico.

Astrom/Zimmer

Astrom/Zimmer is a Zurich-based design studio. Anthon Astrom and Lukas Zimmer began working together in 2007, when they initiated the Café Society Project, which investigates frameworks for reading, writing, and organizing information on-screen and in print. In 2011, they founded Astrom/Zimmer studio, which works in research, design, and software development. In the past five years, Astrom and Zimmer have won the Swiss Federal Design Award twice, among other accolades.

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Anthony Auerbach

Anthony Auerbach

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David Auerbach

David Auerbach lives in New York with several thousand books. He is a writer and software engineer.

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Rachel Aviv

Rachel Aviv is a writer based in Brooklyn and a former Triple Canopy contributing editor. Her writing has appeared in Harper's, the Nation, and the New York Times Magazine.

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Anand Balakrishnan

Anand Balakrishnan

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Taylor Baldwin

Taylor Baldwin is an artist living in Richmond, Virginia, and a former Triple Canopy contributing editor. His work deals with life in the desert, the specter of imminent catastrophe, and the subtle touches of geology, primarily through sculptural installation, drawing, and video.

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Jesse Ball

Jesse Ball is the author of Samedi the Deafness (Vintage, 2007), The Way Through Doors (Vintage, 2009), and March Book (Grove, 2004). In 2008, he won the Plimpton Prize for a novella, The Early Deaths of Lubeck, Brennan, Harp & Carr.

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Bidisha Banerjee

Bidisha Banerjee is based in San Francisco and Kolkata. She is working on a book about the life, death, and afterlives of the Ganga.

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Mary Jo Bang

Mary Jo Bang

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My Barbarian

My Barbarian is a collective consisting of Malik Gaines, Jade Gordon and Alexandro Segade, founded in Los Angeles in 2000. My Barbarian's interdisciplinary performance, video, music and installation projects use fantasy, humor, camp, and clashing aesthetic sensibilities to playfully reenact artistic, political, social, and historical situations.

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Anne Barliant

Anne Barliant is a poet, critic, and scholar and a lecturer at Wesleyan University. He is the author of Another Future: Poetry and Art in a Postmodern Twilight.

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Claire Barliant

Claire Barliant is a Brooklyn-based writer whose writing has appeared in the New Yorker, Afterall, Artforum, and Modern Painters.

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John Barlow

John Barlow is a British writer. His work spans literary fiction, travelogue, crime fiction, and, most recently, dystopian adventure for young readers. He currently lives in Spain.

Reed Barrow

Reed Barrow

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Shumon Basar

Shumon Basar

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Martina Batan

Martina Batan is director at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts. Her interests as a collector and independent curator include outsider and self-taught art.

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Joshua Bauchner

Joshua Bauchner is a researcher and writer living in Brooklyn.

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Erica Baum

Erica Baum lives and works in New York. She has had solo exhibitions at Bureau, New York; Lüttgenmeijer, Berlin; and Circuit, Lausanne. Past group exhibitions include “Subject, Index,” at Malmö Konstmuseum, Sweden. Her work will be included in the upcoming group exhibition “Postscript: Writing after Conceptual Art,” at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, and the 2012 São Paulo Bienal. Her work was included in the book Vitamin Ph: New Perspectives in Photography, edited by T. J. Demos (Phaidon Press, 2006). Her artist’s books include Dog Ear (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2011), with essays by Kenneth Goldsmith and Beatrice Gross, Sightings (onestar press, 2011), and Bbabaubaumbaudevin (Regency Arts Press, 2012).

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Muharem Bazdulj

Muharem Bazdulj was born in 1977 in Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina (formerly Yugoslavia). He has published several novels and award-winning short story collections, including Druga knjiga (2000), which was translated into English and published as The Second Book in 2005 by Northwestern University Press. Bazdulj’s work has been featured in international anthologies such as The Wall In My Head, published on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, and Best European Fiction 2012, published by Dalkey Archive Press and edited by Aleksandar Hemon. His short stories and essays have appeared in World Literature Today, Creative Nonfiction, Habitus, and Absinthe, among other literary reviews.

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Kurt Beals

Kurt Beals is a PhD student in German at the University of California, Berkeley, focusing on modern German literature, translation, and critical theory. His translation of Anja Utler's engulfenkindle was published by Burning Deck in 2010. His translation of Regina Ullmann's short-story collection The Country Road is forthcoming from New Directions.

Thomas Beard

Thomas Beard is a founder and director of Light Industry.

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Colin Beattie

Colin Beattie

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Martin Beck

Martin Beck 's recent exhibitions and projects include “Presentation” at 47 Canal in New York and “the particular way in which a thing exists” at Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery, Concordia University, Montreal, (2012), contributions to the 29th São Paulo and the 4th Bucharest Biennales (2010), and “Panel 2—‘Nothing better than a touch of ecology and catastrophe to unite the social classes….’” at Gasworks in London (2008) and at the Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery at Columbia University, New York (2009). Beck is the author of an Exhibit viewed played populated (2005), About the Relative Size of Things in the Universe (2007), and the editor of The Aspen Complex (2012).

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Priscilla Becker

Priscilla Becker

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Michael Bell-Smith

Michael Bell-Smith is an artist and musician based in Brooklyn. His work has been exhibited and screened internationally, at venues including MoMA PS1, the Museum of Modern Art, the New Museum, and the Museum of the Moving Image, New York City; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the 2008 Liverpool Biennial; the 5th Seoul International Media Biennale; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid; Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C.; Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris; and Tate Liverpool. His work has been featured in Artforum, Art in America, and the New York Times. As a member of the punk band Professor Murder, Bell-Smith performed throughout the US and Europe.

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Zoe Beloff

Zoe Beloff is an artist living in New York. Her work has been featured in international exhibitions and screenings at venues such as the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), the Museum of Modern Art (New York), the Freud Dream Museum (St. Petersburg), and the Pompidou Center (Paris). Beloff has been awarded fellowships and grants from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts, and the Jerome Foundation. She teaches at Queens College.

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Lene Berg

Lene Berg is a Norwegian artist and filmmaker currently based in Berlin. Her work includes films, installations, books and collages, and has been shown at, among other places, Whitechapel gallery in London, Art in General in New York as well as at the Sydney Biennale, The Taipei Biennale, Transmediale Berlin and Manifesta. 

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Caroline Bergvall

Caroline Bergvall is a writer and artist of French-Norwegian origins and currently based in London. She works across art forms, media, and languages, and her projects alternate between books, audio pieces, collaborative performances, and language installations. For 2012-2013, Bergvall was awarded the Judith Wilson Fellowship in Poetry and Drama from the University of Cambridge. Her most recent book is Meddle English (Nightboat, 2011), and her DVD compilation Gh<>st Pieces: Four Language-Based Installations was just published by John Hansard Gallery. A new collection, Drift, will be released in April 2014 through Nightboat.

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Susan Bernofsky

Susan Bernofsky

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BFFA3AE

BFFA3AE is a New York-based artist group consisting of Daniel Chew, Micaela Durand, and Matthew Gaffney. The group was formed in 2007 as a surf-club blog to host a dialogue about the implications of the Internet on culture and life. Acknowledging the reach of the Internet into the physical world, the group has since expanded to include work in a variety of mediums, including film, performance, and installation

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Prashant Bhargava

Prashant Bhargava is a film director and designer. His latest feature film, Patang, a family drama set against the annual kite festival in Ahmedabad, India, premiered at the Berlin Film Festival in 2011. His short film Sangam premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2004; it garnered several awards and distinctions and has been broadcast on the Sundance Channel and PBS. Bhargava is the recipient of a Copeland Fellowship from Amherst College and a Computer Arts Fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts.

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Lakpa Bhutia

Lakpa Bhutia

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Klaus Biesenbach

Klaus Biesenbach is director of MoMA PS1 and chief curator at large at the Museum of Modern Art.

Wenzel Bilger

Wenzel Bilger is regional program director of the Goethe-Institut New York.

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Colby Bird

Colby Bird

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Rebecca Bird

Rebecca Bird is a painter living in Brooklyn. She studied at the Cooper Union and Kanazawa College of Arts in Japan and sometimes works as an archaeological illustrator in Egypt. She is interested in stage tricks and nonbiological life, especially the kind that happens on paper.

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Richard Birkett

Richard Birkett

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Thordis Björnsdottir

Thordis Björnsdottir is an Icelandic poet and novelist and the author of Saga blau sumri (2007), I Felum Bakvid Gluggatjoldin (2007), and Ast og Appelsinur (2004).

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Mary Walling Blackburn

Mary Walling Blackburn is an artist living in New York. Forthcoming work includes a pro-choice, photo-illustrated children's book for e-flux. She is the director of the Anhoek School, an educational experiment, and organizer of the Radical Citizenship Tutorials.

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Gil Blank

Gil Blank is a photographer and frequently writes about contemporary image making.

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M Blash

M Blash

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Sonya Blesofsky

Sonya Blesofsky is a sculptor living and working in Brooklyn. She is an artist-in-residence at CUE Art Foundation in New York. She was formerly a resident at Dieu Donné, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and Smack Mellon. She has exhibited at Transformer, in Washington, DC; Mixed Greens, in New York; and Patricia Sweetow, in San Francisco.

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Mel Bochner

Mel Bochner Born: 1940. Education: Carnegie Institute of Technology, BFA, 1962. Lives and works: New York City, since 1964.

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Scott Boggins

Scott Boggins

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Roberto Bolaño

Roberto Bolaño was a Chilean novelist and poet. He died in 2003 at the age of fifty.

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The LA Review of Books

The LA Review of Books is a nonprofit, multimedia literary and cultural arts magazine that combines the great American tradition of the serious book review with the evolving technologies of the Web.

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Alice Boone

Alice Boone is a PhD candidate in English and comparative literature at Columbia University, specializing in the eighteenth century.

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Amaranth Borsuk

Amaranth Borsuk recently won the Slope Poetry prize for her collection Handiwork. She is also the author of the chapbook Tonal Saw (The Song Cave, 2010) and a collaborative work Excess Exhibit (ZG Press). Her poems, essays, and translations have been published widely in journals such as the New American Writing, Los Angeles Review, Denver Quarterly, FIELD, Black Warrior Review, Aufgabe, and ZYZZYVA, among many others. She has a Ph.D. in Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Southern California, a post-doctoral fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and begins teaching this fall at the University of Washington-Bothell. Her book Between Page and Screen is recently out from Siglio.

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Daniel Bozhkov

Daniel Bozhkov is an artist based in New York. He is a recipient of the 2007 Chuck Close Rome Prize of the American Academy in Rome and of grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. His work has been widely exhibited internationally. He is represented by Andrew Kreps Gallery in New York City.

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Sandra Bradvić

Sandra Bradvić

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Beth Brandon

Beth Brandon is an artist living in Philadelphia and a former member of Space 1026. She creates installations involving wallpaper, books, apparel, temporary enclosures, and other printed and textile-based matter.

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Lev Bratishenko

Lev Bratishenko is a critic living in Montreal. He does research for exhibitions at the Canadian Centre for Architecture.

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Emmanuel Broadus

Emmanuel Broadus is a freelance journalist based in Port-au-Prince and the United States.

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Franklin Bruno

Franklin Bruno is the author of The Accordion Repertoire (poetry; Edge Books, 2012) and Armed Forces (criticism; Continuum, 2006). He is currently working on a book about bridges, middle eights, and breakdowns in popular music for Wesleyan University Press. His most recent album with the Human Hearts, Another, was released by Shrimper Records in 2012. He lives in Jackson Heights, Queens.

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John L. Bryant

John L. Bryant is professor of English at Hofstra University. His most recent book is Melville Unfolding: Sexuality, Politics, and the Versions of Typee. He is the editor of the Modern Library's edition of Melville's Tales, Poems, and Other Writings and, since 1990, Leviathan: A Journal of Melville Studies.

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Holly Jean Buck

Holly Jean Buck , a PhD student in environmental sociology and science and technology studies at Cornell University, is interested in how societies experience and retell the Anthropocene, the epoch in which human activity can be seen in geological strata. She researches how citizens and scientists understand climate engineering, and how it is portrayed in the media.

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Federica Bueti

Federica Bueti

Andreas Bunte

Andreas Bunte

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Bureau

Bureau

BYCO

BYCO is the first micro-financing site for design. BYCO allows anyone to submit projects and finance their designs, and then handles all the production, sales, and distribution. BYCO is a project of the design studio JF & SON.

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Cabinet

Cabinet

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Jibz Cameron

Jibz Cameron is a performance artist and actor living and working in NYC.

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Natalie Campbell

Natalie Campbell

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Duncan Campbell

Duncan Campbell is an artist living in Glasgow. His films include Falls Burns Malone Fiddles (2003), o, Joan, no … (2006), and Bernadette (2008). His work has been shown at the Institute for Contemporary Art (London), Tate Britain, Hotel (London), Tramway (Glasgow), Kunstverein Munich, and Artists Space (New York City).

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Macgregor Card

Macgregor Card is a poet, translator, and bibliographer living in Jackson Heights, NYC. His first collection, Duties of an English Foreign Secretary, was the winner of the 2009 Fence Modern Poet Series. His chapbook, The Archers, was published by Song Cave. With Andrew Maxwell he was co-editor of The Germ: A Journal of Poetic Research, from 1997-2005, and is currently a co-curator of Brooklyn's Private Line Reading Series. He teaches poetry at Pratt Institute and is an associate editor of the MLA International Bibliography.

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Gary Carrion-Murayari

Gary Carrion-Murayari is an associate curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art; he co-curated 2010, the museum's most recent biennial. His writing has appeared in numerous publications, including Flash Art, Domus, and The Huffington Post.

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Lauren Carter

Lauren Carter is a Chicago-based sculptor and installation artist. She works in sound, film, and video.

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Alison Cartwright

Alison Cartwright is based in Brooklyn. She pursues fine-art photo projects while juggling her commercial business, a temperamental bike lock, and pickling experiments.

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José León Cerrillo

José León Cerrillo is an artist living and working in Mexico City. His work has been shown at Dispatch Projects, New York; Galeria Nara Roesler, Sao Paulo; Circuit, Lausanne; Galería OMR, Mexico City; and La Panadería, Mexico City.

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Alejandro Cesarco

Alejandro Cesarco 's work is currently on display at the São Paulo Biennial and the Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna. His solo exhibition “Words Applied to Wounds” opens November 15, 2012, at Murray Guy, New York.

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CF

CF is an artist living and working in Providence. His work has been published in Bookforum and Kramer's Ergot. His Powr Mastrs series of graphic novels is published in the US by PictureBox books, and he has exhibited internationally, including Switzerland, Sweden, and Japan.

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Colby Chamberlain

Colby Chamberlain is a Triple Canopy senior editor and a Jacob K. Javits Fellow in the Art History Department at Columbia University.

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Dawn Chan

Dawn Chan is a writer in New York. She is the guest editor of Common Minds, Triple Canopy's series of essays and conversations on the contemporary infatuation with the brain. She studied cognitive science at Yale, where she researched multiple-object tracking. She later researched artificial intelligence as a Fulbright scholar at the University of Zurich and studied aphasia patients at the psycholinguistics lab at Columbia University.

Paul Chan

Paul Chan is an artist and the founder of Badlands Unlimited.

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Howie Chen

Howie Chen

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Bidita Choudhury

Bidita Choudhury is managing editor of Triple Canopy.

Jacob Ciocci

Jacob Ciocci is an artist and a founding member of Paper Rad.

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Patrick Clark

Patrick Clark is a freelance writer living in Queens, New York.

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Joseph Clarke

Joseph Clarke is an architecture critic living in Manhattan. He has taught at the University of Cincinnati and worked at the architecture firms of Eisenman Architects and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

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Cleopatra's

Cleopatra's

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Adam Cohen

Adam Cohen is a professor in the Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and Physics at Harvard. His research focuses on controlling light-matter interactions in warm, wet, squishy environments.

Joshua Cohen

Joshua Cohen was born in New Jersey in 1980. He is the author of seven books, most recently Attention! A (Short) History.

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Claire Colebrook

Claire Colebrook is Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of English at Pennsylvania State University. She has written articles on poetry, literary theory, queer theory, and contemporary culture. She is the editor of Extinction, published in 2012, as well as coeditor of the series “Critical Climate Change” and member of the advisory board of the Institute for Critical Climate Change.

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Gene Coleman

Gene Coleman

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Gabriella Coleman

Gabriella Coleman examines the ethics of online collaboration and institutions as well as the role of the law and digital media in sustaining various forms of political activism. Her first book, Coding Freedom: The Aesthetics and the Ethics of Hacking, is forthcoming with Princeton University Press; she is currently working on a book about Anonymous and digital activism. She is the Wolfe Chair in Scientific and Technological Literacy at McGill University's Department of Art History & Communication Studies.

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George Collins

George Collins is currently setting thirty-three thousand years of environmental indicators to music.

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Stuart Comer

Stuart Comer is Chief Curator of Media and Performance Art at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Previously he was Curator: Film at Tate Modern, London where he oversaw film and video work for the Tate Collection and Displays, was cocurator for the opening season of The Tanks at Tate Modern, and organized an extensive program of screenings, performances, and events.

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Common Room

Common Room was established in 2006 as a space for collaboration with a focus on the built environment.

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Keith Connolly

Keith Connolly

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Matthew Connors

Matthew Connors is an artist based in Brooklyn. He has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Tokyo, Milan, Stockholm, and Madrid. His work can be found in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York and the Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven. He is an associate professor in the Photography Department at the Massachusetts College of Art & Design in Boston.

Matthew Coolidge

Matthew Coolidge

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Ben Coonley

Ben Coonley lives in Brooklyn and Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. He is an Assistant Professor of Film and Electronic Arts at Bard College.

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Corina Copp

Corina Copp is the author of the poetry pamphlet Pro Magenta/Be Met (Ugly Duckling Presse 2011), and is currently working on the three-part performance The Whole Tragedy of the Inability to Love—based on the work of Marguerite Duras—the first installment of which was presented in this year’s PRELUDE Festival.

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Patrick Corcoran

Patrick Corcoran is a freelance writer living in Torreón, in northern Mexico.

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Lauren Cornell

Lauren Cornell is the curator of the 2015 triennial, digital projects, and Museum as Hub at the New Museum in New York. From 2005-2012, she served as adjunct curator at the New Museum and executive director of Rhizome, an organization dedicated to the creation, presentation and preservation of art engaged with technology.

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Michael Corris

Michael Corris Michael Corris began his career as a member of the collective Art & Language. He continues to pursue an integrated practice of writing, organizing exhibitions, making art and teaching. Recent exhibitions include The Dallas Biennale (April 2012) and The Heide Museum of Art, Victoria, Australia (August 2012); recent publications include Ad Reinhardt (2008) and Art, Word and Image: 2,000 Years of Visual/Textual Interaction (Reaktion Books, 2010). Since November 2009, Corris has held the post of Professor of Art and Chair of the Division of Art at the Meadows School of the Arts/SMU.

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Daniel Gustav Cramer

Daniel Gustav Cramer is a visual artist based in Berlin. Recent projects include Trilogy, Tales, and The Infinite Library.

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Jordan Crandall

Jordan Crandall is a media artist and theorist based in Los Angeles and an associate professor in the visual arts department at University of California, San Diego.

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Anwyn Crawford

Anwyn Crawford

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Simon Critchley

Simon Critchley is chair of philosophy at the New School for Social Research in New York, and part-time professor at Tilburg University in the Netherlands. He is the author of several books, including, most recently, How to Stop Living and Start Worrying and Faith of the Faithless.

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Sarah Crowner

Sarah Crowner is an artist and erstwhile set designer based in Brooklyn. Her recent solo exhibitions include shows at Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm; Catherine Bastide, Brussels; and Nicelle Beauchene in New York. She is currently working on an artist's book to be published by Primary Information in September 2012 and her work will be included in an upcoming 2013 exhibition at the Walker Art center about new directions in painting.

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Teddy Cruz

Teddy Cruz is an architect and professor at the University of California, San Diego.

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Keren Cytter

Keren Cytter spent her childhood in Israel and lives in Berlin. Her work has been shown at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and at museums and galleries throughout Europe.

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Catherine Czacki

Catherine Czacki

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Werner Dafeldecker

Werner Dafeldecker (born 1964, Vienna, Austria); lives and works in Berlin) draws on myriad influences—among them, European modern music, improvisation, graphic notation, Fluxus, minimalist and electroacoustic music, jazz, and field recordings—to investigate architecture, physics, photography, and film as audible experiences. The study of sound and structure are the center of his work as a composer, particularly as they relate to the technological development of electronic recording formats.

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Dana Dart-McLean

Dana Dart-McLean

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Nancy Davenport

Nancy Davenport is an artist living in New York. Her work has been shown at a number of galleries and museums including Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, NY, the Liverpool Biennial, Sao Paulo Biennial. She recently opened a permanent installation at the Military History Museum in Dresden.

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Moyra Davey

Moyra Davey is an artist and photographer. She lives and works in New York City.

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Adam Davies

Adam Davies is a photographer whose work explores the edges of American urban and rural landscapes. He recently completed residencies at Yaddo and the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Massachusetts, and is currently a resident at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas. He was born in the United Kingdom.

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Clare Davies

Clare Davies studies art history at the Institute of Fine Arts and divides her time between Cairo and New York.

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Arias Abbruzzi Davis

Arias Abbruzzi Davis is an artist studying at Columbia University. She is an editorial and production assistant for Triple Canopy.

Tim Davis

Tim Davis lives in Tivoli, New York, and teaches photography at Bard and Yale. He is the author of four books of photographs and two books of poems. His work is in the collections of the Guggenheim, Metropolitan, Whitney, Hirshhorn, Walker, High, and many other public institutions.

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Abha Dawesar

Abha Dawesar is a novelist and artist, the author of Family Values, That Summer in Paris and Babyji

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Sergio De La Pava

Sergio De La Pava is the author of A Naked Singularity and the forthcoming Personae.

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Samuel Delany

Samuel Delany is the author of science-fiction novels including Dhalgren and Babel-17.

Alex Delinois

Alex Delinois

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Jen DeNike

Jen DeNike

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Descriptive Video Service

Descriptive Video Service is an American company that produces video description, which makes visual media, such as television programs and films more accessible to people who are visually impaired.

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Helen DeWitt

Helen DeWitt is author of The Last Samurai (2000) and, with Ilya Gridneff, coauthor of Your Name Here (2007).

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Dignity Sister

Dignity Sister is an anonymous hobby artist based in Paris Berlin New York.

Motto Distribution

Motto Distribution

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Kate Dollenmayer

Kate Dollenmayer

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Sandra Doller

Sandra Doller is founder and editor of 1913 a journal of forms and author of Chora and Oriflamme.

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Manal Al Dowayan

Manal Al Dowayan was born and raised in Saudi Arabia and works out of her hometown, Dhahran. Her artworks are part of the permanent collections of the British Museum, the Jordanian National Museum of Fine Art, the Abdullatif Jamil Foundation, and the Delfina Foundation.

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Lucky Dragons

Lucky Dragons

Nancy Druckman

Nancy Druckman joined Sotheby’s in 1973 and has directed Sotheby’s American Folk Art department since 1974. The most experienced Folk Art specialist in the auction industry, Ms Druckman has played a major role in the expansion of the market over the last quarter century.

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Lívia Drummond

Lívia Drummond lives in Salvador, Brazil. She has a degree in history from the State University of Bahia and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in literature and culture at the Federal University of Bahia with a fellowship from CAPES.

Alexander Dumbadze

Alexander Dumbadze is Associate Professor of Art History at George Washington University. His book Bas Jan Ader: Death Is Elsewhere was published by University of Chicago Press in May 2013. He co-edited and co-authored, with Suzanne Hudson, Contemporary Art: 1989 to the Present (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013). In 2011 he received a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant. He is a founder of both the Society of Contemporary Art Historians and the Contemporary Art Think Tank. Recent essays include "Spectacle and Death" in September 11 (MoMA PS1, 2011) and "Can You Hear the Lights?" in Art, History and the Senses: 1830 to the Present (Ashgate, 2010).

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Donald Dunbar

Donald Dunbar is the author of the chapbooks You Are So Pretty (Scantily Clad Press, 2009) and Click Click (Gold Wake Press, 2010), and of Eyelid Lick (Fence Books), which won the 2012 Fence Modern Poets Series. He lives in Portland, Oregon, where he co-curates the reading series If Not For Kidnap and teaches poetry to future chefs at Oregon Culinary Institute.

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Maxmilion Dunbar

Maxmilion Dunbar is a moniker of musician, producer, and DJ Andrew Field-Pickering. Dunbar's second album, House of Woo, was released in February by RVNG Intl.

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Andrew Durbin

Andrew Durbin is the author of Mature Themes (Nightboat Books, 2015) and several chapbooks, including Believers (Poor Claudia, 2013). He lives in New York.

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Virginia Dwan

Virginia Dwan

Dynasty Handbag

Dynasty Handbag (a.k.a. Jibz Cameron) is a performance and video artist, musician, and actor. She lives and works in New York.

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Keller Easterling

Keller Easterling is an architect, urbanist, and writer and an associate professor at the Yale School of Architecture. Her work has been widely published in journals such as Artforum, Domus, Grey Room, and Cabinet. Her work has been exhibited at the Rotterdam Biennale, the Queens Museum, and the Architectural League. Her latest book is Enduring Innocence: Global Architecture and Its Political Masquerades (MIT, 2005).

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Adrienne Edwards

Adrienne Edwards is a curator, scholar, and writer of performance with a focus on artists of the African Diaspora and the Global South. She is a PhD candidate in Performance Studies, the associate curator for Performa, Inc., and curator-at-large for Third Streaming. Edwards’ curatorial projects include Rashid Johnson’s first live work, Dutchman, Dave McKenzie’s All the King's horses…none of his men, and Clifford Owens’s Five Days Worth, among others.

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Tor Eigeland

Tor Eigeland is a writer and photographer. His work has been published in Fortune, Time, Newsweek, Smithsonian Magazine, the New York Times, and Saudi Aramco World. He has also worked on eleven books with the National Geographic Society.

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Elevator Repair Service

Elevator Repair Service , a theater ensemble, was founded by director John Collins and a group of actors in 1991. At MoMA PS1, ERS presents a sneak preview of a new collaboration with installation artists Ben Rubin and Mark Hansen. They will playfully mine several of their past shows—including the acclaimed Gatz, a six-hour enactment of The Great Gatsby—and reimagine the material as it falls apart and reforms itself into unexpected new scenes. The work will feature Mike Iveson Jr., Vin Knight, Scott Shepherd, Susie Sokol, Victoria Vazquez, and Ben Williams.

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Seth Erickson

Seth Erickson is the development coordinator for Triple Canopy and a Ph.D. student in the Department of Information Studies at UCLA.

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Mark Essen

Mark Essen makes video games. Since 2008, his work has been featured in group exhibitions at venues such as the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art in Toronto, Canada and Light Industry, Brooklyn. His work is currently on view at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York.

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Jan Estep

Jan Estep is an artist, writer, and educator. She explores the relationship between mind, behavior, and visual expression, with particular interest in the relationship between sensory experience and conceptual thought. She is an associate professor of art at the University of Minnesota.

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Roe Ethridge

Roe Ethridge is a photographer who has shown extensively in the United States and internationally. He was included in the Whitney Biennial in 2008, and in 2010 was in the New Photography show at MoMA and the "Les Recontres D’Arles Photography Show." He was recently short-listed for the Deutsche-Börse Prize for Photography.

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John W. Fail

John W. Fail is a Web developer for Triple Canopy.

Falconworks Artists Group

Falconworks Artists Group is a Red Hook-based organization for social change working in collaboration with Theater of the Oppressed Laboratory in Manhattan. Falconworks is led by artistic director Reg Flowers, a graduate of Yale's theater program and 2006 recipient of the BAX10 Award for arts education.

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Ryan Falkowitz

Ryan Falkowitz is a photographer based in New York.

Michael Famighetti

Michael Famighetti is an editor and writer. He's currently working on a relaunch and redesign of Aperture magazine. He has edited numerous photography books, including volumes by William Christenberry, Robert Adams, John Divola, Jonas Bendiksen, and a series based on the website Tiny Vices. His writing has appeared in Frieze, Bookforum, Aperture, and OjodePez, among other publications. Famighetti has degrees from Bard College and Columbia University, where he has also taught. He has served as a judge for the American Society of Magazine Editors National Magazine Awards and has been a guest reviewer and speaker at many international photography festivals and institutions, including the Bamako Biennial; Krakow PhotoMonth; GuatePhoto; Rhubarb Rhubarb, Birmingham, U.K.; Festival de la Luz, Buenos Aires; Museet for Fotokunst, Odense; and Fotografiska, Stockholm.

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Taraneh Fazeli

Taraneh Fazeli is a former contributing editor of Triple Canopy. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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Lizzie Feidelson

Lizzie Feidelson writes and makes dances. She is an associate editor at Triple Canopy.

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Fence

Fence is a biannual journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that has a mission to redefine the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques.

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Peter Fend

Peter Fend is an engineer, businessman and artist. His work has appeared at the Venice Biennale and Documenta IX. He has had solo exhibitions with Esther Schipper, Koln; Christian Nagel, Berlin; Anne de Villepoix, Paris; George Kargl, Vienna; American Fine Arts, New York and elsewhere. His project with Essex Street, New York, Uber Die Grenze has since traveled to the Fondazione Giuliani, Rome and the Gemeentemuseum at the Hague.

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Danyel Ferrari

Danyel Ferrari is an artist, writer, and curator based in Brooklyn. She received an MFA in Combined Media at Hunter College in 2012 and has completed coursework towards an MA in Visual Culture at NYU. She has exhibited in Turkey, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, and Ireland; most recently, her work was included in an exhibition at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts in New York.

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Ryan Ffrench

Ryan Ffrench is an Australian filmmaker based in Portland, Oregon.

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Yevgeniy Fiks

Yevgeniy Fiks is a Moscow-born, New York-based artist. His work deals with intersections between the histories of the twentieth century international leftist movements, American history, Modernism, and legacy of the Cold War.

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Zlatan Filipović

Zlatan Filipović is an assistant professor of multimedia, film, and video art at the American University of Sharjah. He has taught at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo, where he created the school's first video lab. He continues to organize workshops fostering interactive media production in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Fillip

Fillip

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Bryan Finoki

Bryan Finoki is a writer and the author of Subtopia: A Field Guide to Military Urbanism. He is also the proprietor of the blog Subtopia.

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Robert Fitterman

Robert Fitterman

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Jim Fletcher

Jim Fletcher has worked with Richard Maxwell and the New York City Players for more than twelve years, most recently in Early Plays, a joint production with the Wooster Group. He is a member of the cast of Gatz, the Elevator Repair Service production based on The Great Gatsby, and has worked with Bernadette Corporation, Claire Fontaine, the English group Forced Entertainment (Sight is the Sense That Dying People Tend to Lose First, Quizoola!), and Sarah Michelson (Devotion). In 2012, he received an Obie award for sustained excellence of performance.

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Jim Fletcher

Jim Fletcher Jim Fletcher has worked with Richard Maxwell and the New York City Players for more than twelve years, most recently in Early Plays, a joint production with the Wooster Group. He is a member of the cast of Gatz, the Elevator Repair Service production based on The Great Gatsby, and has worked with Bernadette Corporation, Claire Fontaine, the English group Forced Entertainment (Sight is the Sense That Dying People Tend to Lose First, Quizoola!), and Sarah Michelson (Devotion). In 2012, he received an Obie award for sustained excellence of performance.

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Adam Florin

Adam Florin is the technology advisor to Triple Canopy. He has built creative software tools for e-flux, MoMA, Cycling '74, and Google Creative Lab, earning a South by Southwest Interactive award.

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Eve Fowler

Eve Fowler is a co­founder of Artist Curated Projects, and lives and works in Los Angeles. Her recent projects include two collaborations with Sam Gordon at Feature and Printed Matter in New York and a solo show at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Ten billboards related to her series “A Spectacle and Nothing Strange” will be included in LAND's Manifest Destiny Billboard Project in 2014, appearing from Beaumont, Texas, to Houston.

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Dan Fox

Dan Fox is a writer and musician living in New York. He is senior editor of Frieze magazine and, with Andy Cooke and Nathaniel Mellors, runs the label Junior Aspirin Records.

Hannah Frank

Hannah Frank

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Edwin Frank

Edwin Frank is the founding and present editor of the New York Review Books Classics series and the author of two books of poetry, The Further Adventures of Pinocchio and Stack.

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Sam Frank

Sam Frank is a senior editor of Triple Canopy.

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Kimmy Eliot Fung

Kimmy Eliot Fung makes, writes, reads, sees, understands. Runs painting room, an atelier based in Brooklyn.

Marco Fusinato

Marco Fusinato is an artist and musician living in Melbourne, Australia. He has exhibited and performed at the Sao Paulo Biennial, the Glasgow International Arts Festival, the Melbourne International Arts Festival, and the Institute of Modern Art in Brisbane, where his solo survey “The Color of the Sky Has Melted” was recently on view. Fusinato's primary focus is unconventional uses of the guitar and electronics. His record L’ Origine/Tema is forthcoming on Penultimate Press, (London).

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Ellie Ga

Ellie Ga 's work has been exhibited in New York at Bureau, the Swiss Institute, the Kitchen, and the New Museum; at Galerie du Jour in Paris and Hong Kong; at Konstmuseum in Malmö Sweden; and at Projekt 0047 in Oslo, Norway. She has performed at RISO-Museo d'Arte Contemporanea, Sicility; Institute for Cultural Inquiry, Berlin; Betonsalon, Paris; and in New York City at MoMA PS1. She is a founding editor of Ugly Duckling Presse.

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William Gaddis

William Gaddis (1922-1998) was the author of five novels, two of which won National Book Awards. He taught a course titled "Literature of Failure" at Bard College in 1979.

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Rivka Galchen

Rivka Galchen is a writer living in New York City. Her first novel, Atmospheric Disturbances, was published by FSG.

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John Gallaher

John Gallaher

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Alexander R. Galloway

Alexander R. Galloway is a writer and computer programer working on issues in philosophy, technology, and theories of mediation. He is a founding member of the software collective RSG and creator of the Carnivore and Kriegspiel projects. Currently associate professor of Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University, he is author or co-author of three books on media and cultural theory, Protocol: How Control Exists After Decentralization (MIT, 2004), Gaming: Essays on Algorithmic Culture (Minnesota, 2006), The Exploit: A Theory of Networks, written with Eugene Thacker (Minnesota, 2007). In 2010 he and Jason E. Smith translated Introduction to Civil War by the French group Tiqqun (Semiotext[e]). Recently, the Public School New York published French Theory Today: An Introduction to Possible Futures, a set of five pamphlets documenting Galloway's seminar conducted there in the fall of 2010.

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David Gatten

David Gatten

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Keith Gessen

Keith Gessen is a cofounder of n+1 and the editor of It’s No Good: Poems, Essays, Actions by Kirill Medvedev, due out from n+1 and Ugly Duckling Presse in December 2012.

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Mariam Ghani

Mariam Ghani is an artist, writer, filmmaker, and member of the Gulflabor Working Group. Her work has recently been shown at dOCUMENTA (13) (Kabul and Kassel), the Museum of Modern Art (New York), and Sharjah Biennial 10. Ghani is currently a visiting scholar at the Asian Pacific American Institute at NYU. Gulflabor is a coalition of artists, writers, curators, educators and others working to ensure that workers’ rights are protected during the construction and maintenance of new cultural institutions on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi.

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Rob Giampietro

Rob Giampietro is a designer, writer, and principal at Project Projects.

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Gabrielle Giattino

Gabrielle Giattino

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Alan Gilbert

Alan Gilbert is a poet, critic, and scholar and a lecturer at Wesleyan University. He is the author of Another Future: Poetry and Art in a Postmodern Twilight.

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Simone Gilges

Simone Gilges is a photographer and artist living in Berlin. Since 1995 she also realized numerous exhibitions with the collective Honey-Suckle Company.

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US Girls

US Girls (Meg Remy) has released two albums, Introducing and Go Grey, both on Siltbreeze, and singles and CD-Rs on Chocolate Monk, Not Not Fun, Hardscrabble Amateurs, Cherry Burger, and Atelier Ciseaux.

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Lisa Gitelman

Lisa Gitelman is a media historian whose research concerns American book history, techniques of inscription, and the new media of yesterday and today. She is particularly concerned with tracing the patterns according to which new media become meaningful within and against the contexts of older media. Gitelman has just published Paper Knowledge: Toward a Media History of Documents (Duke University Press), which focuses on the meaning of seemingly mundane documents—the library card, the promissory note, the movie ticket, the PDF—as they inhabit various media over time.

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Renee Gladman

Renee Gladman 's most recent work of prose is The Ravickians, published this fall by Dorothy, a Publishing Project. She lives in Providence and teaches fiction and book arts at Brown University.

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Robert Gober

Robert Gober lives and works in New York, and is most recently the subject of a major retrospective, The Heart Is Not A Metaphor, at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gober represented the United States at the 2001 Venice Biennale and has had one-person exhibitions at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; the Serpentine Gallery, London; and the Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel. In 2007 his work was the subject of a retrospective exhibition at the Schaulager, Basel.

Beka Goedde

Beka Goedde is a printmaker and sculptor whose work explores the perception of change, duration, and the physical body in space. She is currently artist in residence at PS122 in New York City and an MFA candidate at Bard College.

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James Goggin

James Goggin is the design director at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and principal of Practise.

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Goldin+Senneby

Goldin+Senneby is a framework for collaboration established in 2004 by artists Simon Goldin and Jakob Senneby to explore juridical, financial, and spatial constructs through notions of the performative and the virtual. Goldin+Senneby's work has been exhibited at Neuer Aachener Kunstverein (Aachen, Germany), Kadist (Paris), Index (Stockholm), The Power Plant (Toronto), Manifesta 9 (Genk, Belgium), Witte de With (Rotterdam), and Moderna Museet (Stockholm).

Billy Gomberg

Billy Gomberg is a musician and video artist living in Brooklyn.

Matthew Shen Goodman

Matthew Shen Goodman is a Triple Canopy Associate Editor and an Assistant Editor at Art in America. He writes and makes music.

Ain Gordon

Ain Gordon

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Danny Gordon

Danny Gordon received an MFA from Yale School of Art in 2006. He has exhibited his photographs in solo exhibitions at Zach Feuer Gallery and Leo Koenig, Inc. in New York City and Claudia Groeflin Gallery in Zurich. He has been included in exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the CCS Museum at Bard College, and MoMA PS1. Gordon is the author of Portrait Studio and Flying Pictures. He lives and works in Brooklyn.

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Vivian Gornick

Vivian Gornick is an American critic, essayist, and memoirist. For many years she wrote for the Village Voice. She currently teaches writing at the New School.

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David Graeber

David Graeber is an activist and professor of anthropology at the London School of Economics. He is the author of eight books, including Towards an Anthropological Theory of Value: The False Coin of Our Own Dreams, Debt: The First 5,000 Years, and, most recently, The Democracy Project: A History, a Crisis, a Movement.

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Neil Greenberg

Neil Greenberg has been drawing maps since he was in high school. He currently lives in Detroit, where he runs a transit system for students at the University of Michigan and schedules buses for Southeast Michigan’s Transit Authority.

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David Greenspan

David Greenspan has had plays produced by the Public Theater, Playwrights Horizons, the Foundry, Target Margin, and Transport Group. Greenspan has also acted in premieres of works by Terrence McNally, David Adjmi, Sarah Ruhl, Adam Rapp, Mac Wellman, and Richard Foreman. For his writing and performance work, he has received a Guggenheim Fellowship, Alpert Award, and five Obies.

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Karen Gregory

Karen Gregory is a lecturer in sociology at the Division of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Center for Worker Education, City College of New York. Her research focuses on the entanglement of contemporary spirituality, precarity, entrepreneurialism, and digital media, with an emphasis on the role of the laboring body. She is a founder of CUNY’s Digital Labor Working Group, and her writing has appeared in Women’s Studies Quarterly, Women and Performance, the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, and Visual Studies.

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Jane Gregory

Jane Gregory is from Tucson, Arizona. She has an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and is currently working towards a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley. She lives in Berkeley, California. Her book My Enemies was released by The Song Cave in early 2013.

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Joe Grimm

Joe Grimm is a composer and performer based in Chicago. He has collaborated with Lucky Dragons, Glenn Branca, and Alvin Lucier, among others. His most recent record is Brain Cloud (Spekk).

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James Grimmelmann

James Grimmelmann is an associate professor at New York Law School and a member of its Institute for Information Law and Policy. He studies how the law governing the creation and use of computer software affects individual freedom and the distribution of wealth and power in society. He writes about intellectual property, virtual worlds, search engines, online privacy, and other topics in computer and Internet law. He blogs at the Laboratorium.

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Jonah Groeneboer

Jonah Groeneboer

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Group Theory

Group Theory , a Brooklyn-based theater company, is Ben Vershbow and Dorit Avganim plus collaborators. Vershbow works at the New York Public Library running NYPL Labs, a digital skunkworks, devising ways to liberate archives and library data online. Avganim is an independent producer, working with artists such as Rainpan43, David/Ain Gordon, Tina Satter/Half Straddle, and the Debate Society, and is cofounder of Neighborhood Productions.

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Elizabeth Gumport

Elizabeth Gumport is working toward an MFA in fiction at Johns Hopkins. She lives with her gerbil, Henry.

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Summer Guthery

Summer Guthery

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Nathan Gwynne

Nathan Gwynne

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Jiminie Ha

Jiminie Ha is an independent designer and founder of W/—— project space in Chinatown.

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Ben Hall

Ben Hall

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Ilana Halperin

Ilana Halperin is a New York– and Glasgow-based artist.

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Ed Halter

Ed Halter is a writer, curator, and director of Light Industry in Brooklyn.

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Maya Harakawa

Maya Harakawa is an art historian interested in feminist methodology and the study of artists' books and publications. She is a PhD candidate at the CUNY Graduate Center.

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Barry Harbaugh

Barry Harbaugh lives in Brooklyn. He was a research editor at the defunct Condé Nast Portfolio and has written for Wired.

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Sylvia Hardy

Sylvia Hardy is an artist based in New York City. She studied anthropology and photography at Washington University in St. Louis and received her MFA from Parsons. She has exhibited at Gallery Tayuta, Tokyo; Sydhavn Station, Copenhagen; and Spazio Morris, Milan.

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Rachel Harrison

Rachel Harrison lives and works in New York. Recent solo exhibitions include CCS Bard/Hessel Museum of Art, Annandale-on-Hudson (2009); Portikus, Frankfurt (2009); Whitechapel Gallery, London (2010); Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover (2013); and S.M.A.K., Ghent (2013). Her work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Centre Pompidou, Paris; and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam among many others.

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Christian Hawkey

Christian Hawkey

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Heatsick

Heatsick is the solo moniker of Berlin-based musician Steven Warwick, also known as one half of Birds of Delay.

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Hecuba

Hecuba

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Mostafa Heddaya

Mostafa Heddaya is a writer in New York and the coeditor of American Circus.

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Christoph Heemann

Christoph Heemann is a German musician who is widely known for his involvement with music projects H.N.A.S., Mirror, and Mimir. Since the mid-'90s, Heemann has collaborated with an array of musicians and visual artists, including the Melvins, Nurse with Wound, Tony Conrad, Faust, Keiji Haino, Merzbow, and Current 93's David Tibet.

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Adam Helms

Adam Helms is a New York–based artist and a former Triple Canopy contributing editor. He is obsessive, a collector of ephemera, and a friend to all animals.

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Sheila Heti

Sheila Heti is the author of five books: the story collection The Middle Stories; the novels Ticknor and How Should a Person Be?; a book for children titled We Need a Horse; and with Misha Glouberman, a book of spoken philosophy called The Chairs Are Where the People Go. She is the creator of the Trampoline Hall Lecture Series. She lives in Toronto.

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Toby Heys

Toby Heys produces music, sound, video, and Web projects as a member of Battery Operated and the KIT Collaboration. He runs the sound and video label Cocosolidciti and works in AUDiNT with Steve Goodman and Jon Cohrs. He is currently a resident at Eyebeam and an Arts and Humanities Research Council scholar finishing a PhD at John Moores University in England.

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Sean Higgins

Sean Higgins is a writer and critic living in Portland, Maine, and an editorial and production assistant for Triple Canopy. He writes an irregular column for the BOMBlog on sound, media, and sound art. His work has appeared in Deep Leap, Sounding the Virtual: Gilles Deleuze and the Theory and Philosophy of Music and The Official Catalog of the Library of Potential Literature.

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Matthew Higgs

Matthew Higgs

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Hilda Hilst

Hilda Hilst (1930–2004) is widely recognized as one of the most important lusophone authors of the twentieth century. Born in the state of São Paulo, Hilst obtained a law degree from the University of São Paulo in 1952 and, a few years later, moved to a small family estate; for the rest of her days, she lived in near seclusion and devoted herself to literature. Hilst published more than fifty works of poetry, fiction, and theater.

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Antonia Hirsch

Antonia Hirsch is an artist living and working in Berlin. Her work has been exhibited at the Contemporary Art Gallery (Vancouver), The Power Plant (Toronto), Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Tramway (Glasgow), and ZKM Museum of Contemporary Art (Karlsruhe). She is a contributing editor of Fillip.

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Orra White Hitchcock

Orra White Hitchcock (1796–1863) was a diarist and self-taught scientific illustrator of flora, fauna, fossils, and geological formations in Amherst, Massachusetts. Included in Issue 14 are charts she painted for classroom use.

James Hoff

James Hoff is an artist living and working in Brooklyn. He is also a founder and editor (along with Miriam Katzeff) of Primary Information, a nonprofit arts organization devoted to publishing artists' books and publications by artists.

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Dennis Hogan

Dennis Hogan Dennis Hogan is a PhD student in Comparative Literature at Brown University. His work focuses on decadent and aesthetic literature of the British and French fins de siècle and 1890s print cultures.

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Karen Holmberg

Karen Holmberg is an archaeologist specializing in volcanic regions who has taught at Brown and Stanford Universities.

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Karl Holmqvist

Karl Holmqvist is an artist, poet, performer, and atypical activist. He works with various media and supports, creating installations, sound pieces, videos, performances, collages, and artist’s books. He has shown at Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch, Berlin; Gaga Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City; Marabouparken, Sundbyberg, Sweden; and the Fifty-Fourth Venice Biennale; and a collection of his writings was published in 2009 by BookWorks in London under the title What’s My Name? "You Beat Me" was recorded and mixed by Stefan Tcherepnin in New York, 2010.

Cathy Park Hong

Cathy Park Hong ’s first collection, Translating Mo'um, was published in 2002 by Hanging Loose Press. Her second book, Dance Dance Revolution, was chosen for the Barnard New Women Poets Prize and was published by W.W. Norton in 2007. She is the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, and a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship. Her writing on politics and her reviews have appeared in the Village Voice, the Guardian, Salon, Christian Science Monitor, and New York Times Magazine.

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Sukjong Hong

Sukjong Hong is a New York–based researcher and activist.

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Ana Finel Honigman

Ana Finel Honigman

David Horvitz

David Horvitz is an artist from Los Angeles who currently lives in Brooklyn.

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Christine Hou

Christine Hou

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John Houck

John Houck is an artist based in Los Angeles. He studied at UCLA, and participated in the Whitney Independent Study and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. His work has been included in exhibitions at Galerie Marian Goodman, Paris, FR; On Stellar Rays, New York, NY; Art in General, New York, NY; The Kitchen, New York, NY; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA.

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Dan Hoy

Dan Hoy lives in Brooklyn, NY and is the author of the poetry collections Omegachurch (Solar Luxuriance, 2010), Polaroid (Wrath of Dynasty, 2010), and Glory Hole (Mal-O-Mar, 2009). He previously co-edited SOFT TARGETS (2006-2007), a magazine of art, philosophy, and literature, and currently contributes to the collective blog www.montevidayo.com. His personal site is www.thepinupstakes.com.

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Sarah Hromack

Sarah Hromack writes and works at the intersection of art, publications, technology, and institutions. She is the Director of Digital Media at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

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Eric Hu

Eric Hu is a designer based in New York City and a partner at Nothing in Common, a design and technology studio in Brooklyn. He received his BFA from Art Center College of Design in 2011 and his MFA from the Yale School of Art in 2013. Previously Eric was the design director at digital agency OKFocus, leading branding and user interface projects for clients such as Nike, the Wolfsonian Museum, Soylent, Phillips, Tumblr and Atlantic Records. Eric was honored as an Art Director's Club Young Gun in 2010 and became the recipient of the Bradbury Thompson Memorial Prize in 2013.

Wennie Huang

Wennie Huang

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A. B. Huber

A. B. Huber is a professor at NYU's Gallatin School for Individualized Study whose current work is focused on the force and form of critique in times of war.

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Paul Hughes

Paul Hughes is a Web developer who sometimes develops Web things.

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Hush Hush

Hush Hush

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Mark Ibold

Mark Ibold

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Brenda Iijima

Brenda Iijima is a poet and choreographer of the ecological research movement (Sm[Art]). She is the author of four full-length collections of poetry: Around Sea (2004), Animate, Inanimate Aims (2007), Subsistence Equipment (2008), Revv. You’ll—ution (2009), and If Not Metamorphic (2010). She edited eco language reader (2010), a collection of essays by poets on matters of ecological concern. Her collection Untimely Death is Driven Beyond the Horizon is forthcoming from 1913 Press this winter. She edits books of poetry for Portable Press @ Yo-Yo Labs in Brooklyn.

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The International Necronautical Society

The International Necronautical Society exists as both fiction and actuality.

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Center for Land Use Interpretation

Center for Land Use Interpretation

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RVNG Intl.

RVNG Intl. is a Brooklyn-based music institution that operates on few but heavily fortified principals, dealing with forward-reaching artists sometimes categorized as electronic, avant, free, fried, fucked, etc. RVNG Intl. was founded by Matt Werth in 2004 and has released records by Blondes, Holly Herndon, Julia Holter, and Mirror Mirror, among others.

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Invisible Sports

Invisible Sports is a new project by improvisor and composer Aaron Moore. Drums, vocals, trumpet, and tapes are the basis of Moore’s instrumentation, though anything that makes a sound that can be manipulated, rhythmically or melodically, is of equal importance to him. Moore is a founding member of the British band Volcano the Bear, now in their fifteenth year together. Moore’s current musical projects include the New York–based Amolvacy (with Dave Nuss of the No-Neck Blues Band), a duo with Alan Courtis, and the Paris-based Textile Orchestra. Moore has played on more than twenty-five albums, performed across Europe and the United States, and collaborated with Jeremy Barnes, Tom Recchion, the Boredoms, Thierry Muller, Steve Mackay, Paul Dunmall, Michael Snow, and Mats Gustaffson, among others. Moore was born in Market Harborough, England, and now resides in Brooklyn.

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Iman Issa

Iman Issa

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Lucy Ives

Lucy Ives is the editor of Triple Canopy and author of four collections of poetry and prose, including the brief novel, Nineties (2013).

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Matthew Day Jackson

Matthew Day Jackson is an artist living and working in Brooklyn. His work has been exhibited at Contemporary Arts Museum (Houston), Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), and was included in the 2006 Whitney Biennial. His solo exhibition "Total Accomplishment" is currently on view at ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany.

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Pravin Jain

Pravin Jain

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Javelin

Javelin is Tom Van Buskirk and George Langford. The group's debut album, No Más, was released in 2010 by Luaka Bop.

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Travis Jeppesen

Travis Jeppesen is a novelist, poet, and art critic based in Berlin. His books include Victims (2003), Poems I Wrote While Watching TV (2006), Wolf at the Door (2007), and a collection of art criticism, Disorientations: Art on the Margins of the "Contemporary" (2008).

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D. H. Johnson

D. H. Johnson is a stage and screen actor in New York City.

Ryan Johnson

Ryan Johnson is a Brooklyn-based artist. His work has been exhibited in solo shows in New York at Guild & Greyshkul and Zach Feuer Gallery, and in Turin at Franco Soffiantino Arte Contemporanea; He was also included in MoMA PS1's Greater New York in 2005.

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David Joselit

David Joselit is the Carnegie Professor of the History of Art at Yale University. As a scholar and critic he has written about pivotal moments in modern art ranging from Dada to the emergence of globalization and new media. He is the author of Feedback: Television Against Democracy (MIT Press, 2007), Infinite Regress: Marcel Duchamp 1910–1941 (October Books; MIT Press, 1998), and American Art Since 1945 (Thames and Hudson, 2003). He contributes regularly to Artforum and Art in America and is an editor of October.

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Matico Josephson

Matico Josephson is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Fine Arts. He lives in New York.

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Adela Jušić

Adela Jušić is an artist working in video, installation, and performance and living in Sarajevo. She is a founding member of the Crvena Association for Culture and Art. In 2010 she received the Zvono Award for best young artist in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Her work has been exhibited at Manifesta 8, Kunstmuseum (Bonn, Germany), El Parqueadero (Bogotá, Colombia), Espace Appolonia (Strasbourg, France); the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles, and Gallery P74 (Ljubljana).

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Howie Kahn

Howie Kahn has written for GQ and the New York Times, among other publications. He lives in Brooklyn.

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Craig Kalpakjian

Craig Kalpakjian is an artist living in Brooklyn. His work has been exhibited extensively in the US and abroad. His most recent solo show took place at the Baukunst Galerie in Cologne, Germany, in the summer of 2007.

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Rebecca Karl

Rebecca Karl

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Dana Kash

Dana Kash enjoys bright colors and white noise.

Jacob Kassay

Jacob Kassay

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Angie Keefer

Angie Keefer is co-founder of The Serving Library, with David Reinfurt and Stuart Bailey, a nonprofit artists' organization rooted in a body of work initiated by Dexter Sinister’s publication Dot Dot Dot, and dedicated to publishing and archiving in a continuous loop.

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Matt Keegan

Matt Keegan is an artist who lives and works in New York. He was the co-founding editor of North Drive Press (2003–2010), and is the co-founder of the forthcoming magazine ==, along with Susan Barber. An exhibition of Keegan's work is currently on view at D'Amelio Terras.

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Seth Kelly

Seth Kelly is an artist and curator. His artwork includes drawings, collages, sculptures, videos, and installations; recently he has also been giving performative lectures. Since receiving his BFA from the School of Visual Arts, Kelly has exhibited extensively in New York, at venues such as Artists Space and PS1.

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Peter Kenny

Peter Kenny is Ruth Bigelow Wriston Curator of American Decorative Arts and Administrator of the American Wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. A member of the curatorial staff at the Metropolitan Museum of Art since 1989, Peter Kenny writes and lectures extensively on American colonial and federal period furniture and craftsmen.

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Peter Kerlin

Peter Kerlin is a musician/artist/educator from Brooklyn. His ongoing musical projects include Minetta, Source of Yellow, Chris Forsyth's Ideal Heads, and Christmas Decorations. He is an adjunct professor in the Electronic Design and Multimedia Department at the City College of New York.

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Jon Kessler

Jon Kessler is an artist living in New York. He teaches at Columbia's School of the Arts and plays guitar in the X-Patsys, the band he formed with Barbara Sukowa and Robert Longo.

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Sarah Kessler

Sarah Kessler is a writer and a former Triple Canopy senior editor. She divides her time between Los Angeles and the comparative literature department of the University of California, Irvine.

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Hassan Khan

Hassan Khan is an artist, musician, and writer based in Cairo.

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Murad Khan Mumtaz

Murad Khan Mumtaz is an artist currently based in Lahore, Pakistan, where he is an assistant professor at the National College of Art. He graduated from Columbia University on a Fulbright scholarship in 2010. He is represented by Tracy Williams Ltd. in New York.

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Parag Khanna

Parag Khanna

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Soo Kim

Soo Kim is an artist based in Los Angeles. She is a Professor, Program Director, and Coordinator of the Critic in Residence program at Otis College of Art and Design.

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Jacob Kirkegaard

Jacob Kirkegaard is a Berlin-based Danish artist who focuses on the scientific and aesthetic aspects of resonance, time, sound, and hearing. His installations, compositions, and performances deal with acoustic spaces and phenomena that usually remain imperceptible. He has presented his works at exhibitions and festivals around the world and has released five albums (mostly on the British label Touch). He is also a member of the sound-art collective freq_out.

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Molly Kleiman

Molly Kleiman is a Triple Canopy deputy editor, co-director of the Back Room, and formerly the coordinator of NYU Gallatin's Writing Program.

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Ish Klein

Ish Klein is the author of the poetry books Moving Day (2011) and Union! (2009), published by Canarium Books. She lives in Amherst with Greg Purcell, where they produce a poetry podcast called Noslander. A compilation of her videos, entitled Success Window, has been released by Poor Claudia of Portland, Oregon.

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Josh Kline

Josh Kline plays upbeat social justice jams from the 80s and 90s about topics including homelessness, famine, and rampant inequality. Expect dance party mega-hits by Arrested Development, KLF, Crystal Waters, Public Enemy, Tom Tom Club, Inner City, and others who bummed out while getting down.

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Jenni Knight

Jenni Knight likes to make messes with tactile ease in a gritty corner of the world. Don’t deny them their beauty! They try hard like arabesques. She is also an artist immersed in low-fidelity media, including lots of crap with peering eyes like hers that calls out from the street.

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Melanie Claire Koch

Melanie Claire Koch is the founder and editor in chief of the online arts & culture magazine Beekiller. She lives in New York and enjoys gothic novels, 1970s Italian horror films, sea monsters, and strange discoveries.

Wayne Koestenbaum

Wayne Koestenbaum has published thirteen books of poetry, criticism, and fiction, including Humiliation, Best-Selling Jewish Porn Films, Hotel Theory, Moira Orfei in Aigues-Mortes, Jackie Under My Skin, and The Queen's Throat.  He is a Distinguished Professor of English at the CUNY Graduate Center.

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Lara Kohl

Lara Kohl is an interdisciplinary artist leading a transdisciplinary life in Brooklyn. Her work has been shown in galleries in the US and abroad. She teaches at Pratt Institute.

Peter Kolovos

Peter Kolovos

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Ann Komaromi

Ann Komaromi

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Bill Kouligas

Bill Kouligas is a Berlin-based sound artist and graphic designer. He has worked with Sudden Infant, Ralf Wehowsky, and Damo Suzuki, among others. He manages the electroacoustic noise label PAN, which will release a triple-LP set of the soundtracks of Frans Zwartjes this fa

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Prem Krishnamurthy

Prem Krishnamurthy is a graphic designer, curator, and founding principle of New York-based design studio Project Projects.

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Rafil Kroll-Zaidi

Rafil Kroll-Zaidi is an editor at Harper's Magazine.

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Barbara Kruger

Barbara Kruger is a conceptual artist, designer, and writer who has been making art since the early 1960s. In 2014 Kruger's work was the subject of a major solo exhibition at Modern Art Oxford, and is part of several group shows at the Seattle Art Museum; Museum of Fort Worth, Texas; the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Kruger currently resides in Los Angeles, CA where she serves on the faculty at UCLA.

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Aaron Kunin

Aaron Kunin is the author of The Sore Throat and Other Poems. He lives in Los Angeles.

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Rachel Kushner

Rachel Kushner is author of the novels The Flamethrowers and Telex from Cuba (a finalist for the National Book Award and the Dayton Literary Peace Prize) and is a 2013 Guggenheim Fellow.

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Christy Lange

Christy Lange is a Berlin-based writer and associate editor of Frieze.

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Ingrid Langston

Ingrid Langston is a graduate of the Institute of Fine Arts living in Brooklyn.

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Andres Laracuente

Andres Laracuente is a New York–based artist working primarily with moving image, performance, sculpture, and photography.

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Brian Larkin

Brian Larkin is an associate professor of anthropology at Barnard College. He is the author of Signal and Noise: Media Infrastructure and Urban Culture in Nigeria (2008) and, with Lila Abu-Lughod and Faye Ginsburg, co-editor of Media Worlds: Anthropology on New Terrain (2000). Larkin's research focuses on the ethnography and history of media in Nigeria. He has published widely on issues of globalization, piracy and intellectual property, and Nigerian films (Nollywood) in such journals as Public Culture, Africa, Social Text, and Cahiers d’Études africaines. Larkin is currently working on a book, provisionally titled Secular Machines: Media and the Materiality of Islamic Revival, which analyzes the role of media in the rise of new Islamic movements in Nigeria.

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John Latta

John Latta wrote The Everyday in a period of one hundred days, one section per day. He is the author of Rubbing Torsos (Ithaca House, 1979) and Breeze (Notre Dame University Press, 2003). He writes regularly at Isola di Rifiuti.

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C. Lavender

C. Lavender is a multidisciplinary artist currently based in New Jersey. Previously working primarily with plunderphonics, she now focuses on sound and performance as a whole. Her performances vary in instrumentation, length and intensity in accordance with the way in which intuition and mood reflect the atmosphere a given space. Lavender has performed at the Voice of the Valley festival in West Virginia, the International Noise Conference in Miami, and the NY Eye & Ear Fest.

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Louise Lawler

Louise Lawler was the subject of a recent retrospective, “Adjusted,” at the Museum Ludwig, Cologne. This past summer Metro Pictures, New York presented “No Drones,” an exhibition of the artist’s most recent work. Lawler will present a solo exhibition at Sprüth Magers, Berlin in November. Her work will also be featured in several prominent group shows at Museum für Kunst & Gewerbe, Hamburg; La Panacée, Paris; Grimaldi Forum, Monaco; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Roskilde.

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Gil Lawson

Gil Lawson was born in San Diego in 1990. His writing has been published by n+1, The Millions, The Quietus, and Imperial Matters, among others.

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What We Are Learning

What We Are Learning

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Jessica Lee

Jessica Lee is the video producer of Triple Canopy. She resides in Brookyn.

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Margaret Lee

Margaret Lee is an artist who, in 2009, founded the exhibition space 179 Canal, New York, which has since evolved into 47 Canal, operated in collaboration with Oliver Newton. Lee's past curatorial projects and exhibitions have been hosted by White Columns, X-Initiative, and Performa '09, among other venues. Her first solo show took place at Jack Hanley Gallery in 2011. This fall, her work will be included in the exhibition New Pictures of Common Objects, curated by Christopher Lew, at MoMA PS1.

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Susanne Leeb

Susanne Leeb is a postdoctoral researcher at the Collaborative Research Center at the Freie Universität Berlin, where she is working on a project on abstraction and the critique of modernity, and a guest professor of art history at the Art Academy in Nuremberg. She is also the co-publisher of PoLYpeN and a regular contributor to Texte zur Kunst.

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Zoe Leonard

Zoe Leonard is a New York–based artist who works with photography, sculpture, and installation. Recent exhibitions include those at Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland; Museo Nacional Reina Sofía, Madrid; Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich; Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna; Dia:Beacon, Beacon, New York; Dia at the Hispanic Society, New York; Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio; and Documenta 12. She is co-chair of the graduate program in photography, Bard College. She has an upcoming solo show in 2012 at the Camden Arts Centre, London.

Alex Lesy

Alex Lesy is a graphic designer living in Brooklyn. He is design director at Bookforum and senior designer at Artforum.

Per-Oskar Leu

Per-Oskar Leu lives and works in Oslo. His recent solo exhibitions include “Vox Clamantis in Deserto,” 1/9 Unosunove, Rome; “Part Thirteen,” Vanish, Frankfurt; “BFF,” Johan Berggren Gallery, Malmö, Sweden; and “Ideal Setting (with Fredrik Værslev),” Ping-Pong Gallery, Malmö, Sweden (all 2010). In 2009, he was commissioned by Frieze to create a site-specific work. Leu has studied at the Städelschule, Frankfurt (2008–2009), Glasgow School of Art (2006), and National Academy of Fine Art, Oslo (2002–2006).

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David Levine

David Levine is an artist based in Brooklyn and Berlin. His performances and projects have been presented at MoMA, Mass MoCA, Documenta 12 (with Cabinet), and the Townhouse Gallery (Cairo), as well as Galerie Feinkost (Berlin) and François Ghebaly Gallery (Los Angeles).

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Rachel Levitsky

Rachel Levitsky 's first full-length volume, Under the Sun, was published by Futurepoem books in 2003; subsequent works include Neighbor and The Story of My Accident Is Ours. She is the founder and co-director of Belladonna*, an event and publication series of feminist avant-garde poetics.

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Bridget Lewis

Bridget Lewis

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Lichens

Lichens is Rob Lowe. His most recent record is Omns (Kranky). He lives in Brooklyn.

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Justin Lieberman

Justin Lieberman is an artist based in Brooklyn.

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Michelle Lim

Michelle Lim is a studio art major at New York University.

Tan Lin

Tan Lin is the author, most recently, of 7 Controlled Vocabularies and Obituary 2004 The Joy of Cooking and Insomnia and the Aunt. The recipient of a Getty Distinguished Scholar Grant and a Warhol Foundation/Creative Capital Arts Writing Grant to complete a book on the writings of Andy Warhol, he is also working on a novel called Our Feelings Were Made by Hand.

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Tim Lokiec

Tim Lokiec is a painter based in Brooklyn. His work has been exhibited at de Pury & Luxembourg, Zurich, Saatchi Gallery, London, Zach Feuer Gallery, New York and Oliver Kamm 5BE, New York. He received his MFA from Columbia University.

Gareth Long

Gareth Long is an artist based in New York. He holds a BA in visual studies and classical civilizations from the University of Toronto and an MFA from Yale University. Recent solo exhibitions include those at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge; Kate Werble Gallery, New York; Michael Benevento, Los Angeles; and Torri, Paris.

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Jordan Lord

Jordan Lord is a writer and video artist, studying at Columbia University. He is also an editorial and production assistant for Triple Canopy.

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Christian Lorentzen

Christian Lorentzen is an editor of the London Review of Books.

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Marie Lorenz

Marie Lorenz is an artist whose project The Tide and Current Taxi ferries passengers through the waterways of New York.

Laurence Lowe

Laurence Lowe is a writer based in Brooklyn and a former editor of Triple Canopy. His work has appeared in the New Republic, GQ, the New York Times, n+1, and Metropolis M.

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Mina Loy

Mina Loy (1882–1966) was a writer, artist, actor, and lamp designer.

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Derek Lucci

Derek Lucci

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Joe Luna

Joe Luna lives in Brighton, UK, where he runs the Hi Zero reading series and edits Hi Zero magazine. Crater Press published the letterpress fold Google Song in November 2011; his poems have appeared in, among others, Poems, Written Between October and December 2010 (Grasp Press), The Claudius App (online), Better than Language: An Anthology of New Modernist Poetries (Ganzfeld Press), FRIENDS (Critical Documents), The Cambridge Literary Review, Sous les Pavés, Damn the Cæsars, "Lana Turner, and *The Death and Life of American Cities. A booklet, LVRSLVRSLVRSLVRS, was privately distributed in 2010; the .pdf epic FAILCORE is still public. A new book, ASTROTURF, is forthcoming.

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Israel Lund

Israel Lund

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Anna Lundh

Anna Lundh is a visual artist, born in Sweden and based in Stockhom and New York. Lundh’s work investigates cultural phenomena, social agreements, technology, and language and takes the form of video, text, installation, and various experiments. In recent years she has participated in residency programs such as LMCC Workspace and Flux Factory, New York, and Omi International Arts Center, Ghent; and shown her work at Bonniers Konsthall, Haninge Konsthall, Kalmar Konstmuseum, and Norrköpings Konstmuseum in Sweden and X-Initiative (Rhizome), Marian Spore, Leo Koenig Inc. Projekte, and Apexart in New York.

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Matthew Lusk

Matthew Lusk is an artist based in Brooklyn.

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Irene Lusztig

Irene Lusztig is a filmmaker and Assistant Professor of Film and Digital Media at UC Santa Cruz.

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Christopher Lyon

Christopher Lyon is an art writer and editor living in Brooklyn. He is editor in chief of Prestel Publishing.

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Caolan Madden

Caolan Madden has an MFA in poetry from Johns Hopkins and is a PhD candidate in English at Rutgers University. She lives in Brooklyn.

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Sara Magenheimer

Sara Magenheimer lives and works in Brooklyn. Language, music/sound, and objects comprise a large part of her video-based art practice. From 2004 to 2010 Magenheimer formed two bands, Flying and WOOM, which toured across the US and internationally and released five records. Magenheimer received an MFA from Bard College and has screened video work and performed at Berkeley Art Museum, Canada Gallery, MoMA PS1, Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Issue Project Room.

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Michael Magnan

Michael Magnan is a New York-based multidisciplinary artist and DJ. He has held numerous residencies at parties such as Mr. Black, Vandam at Greenhouse, and, most recently, ElevenEleven. Presently he is working on a house music production project in collaboration with the artist Physical Therapy, under the name Fatherhood.

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Tony Maimone

Tony Maimone is a Brooklyn-based composer and musician. He embraces the language of Morton Feldman, the chance of improvisation, and the obscurity afforded by a brief bio. He plays in the band And the Wiremen and was a founding member of Pere Ubu.

Tiffany Malakooti

Tiffany Malakooti

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Ari Marcopoulos

Ari Marcopoulos

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Hedia Maron

Hedia Maron is a filmmaker living in Brooklyn, NY. Her first feature documentary, Before Us, about her strange and beautiful family, is currently in production.

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Russell Martin

Russell Martin is an artist and writer in London. Working with group dialogue as a medium, he creates one-off events that are not recorded or exhibited.

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Alice Marwick

Alice Marwick is an assistant professor of communication and media studies and the director of the McGannon Center at Fordham University. Her work investigates online identity and consumer culture through the lenses of privacy, surveillance, consumption, and celebrity. Her first book, Status Update: Celebrity and Attention in Web 2.0 (Yale University Press, 2013), is a multiyear ethnography of the San Francisco tech industry.

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Masks

Masks is a New York-based duo comprised of Alexis Georgopoulos and Max Ravitz. The group's sound is made almost exclusively with analog synthesizers and drum machines and digests the history of electronic dance music, from Detroit to Chicago, cosmic to Italo.

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Rachel Mason

Rachel Mason is a sculptor and musician. She has composed 8 full length albums and 5 operas. Her work has been shown at Park Avenue Armory, Empac Performance Center in Troy, Kunsthalle Zurich, Swiss Institute, School of the Art Institute Chicago, Art in General, Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art. She will be releasing two albums in 2012 on Shatter Your Leaves Records. 

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Harry Mathews

Harry Mathews is the author of six novels and several collections of poetry; his most recent publications are The Human Country: New and Collected Stories, The Case of the Persevering Maltese: Collected Essays, Oulipo Compendium (edited with Alastair Brotchie), and My Life in CIA: A Chronicle of 1973.

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Nick Mauss

Nick Mauss is an artist based in New York. His exhibition “Perforations” is on view at Midway Contemporary Art in Minneapolis until November 15, 2011. Release of the LP compilation Crystal Flowers on Dial Records forthcoming.

Andrew Maxwell

Andrew Maxwell is a linguist and taxonomist working on machine learning and classification problems at Google. A self-described "friend of the poets," he's edited several little magazines, including the Germ and Double Change, and programs reading and lecture series in the Los Angeles area, most recently as codirector of the Poetic Research Bureau.

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Tom McCarthy

Tom McCarthy is the author of three novels, including Remainder and C, and one nonfiction title, Tintin and the Secret of Literature. He is also founder and General Secretary of the International Necronautical Society (INS), a semi-fictitious avant-garde network of writers, philosophers, and artists whose work has been exhibited internationally at venues including the Palais de Tokyo, Paris, Tate Britain, and Moderna Museet, Stockholm.

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James McCourt

James McCourt is the venerable author of Mawrdew Czgowchwz, the tale of the ultimate diva; Kaye Wayfaring in Avenged; Time Remaining, an AIDS lament; Delancey's Way, a Washington saga; Wayfaring at Waverly in Silver Lake; Queer Street, the Rise and Fall of an American Culture; and Now Voyagers, Book One: The Night Sea Journey. "The Canticle of Skoozle" is a segment from his eventually forthcoming On Life So Far & The Pathetique. He lives in New York City, Washington, Dublin, and Crossmolina, County Mayo, with the novelist and renowned picture editor Vincent Virga.

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Joseph McElroy

Joseph McElroy is the author of nine novels, including Lookout Cartridge, Plus, Women and Men, The Letter Left to Me, Actress in the House, and most recently, Cannonball.

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Maureen McHugh

Maureen McHugh is a science-fiction and fantasy writer whose latest story collection, After the Apocalypse, was one of Publishers Weekly’s Ten Best Books of 2011.

Yates McKee

Yates McKee is an art critic and organizer with various Occupy projects including Strike Debt. His work has appeared in venues including October, Grey Room, the Nation, Waging Nonviolence, and Impasses of the Post-Global, a volume in the Critical Climate Change series. He is coeditor of the book Sensible Politics: The Visual Cultures of Nongovernmental Activism (Zone Books), as well as the magazine Tidal: Occupy Theory, Occupy Strategy.

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Damon McMahon

Damon McMahon Damon McMahon is a musician based in Brooklyn. He performs under the name Amen Dunes, which in 2011 released Through Donkey Jaw (Sacred Bones Records)

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Mores McWreath

Mores McWreath

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Kirill Medvedev

Kirill Medvedev is a socialist, antifascist, and poet living in Moscow.

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Matthew Mehlan

Matthew Mehlan is a musician, songwriter, composer, and filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY; he is also a cofounder of the record label Shinkoyo. Originally from Chicago, Mehlan studied Technology in Music and Related Arts at the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music. Since 2003 he has been performing and recording with his band Skeletons, which has released albums on Shinkoyo, Ghostly International, Tomlab, Sockets, and Crammed Discs.

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Rustam Mehta

Rustam Mehta is an architect practicing in New Haven and teaching at Wesleyan University.

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Clara Meister

Clara Meister

Andrea Merkx

Andrea Merkx received her MFA from Hunter College, City University of New York. She has exhibited and performed at venues such as the Or Gallery, BC, Circuit, CH; the Swiss Institute-Contemporary Art, NY; Bureau, NY; Tidens Krav, NO; along with the Bowery Ballroom, Terminal 5, and Irving Plaza, NY. Since 2012 she has been working as part of Merkx&Gwynne, a collaborative framework for interdisciplinary experimentation in group-exhibition-cum-music-video-set production and opera.

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Joe Merrell

Joe Merrell Los Angeles–based artist Joe Merrell works in a range of digital media. He is a member of the recently established collective Gramática parda, which includes several other Los Angeles– and New York–based artists. Merrell received his undergraduate degree in philosophy, Western literature, and history from Evergreen State College and a master’s degree in film from the California Institute of the Arts.

Adam Michaels

Adam Michaels is a founding principle of the New York-based design studio Project Projects, and the editor and designer of Inventory Books.

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Dawn of Midi

Dawn of Midi is an ensemble composed of Qasim Naqvi (percussion), Aakaash Israni (contrabass), and Amino Belyamani (piano). Based in Paris and New York, the group melds free jazz, minimalism, and musique concrète. Its debut album, First, was released this year by Accretions.

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Victoria Miguel

Victoria Miguel is a writer based in New York.

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Radenko Milak

Radenko Milak is a painter and curator based in Banja Luka. In 2005 he co-founded the Protok Centre for Visual Communications, an alternative art space in Banja Luka that is active throughout Bosnia and the region. From 2008 until 2010 he was the director of SpaPort, an annual international art exhibition. He is currently a professor at the Faculty for Information Technology and Design in Banja Luka.

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Mladen Miljanović

Mladen Miljanović is an artist working and living in Banja Luka. In 2007 he received the Zvono Award for best young artist in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He has exhibited at the National Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina; Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien (Vienna), and Smack Mellon (New York). In addition to his performances, new-media productions, and research-based work, Miljanović deals with the social and therapeutic aspects of art by organizing workshops for the disabled.

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John Miller

John Miller is an artist and writer based in New York and Berlin, and a professor of professional practice at Barnard.

Nadja Millner-Larsen

Nadja Millner-Larsen is a writer living in New York. She is currently completing her PhD in the Department of Media, Culture and Communication at New York University. She has recently taught at NYU and at Bard College's Center for Curatorial Studies.

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Joe Milutis

Joe Milutis is a writer and media artist and an assistant professor of interdisciplinary arts at the University of Washington, Bothell. He is the author of numerous multimedia essays and the book Ether: The Nothing That Connects Everything.

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Sebastian Mlynarski

Sebastian Mlynarski

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Isabelle Moffat

Isabelle Moffat is an independent scholar living in Berlin. She received her PhD from MIT in 2002.

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Amir Mogharabi

Amir Mogharabi is an artist and the editor of Farimani, a new critical journal. His editorial and artistic practice derives from an interest in how progress is conceptualized historically and the various ways in which history can be rewritten when approached as invention. He lives in New York.

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K. Silem Mohammad

K. Silem Mohammad is the author of Breathalyzer (Edge Books, 2008), A Thousand Devils (Combo Books, 2004), and Deer Head Nation (Tougher Disguises, 2003). He is editor of Abraham Lincoln.

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Lara Mimosa Montes

Lara Mimosa Montes is currently a PhD candidate in English at The Graduate Center, City University of New York. Her writing has appeared in Bone Bouquet, BOMB, and Women's Studies Quarterly, among other journals. She was born in the Bronx.

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Mario Montez

Mario Montez

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Thomas Moran

Thomas Moran is a graduate of the Yale School of Architecture and a practicing architect.

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Jacob Carpenter Morris

Jacob Carpenter Morris grew up with a full view of the night sky in rural Vermont. He studied composition at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and has been recording and touring since moving to New York City in 2001. His composition “VWB 373: Theme for ‘De Tribus Impostoribus’” was assembled without the use of any digital editing.

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Joseph Mosconi

Joseph Mosconi is a linguist based in Los Angeles. He is an editor of Area Sneaks, a journal of poetry and visual arts, and codirects the Poetic Research Bureau. His criticism can be found in the Fillip Review, The /n/oulipian Analects, and the liner notes to Golden Digest, a DVD release by Animal Charm.

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Ceci Moss

Ceci Moss is a writer, musician, DJ, and curator. She plays bass in the band Cellular Chaos and records solo material as Mi Or and the Pedestals. She writes and edits the contemporary art and music blog A Million Keys and is senior editor for Rhizome. Moss also programs Radio Heart, a weekly show airing on East Village Radio. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in comparative literature at New York University.

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Shana Moulton

Shana Moulton is a video and performance artist based in New York.

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Sam Moyer

Sam Moyer was born in Chicago, raised between Los Angeles and Hanover, Massachusetts, and presently lives and works in Brooklyn. Her work has been included in several shows in New York including Greater New York 2010, at MoMA PS1, and the current Public Art Fund show “Total Recall.” She is represented by Société in Berlin and Rachel Uffner Gallery in New York.

Nicholas Muellner

Nicholas Muellner is a photographer and writer based in West Danby, New York. His recent book projects, including The Amnesia Pavilions (2011) and The Photograph Commands Indifference (2009), explore the role of photography in autobiographical narrative.

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Matt Mullican

Matt Mullican was born in 1951 and currently resides in Berlin. Working in performance, installation, digital technology, and sculpture, and employing tools ranging from hypnosis to cartography, Mullican seeks to develop a cosmological system based on his personal visual and symbolic vocabulary. His work has been exhibited extensively in the US and internationally.

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Eileen Myles

Eileen Myles 's Inferno (a poet's novel) is just out from OR books. For the essay collection The Importance of Being Iceland (2009), she received a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation grant. Sorry, Tree (2007) is her most recent book of poems. In 2010, the Poetry Society of America awarded her the Shelley Prize.

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Lisa Naftolin

Lisa Naftolin is a New York-based Creative Director who has worked on commercial and cultural projects for brands, magazines, museums, and individuals for the past 25 years. Having begun her career designing books and exhibition materials for contemporary art and experimental film, Naftolin has also worked as an art director at publications including The New York Times Magazine and Architecture. She was previously Creative Director of Art + Commerce and Executive Director of Creative Brand Development at NARS Cosmetics. The recipient of numerous professional awards, Naftolin has sat on the board of the AIGA NY and on juries for the American Institute of Graphic Arts, the Hyères Festival and the I.D. Awards, among others. She has been a visiting critic in Design at Yale, a visiting artist at Cooper Union, and a mentor in the Photography program at SVA.

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Sina Najafi

Sina Najafi is the editor-in-chief of New York-based Cabinet magazine.

Ne(x)tworks

Ne(x)tworks is a collaborative ensemble of musicians creating and interpreting work that features a dynamic relationship between composition and improvisation. In performance and recordings, the group locates pathways into various types of notation systems and interfaces, striving for a meaningful dialogue with the past, present, and future of creative music. The group's repertoire ranges from compositions by its members to the open scores of the New York School to work by composer-performers such as AACM. Ne(x)tworks was formed in 2002 in New York City.

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Joanna Neborsky

Joanna Neborsky is a maker of jittery ink drawings and 1960s-stung collage; someone who wasn't, remarkably, Joanna Neborsky, said her work suggests a blend of "Shel Silverstein, Yellow Submarine, and Cy Twombly." (She would gently add Monty Python.) Her first book, Illustrated Three-Line Novels: Félix Fénéon, a collection of gruesome turn-of-the century news items translated by Luc Sante, was published by Mark Batty Publisher in September 2010. Her clients include Farrar, Straus & Giroux, W Magazine, and the New York Times.

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Sarah Neufeld

Sarah Neufeld is a multi-instrumentalist musician and a member of the bands Arcade Fire, Bell Orchestre, and The Luyas. She lives in Brooklyn and Montreal.

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New Humans

New Humans is Brooklyn-based artists Mika Tajima and Howie Chen. Under the New Humans moniker, they have worked with sound, video, sculpture, and installation in performances at such venues as Ballroom Marfa, the Whitney Biennial, and the Walker Art Center. They have collaborated with Vito Acconci, José León Cerrillo, Philippe Decrauzat, Matt Suib, and C. Spencer Yeh, among others.

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Oliver Newton

Oliver Newton

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Bob Nickas

Bob Nickas

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Joshua Noble

Joshua Noble is a writer, designer, and programmer based in Portland, Oregon, and New York City, as well as the author of, most recently, Programming Interactivity.

David Noriega

David Noriega is a writer and translator who spent his childhood in Bogotá, his adolescence in Binghamton, New York, and his young adulthood in Providence. He currently lives in New York.

Peter Nowogrodzki

Peter Nowogrodzki studies bird behavior. He is also a contributing editor, and artistic director, for incite journal.

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Tavia Nyong’o

Tavia Nyong’o is an associate professor of performance studies at New York University. His first book, The Amalgamation Waltz: Race, Performance, and the Ruses of Memory (2009), won the Errol Hill Award for best book in African American theatre and performance studies. Nyong’o has published articles on punk, disco, viral media, the African diaspora, film, and performance art in venues such as Radical History Review, Criticism, TDR: The Journal of Performance Studies, Women & Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory, Women Studies Quarterly, The Nation, and n+1. He is co-editor of the journal Social Text.

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Boru O’Brien O’Connell

Boru O’Brien O’Connell is an artist based in New York. He uses video, film, photography, writing, and sculpture to work within a wide range of venues, media, and collaboration. Upcoming and ongoing projects include an installation for "Works Sited," a program at the Los Angeles Central Public Library curated by Olivien Cha, and a residency at EMPAC (Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute, NY). His first solo exhibition in New York will take place at the Kitchen in January, 2014.

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Brian O‘Doherty

Brian O‘Doherty (b. 1928, Ireland) has had a remarkable and multifaceted career as artist, critic, novelist, and more. After working as a medical doctor and researcher in the UK, O’Doherty relocated to the US, where he hosted two network television shows on art; held posts as critic for the New York Times and editor of Art in America; edited and designed the groundbreaking “conceptual issue” of the multimedia magazine-in-a-box Aspen, a touchstone for Triple Canopy; authored the seminal essay series Inside the White Cube; and, as a director for the NEA visual arts and media programs, helped make Soho a magnet for artists, coining the term “alternative space” and championing early video art. From 1972 to 2008, he worked as an artist under the pseudonym Patrick Ireland. To date, he has mounted over forty solo exhibitions including a recent retrospective at NYU's Grey Art Gallery (2007). O'Doherty is the author of several novels, including The Deposition of Father McGreevy (2000), which earned him a nomination for the Booker Prize. P! and Simone Subal Gallery will open a joint solo exhibition of O’Doherty’s work in March 2014. Read more about O'Doherty's extraordinary life and accomplishments »

Meghan O’Hara

Meghan O’Hara is a San Francisco-based filmmaker who holds an MFA in documentary production from Stanford University. Her current work focuses on the contemporary relevance of representations of the cold war. Along with Mike Attie, she is in production on a documentary that follows a group of Vietnam War reenactors, many of whom are veterans of recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Lauren O’Neill-Butler

Lauren O’Neill-Butler is a New York–based writer and the managing editor of artforum.com.

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Ken Okiishi

Ken Okiishi is an artist who lives between New York and Berlin. His books include One Season in Hell (2007) and A Fair to Meddling Story (2008), and his writing has appeared in Bidoun and Artforum.

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Wendy Olsoff

Wendy Olsoff

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Bill Orcutt

Bill Orcutt was born in Miami in the year of Cuban missile crisis and educated in Florida’s finest institutions. Orcutt was a cofounder of the band Harry Pussy. Since 2009, he has released three solo albums and many cassettes and singles on Palilalia and Editions Mego, and played with Chris Corsano and Alan Bishop. Orcutt’s most recent album, A History of Every One, a collection of the most frequently mentioned songs in American literature, was inspired by a line from The Making of Americans and the scholarship of Elijah Wald and Eric Lott.

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Orphan

Orphan

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Jena Osman

Jena Osman 's books of poems include Public Figures (Wesleyan University Press, 2012), The Network (Fence Books 2010, selected for the National Poetry Series in 2009), An Essay in Asterisks (Roof Books, 2004), and The Character (Beacon Press, winner of the 1998 Barnard New Women Poets Prize).

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Wazhmah Osman

Wazhmah Osman is an assistant professor in the Department of Media Studies and Production at Temple University. Her research focuses on the politics of representation. Her critically acclaimed documentary, Postcards from Tora Bora, has screened in film festivals nationally and internationally.

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Eugene Ostashevsky

Eugene Ostashevsky

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Nathaniel Otting

Nathaniel Otting

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Arthur Ou

Arthur Ou is an artist and writer based in New York. His work has been featured in publications including Blind Spot, Art on Paper, North Drive Press, Art in America, and The Photograph as Contemporary Art, new edition (Thames and Hudson). His writings have been published in Aperture, X-Tra, Afterall.org, Bidoun, Words Without Pictures, and artforum.com.

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Virginia Overton

Virginia Overton is an artist based in Brooklyn. She is known for installations that place scavenged materials and those common to the manual trades into site-responsive configurations. She has presented solo exhibitions of her work at Kunsthalle Bern (2013); Mitchell-Innes & Nash (2013); The Kitchen, New York (2012); The Power Station, Dallas (2012); Freymond-Guth, Zurich (2011); and Dispatch, New York (2010). Her work is currently on view at the Westfälischer Kunsteverein, Munster, Germany.

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Rachel Owens

Rachel Owens lives and works in Brooklyn and is represented by ZieherSmith gallery. She received her MFA from the Art Institute of Chicago in 1999 and was awarded a fellowship by Socrates Sculpture Park in 2007. She has previously exhibited at Bellwether Gallery, Jack the Pelican Presents, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, and apexart.

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Francesco Paladino

Francesco Paladino Francesco Paladino In 2005, Italian filmmaker Francesco Paladino created a series of films to accompany each track on Moore’s debut solo album, The Accidental. The accidental collision of images and improvised sound in Accidental #2 is a reformation of Paladino’s films as visual accompaniment to Moore’s performance.

Karthik Pandian

Karthik Pandian is an artist, writer, and editor at large of Motherwell. He is currently working on a collaborative two-person show with Mathias Poledna at Galerie Meyer Kainer in Vienna and a solo exhibition to open at Midway Contemporary in Minneapolis in September. He has written for Bidoun and at Art21's blog. His work is represented by Richard Telles Fine Art in Los Angeles.

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Christian Parenti

Christian Parenti is a professor of sustainable development at the School for International Training, Graduate Institute. He is a contributing editor to the Nation and the author of four books, most recently Tropic of Chaos: Climate Change and the New Geography of Violence (2011).

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Brittany Paris

Brittany Paris is a former editorial and production assistant at Triple Canopy. She is a Media Studies graduate student at The New School.

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Ed Park

Ed Park is a founding editor of the Believer. He publishes the New-York Ghost, writes a monthly science-fiction column for the Los Angeles Times called Astral Weeks, and blogs at The Dizzies. His first novel, Personal Days, was published in May by Random House. He lives in New York City.

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Graham Parker

Graham Parker is an artist and the author of Fair Use (notes from spam).

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Frank Pasquale

Frank Pasquale is a professor of law at the University of Maryland, a member of the Council for Big Data, Ethics, and Society, and an affiliate fellow of Yale Law School’s Information Society Project. He frequently writes about the ethical, legal, and social implications of information technology, and speaks to attorneys, physicians, and other health professionals about these subjects. His book, The Black Box Society: The Secret Algorithms that Control Money and Information, develops a social theory of reputation, search, and finance, and will be published by Harvard University Press in 2015.

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Pastelegram

Pastelegram

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Rebecca Patek

Rebecca Patek is a New York-based choreographer and performance artist who creates work that synthesizes dance, theater, and comedy. In New York, Patek’s work has been presented at Abrons Art Center, Dance Theater Workshop, 92nd Street Y, Movement Research at Judson Church, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Dance New Amsterdam, the Joyce Soho, and Dixon Place. She has recently received commissions from the Museum of Arts and Design, the Chocolate Factory Theater, and Festival TBD: Emergency Glitter.

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Revolutionary Patriots

Revolutionary Patriots

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Andrew Patrizio

Andrew Patrizio is an art historian at Edinburgh College of Art.

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Prudence Peiffer

Prudence Peiffer is a lecturer and Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Art History and Archaeology at Columbia University. She specializes in modern and contemporary American art, with a particular emphasis on abstraction and artists’ writings. Her current book project explores the multifaceted oeuvre of Ad Reinhardt.

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Javier Peres

Javier Peres

Ara Peterson

Ara Peterson

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Ben Phelps-Rohrs

Ben Phelps-Rohrs recently completed an internship at National Public Radio's Day to Day and now lives in Pittsburgh. He plans to travel to Siberia this winter to visit the third-largest ice city on the planet.

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Alyssa Pheobus

Alyssa Pheobus is an artist living and working between Lahore, Pakistan, and New York City.

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Dan Phiffer

Dan Phiffer is a programmer and artist interested in hackable, inexpensive computer networks.

Ann Pibal

Ann Pibal is a painter whose works were recently exhibited at Meulensteen in New York and the DeCordova Biennial and are held in the permanent collection of the Brooklyn Museum of Art.

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Piehole

Piehole

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Penny Pilkington

Penny Pilkington

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David Platzker

David Platzker is the founder of Specific Object, “a personal venture to aggregate interesting objects in any artistic medium,” and a former director of Printed Matter, Inc. He is the curator the upcoming exhibitions "Specific Object Presents Lawrence Weiner's Printed Work from The Jean-Noël Herlin Archive," and "Robert Barry, Closed Gallery Redux––During the exhibition the gallery will be closed,” both of which are collaborations with Susan Inglett Gallery and will open this summer.

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Jumatatu Poe

Jumatatu Poe is a dance artist from Philadelphia, PA. He currently works with Merián Soto, Leah Stein, Jesse Zaritt, and co-directs idiosynCrazy productions. In 2012 he received a Pew Fellowship in the Arts.

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The Poetic Research Bureau

The Poetic Research Bureau is a nonprofit bookstore, reading space, and publishing collective in Los Angeles.

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PolYPeN

PolYPeN was founded in 2007 by Sabeth Buchmann, Helmut Draxler, Clemens Krümmel, and Susanne Leeb and is published by Berlin’s bbooks. Past publications include Tom Holert, Regieren im Bildraum; Félix Guattari, Die Couch des Armen: Die Kinotexte in der Diskussion, edited by Aljoscha Wescott and Nicolas Siepen; Jacques Rancière, Die Aufteilung des Sinnlichen; and Helmut Daxler, Gefährliche Substanzen: Kunst und Kritik.

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William Pope.L

William Pope.L currently lives and works in Chicago, IL, where he is an Associate Professor in the Department of Visual arts at the University of Chicago. His work has been exhibited and performed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Whitney Museum in New York, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, the New Museum in New York and the Renaissance Society in Chicago. Recent exhibitions and performances include Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art at the Studio Museum in Harlem and the Grey Art Gallery, New York; Cage Unrequited, in conjunction with Performa, NY; Flux This! With Pope.L and Special Guests at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, NY; and Ruffneck Constructivists at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia.

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Natalia Porter

Natalia Porter

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Matthew Porter

Matthew Porter is an artist whose work has recently appeared in exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the International Center of Photography. A monograph of his work will be published in 2014 by MACK.

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Samantha Power

Samantha Power is author of A Problem from Hell and Chasing the Flame.

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John Powers

John Powers was born in Chicago and now lives in Brooklyn. His artwork has been shown at PS1, Exit Art, the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, the Swiss Institute, CUE Art Foundation, and the Brooklyn Museum, among others.

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Julia Powers

Julia Powers is a translator based in New York and New Haven and a PhD student in comparative literature at Yale University. She is the recipient of the 2012 Susan Sontag Translation Prize.

Ervin Prašljivić

Ervin Prašljivić is an activist, architect, photographer, and videographer who lives and works in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He holds a master's degree in urban studies, and received the Sixth of April Award for best architectural proposal in Sarajevo. He also co-organizes lectures and interactive installations about urban phenomena.

Alexander Provan

Alexander Provan lives in Brooklyn and is the editor of Triple Canopy. He is also a contributing editor of Bidoun, a magazine of the arts and culture of the Middle East and its diaspora. His writing on digital culture, aesthetics, literature, and politics have appeared in The Nation, The Believer, n+1, Bookforum, Artforum, Frieze, and Art in America, among other publications. He is a fellow at the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at the New School for 2013-15.

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Psychobuildings

Psychobuildings is a Brooklyn-based band comprised of Peter LaBier, Peter Schuette, Juan Pieczanski and Emily Panic. The group released its first two 7" singles in 2010, on All Hands Electric and Transparent.

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Purple Haze

Purple Haze Purple Haze is Marcia Bassett (Zaimph, Double Leopards, Hototogisu) and Taylor Richardson (Prehistoric Blackout, Fluid Human). A house band for bad trips and temporary psychosis.

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R. H. Quaytman

R. H. Quaytman R. H. Quaytman is a painter living in New York City. Over the last decade Quaytman’s practice has encompassed various roles, including artist, writer, and curator. Recent projects include the artist book Spine published in 2011, directorship (from 2005 to 2008) of the New York gallery known as Orchard, a collective of artists, filmmakers, and art historians. In 2009 Quaytman’s first solo museum exhibition was mounted at the ICA Boston, and in November 2010 the artist’s first survey opened at the Neuberger Museum of Art in Purchase, New York and traveled in June 2011 to the Basel Kunsthalle. Quaytman has had solo exhibitions at Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York; Silberküppe, Berlin; Gladstone Gallery, Brussels; Daniel Buchholz, Cologne.

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Sara Greenberger Rafferty

Sara Greenberger Rafferty is a New York–based interdisciplinary artist. In 2011, she had solo exhibitions at the Suburban, in Chicago, and at Rachel Uffner Gallery, in New York. Rafferty has also had solo exhibitions at the Kitchen and MoMA PS1, both in New York. She is an assistant professor of art at Hampshire College.

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Katie Raissian

Katie Raissian is editor-in-chief of STONECUTTER: A JOURNAL OF ART AND LITERATURE.

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Lisi Raskin

Lisi Raskin ’s on-site research of Cold War relics has informed the making of drawings, objects, videos, and large, constructed environments that simultaneously quell and stimulate her fear of technological progress and pathology. She is currently working on a performance and a series of constructions designed to send healing energy into the past, present, and future. Raskin has exhibited her artwork at the Frankfurter Kunstverein, the Contemporary Art Center Vilnius, MoMA PS1, and the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, Texas. In 2009, Raskin participated in the Istanbul Biennial.

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Lucy Raven

Lucy Raven is an artist based in New York. Her new movie, China Town, an experimental photo animation about global copper production, is currently screening at art, film, and industrial spaces around the country. Her work has been screened and exhibited at Mass MoCA, the Storefront for Art and Architecture, and SculptureCenter, among other venues. She is founding editor, along with Rebecca Gates, of the Relay Project audio magazine.

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Will Rawls

Will Rawls is a choreographer, performer, writer and curator. His work has appeared at Danspace Project, The Brooklyn Museum, The Emily Harvey Foundation, The Chocolate Factory and Williams College, among other venues. As a dancer, Rawls has performed with many artists, including Jérôme Bel, Maria Hassabi, Neal Medlyn, David Neumann, Shen Wei Dance Arts, and Katie Workum. From 2006-2013, Rawls collaborated as one half of the performance duo Dance Gang with Kennis Hawkins. Rawls was a 2013 MacDowell Colony Fellow and is a 2014 LMCC Process Space Artist.

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Sriknath Reddy

Sriknath Reddy

Ariana Reines

Ariana Reines is the author of The Cow, Coeur de Lion, Mercury, and the play Telephone and the translator of books by TIQQUN, Jean-Luc Hennig, and Charles Baudelaire.

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Yael Reinharz

Yael Reinharz is executive director of Artis, an independent nonprofit organization that broadens international awareness and understanding of contemporary art from Israel, and provides important resources, programs and platforms for artists and art professionals to develop lasting partnerships with the global art community.

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Nick Relph

Nick Relph

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Sarah Resnick

Sarah Resnick is a senior editor of Triple Canopy.

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The Review of Contemporary Fiction

The Review of Contemporary Fiction was launched in 1981 to provide a critical discourse around innovative literary works of the highest caliber that have largely been ignored by the mainstream media. Over the years, the Review has provided an alternative canon for contemporary fiction and has introduced such writers as David Foster Wallace, David Markson, and Gilbert Sorrentino, well before they were embraced by the critical establishment. (Wallace served for a time as an editor of the journal, and guest-edited a "Future of Fiction" issue, in 1996.) The Review has also published numerous anthology issues dedicated to new writing from foreign countries, special issues dedicated to innovative publishers (Grove Press, Editions P.O.L), and special topic issues, including the present "Failure" issue.

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Lis Rhodes

Lis Rhodes has been at the forefront of British experimental cinema since the early 1970s, working as part of the London Filmmakers' Co-op and later cofounding Circles, the first organization in the UK dedicated to distributing artist's film and video made by women. She lives and works in London and teaches at Slade School of Fine Art.

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Taylor Richardson

Taylor Richardson

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Emily Richardson

Emily Richardson lives and works in London. Her films are distributed by LUX and have been shown in galleries and at festivals internationally, including Tate Britain; Cafe Gallery Projects, London; Artists Space, New York; and the Edinburgh, London, Hong Kong, Rotterdam, and New York film festivals.

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David Rieff

David Rieff is a journalist and author of books on immigration, international conflict, and humanitarianism.

Larry Rinder

Larry Rinder

Puttin' on the Ritz

Puttin' on the Ritz

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Tom Roberge

Tom Roberge is a book editor and freelance writer.

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Lisa Robertson

Lisa Robertson is a Canadian poet now based in the Vienne region of France. Her most recent books are Lisa Robertson's Magenta Soul Whip (Coach House, 2009) and R's Boat (University of California Press, 2010) A book of essays, Nilling, is forthcoming from Bookthug in Toronto.

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Colin Robinson

Colin Robinson

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Michael Robinson

Michael Robinson is a film and video artist based in Chicago. His work has been shown in festivals, cinematheques, and galleries internationally, including the New York, San Francisco, Hong Kong, Rotterdam, and London film festivals.

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Zach Rockhill

Zach Rockhill is an artist and architect living and working in Brooklyn.

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Torbjørn Rødland

Torbjørn Rødland is a Los Angeles–based photographer whose books include White Plant Black Heart, I Want to Live Innocent, and Andy Capp Variations, and, most recently, Vanilla Partner.

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Adrián Villar Rojas

Adrián Villar Rojas is known for his monumental clay sculptures and represented Argentina at the 2011 Venice Biennale.

Brian Rosa

Brian Rosa is an American photographer, urban researcher, and curator based in Manchester, England, where he is a PhD student in human geography at the University of Manchester.

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Steve Rowell

Steve Rowell is an artist and researcher working between Los Angeles, Washington, DC, and Berlin. He examines technology, culture, and infrastructure on, beneath, and above the landscape, contextualizing the built and the natural environments, appropriating the methods and tools of the geographer and cartographer. Photography, video, and sound recordings from the field provide a medium for his projects. In addition to his own practice he collaborates with the Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI), SIMPARCH, and the Office of Experiments.

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Rufus Corporation

Rufus Corporation is a Brooklyn-based ad hoc "think tank" of performers, artists, musicians, writers, and programmers who collaborate on films and artworks. Their previous work includes Yuri's Office (2009), The Rape of the Sabine Women (2006), and 89 Seconds at Alcázar (2003). Rufus Corporation's most recent foray is the coproduction of performances at the Wallabout Oyster Theatre in south Williamsburg.

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Alix Rule

Alix Rule is a PhD candidate in Sociology at Columbia University.

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Norman Rush

Norman Rush is the author of three novels, including Mating, which won the National Book Award for Fiction in 1991.

Ben Russell

Ben Russell is a media artist and curator whose films, installations, and performances engage with the history and semiotics of the moving image. He has had solo screenings and exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, the Rotterdam Film Festival, the Wexner Center for the Arts, threewalls and the Museum of Modern Art. A 2008 Guggenheim Fellowship and 2010 FIPRESCI award recipient, he began the Magic Lantern screening series in Providence, Rhode Island, was co-director of the artist-run space BEN RUSSELL in Chicago, IL and performs in a double-drum trio called BEAST.

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Nicole Russo

Nicole Russo

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Peter J. Russo

Peter J. Russo is director of Triple Canopy and a founding member of Common Practice New York. From 2009 until 2012, he organized the NY Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1. He has previously worked with such organizations as Printed Matter and the Vera List Center for Art and Politics.

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Georgia Sagri

Georgia Sagri

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Julia Samuels

Julia Samuels

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Jay Sanders

Jay Sanders

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Sukhdev Sandhu

Sukhdev Sandhu directs the Colloquium for Unpopular Culture at New York University. He writes for Bidoun, the Wire, the Guardian, and many other publications.

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Jon Santos

Jon Santos is an artist living and working in New York City. He works in video, sound, performance, and sculpture. Recent performances and projects include Telegraph, at Storefront for Art and Architecture's gala; The Last Weekend, with Peter Coffin; and Social Mirroring, at the New Museum. Jon is an adjunct faculty member at Pratt Institute and the principal of Common Space, a multidisciplinary design and art studio. He has exhibited widely in group exhibitions at Brooklyn Academy of Music, Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), and the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum (New York).

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Saskia Sassen

Saskia Sassen is a sociologist whose work focuses on globalization, urban studies, and emerging technologies. Her most recent book is Territory, Authority, Rights.

Ognjen Šavija

Ognjen Šavija is a classically trained guitar player, multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, producer, sound designer, and multimedia artist from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. His discography includes three solo albums and nine albums with various groups. He also composes music for film, theater, and sound installations. He is one of founders and an active member of the Ambrosia Cultural Association, Sarajevo.

Erin Schell

Erin Schell is a designer, illustrator, and graduate philosophy student living in Brooklyn, NY.

Nathan Schneider

Nathan Schneider is a writer living in Brooklyn and an editor of the online magazine Killing the Buddha.

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The Public School

The Public School

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Barry Schwabsky

Barry Schwabsky is the art critic of the Nation and a regular contributor to the London Review of Books and Artforum.

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Mattathias Schwartz

Mattathias Schwartz

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Peter Schwenger

Peter Schwenger lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and doesn’t get out much.

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Susan Sellers

Susan Sellers received a B.F.A. in graphic design from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1989. She went on to earn an M.A. in American Studies from Yale University, where her work explored mid-nineteenth-century labor practices in craft industries of printing and typesetting and the emergence of professionalized design practices. She has taught and lectured widely, and her articles have appeared in a number of journals including Eye, Design Issues, and Visible Language. She has held positions in several studios including Total Design and UNA in Amsterdam. Ms. Sellers is a founding partner at the design studio 2×4 in New York City and holds the position of Head of Design at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She was appointed to the Yale faculty in 1997 and is currently senior critic in graphic design.

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James Sham

James Sham is an artist living in Richmond. He is pursuing an MFA in sculpture at Virginia Commonwealth University.

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Jeremy Shaw

Jeremy Shaw

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Adam Shecter

Adam Shecter has exhibited widely in New York (venues include D’Amelio Terras, BAMcinematek, Brooklyn Arts Council, Eyebeam, John Connelly Presents, and Deitch Projects), as well as in Miami, Boston and Paris. A graduate of the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, he lives and works in Long Island City.

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Kate Shepherd

Kate Shepherd is a born and bred New Yorker. In addition to the fine-lined enamel paintings for which she is best known, she makes prints, wood puzzles, sculptures, drawings, and site-specific land art. She is represented by Galerie Lelong (New York, Paris), Anthony Meier Fine Art (San Francisco), and Barbara Krakow Gallery (Boston) and has also exhibited with Galería Elvira González (Madrid) and Bartha Contemporary (London). Her work has been acquired by museums such as the Phillips Collection, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

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Cindy Sherman

Cindy Sherman has been creating work since the mid 1970s, and was recently the subject of a major retrospective in 2012 at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Her work will be featured in several prominent group shows in 2014, at the Museum of Modern Art Fort Worth, Texas; the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; me Collectors Room/Olbricht Foundation, Berlin; and the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg.

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Julia Sherman

Julia Sherman mines folk traditions, canonical art history, feminist theory, and a range of personal anxieties to create tableaus of fantasy, philosophy, and interrogation. She has published work in the Paris Review, the New York Times, Cabinet, and Hyperallergic.

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Stuart Sherman

Stuart Sherman (1945–2001) was an artist, performer, and writer.

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Dan Shiman

Dan Shiman lives in Marfa, Texas, serving as the archivist and programmer at the Chinati Foundation. A longtime record collector and DJ, Dan is also creator of Office Naps and the Exotica Project, two sites devoted to lost sounds and obscure vinyl.

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Ara Shirinyan

Ara Shirinyan is the author of four books, most recently Your Country Is Great (Afghanistan–Guyana), from Futurepoem Books, and editor of Make Now Press. He codirects the Poetic Research Bureau and lives in Los Angeles.

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Erin Shirreff

Erin Shirreff is an artist based in New York City. Her work is in the collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Yale University Art Gallery; the Metropolitan Museum of Art; and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, among others. A monograph of her work was published in 2013.

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Siglio

Siglio is an independent press in Los Angeles dedicated to publishing uncommon books that live at the intersection of art and literature. Siglio books defy categorization and ignite conversation: they are cross-disciplinary, hybrid works that subvert paradigms, reveal unexpected connections, rethink narrative forms, and thoroughly engage a reader’s imagination and intellect. We believe that challenging work can be immensely appealing: our books are as much a pleasure to touch and hold as they are to read.

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Amy Sillman

Amy Sillman is a painter living in New York. Her work has most recently been shown in a solo exhibition at Captiain Petzel (Berlin), and in the past at numerous galleries and museums including the Hirshhorn Museum (Washington, D.C.) and the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York). Along with painting, Sillman writes occasional essays about art and other artists, draws comics, publishes a zine called The O.G., and teaches at Bard College's Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts.

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Peter Simensky

Peter Simensky

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Xaviera Simmons

Xaviera Simmons produces installations, sculptures, photographic, video and performative works. Selected solo projects and exhibitions scheduled for 2013–2014 include "Archive as Impetus" with the Museum of Modern Art (New York), "Underscore" at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum (Connecticut), and "Open" at David Castillo Gallery (Miami), in addition to many group exhibitions. Her works are included in major museum and private collections worldwide.

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Joshua Simon

Joshua Simon

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Nolan Simon

Nolan Simon

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Iain Sinclair

Iain Sinclair has lived in Hackney since 1968. He is working on a book, That Red Rose Empire, woven from interviews with Hackney artists, writers, and local characters, due to be published by Hamish Hamilton this year.

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Dexter Sinister

Dexter Sinister is a design and publishing collaborative opened by David Reinfurt and Stuart Bailey in 2006 as a “Just-in-Time Workshop & Occasional Bookstore” in a Ludlow Street basement in New York; they were later joined by Sarah Crowner. Dexter Sinister combines the characteristically distinct identities of designer, producer, publisher, and distributor. They propose a heteroclite counterpart to the dominant one-size-fits-all, Fordist, assembly-line style of print production and distribution. In contrast to the juggernaut of contemporary publishing and its economies of scale, the workshop "avoids waste by working on demand, utilizing local cheap machinery, considering alternate distribution strategies, and collapsing distinctions of editing, design, production, and distribution into one efficient activity.”

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Skeletons

Skeletons is a New York-based avant-pop ensemble. The band's sixth full-length record, Money, was recently released on Tomlab.

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Josh Slater

Josh Slater is an artist who lives and works in Brooklyn.

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Ada Smailbegović

Ada Smailbegović is a poet and critic. Her writing explores relations between poetics, natural history, affect, and animal studies. Smailbegović is the author of Avowal of What is Here (JackPine Press, 2009) and one of the founding members of The Organism for Poetic Research. She is currently completing a dissertation titled “Poetics of Liveliness: Natural Histories of Matter in Twentieth and Twenty-first Century Poetry” in New York University’s Department of English.

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Christine Smallwood

Christine Smallwood is a former Triple Canopy contributing editor. She has written for the Nation, the London Review of Books, the Baffler, and Harper's Magazine. She lives in Brooklyn.

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Melanie Smith

Melanie Smith

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Michael Smith

Michael Smith

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Genevieve Smith

Genevieve Smith is a writer living in Brooklyn and a former Triple Canopy contributing editor. She is currently an assistant editor at Harper's Magazine.

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Patrick Smith

Patrick Smith is an artist living in Brooklyn. His interactive animations are collected at Vectorpark.com.

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William S. Smith

William S. Smith is a Triple Canopy senior editor and an associate editor at Art in America.

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Maria Sonevytsky

Maria Sonevytsky is a PhD student in ethnomusicology at Columbia University and one half of the Brooklyn musical duo the Debutante Hour. She currently lives in Bakhchisaray, Crimea, but will soon relocate to the Ukrainian Carpathian Mountains to continue her dissertation fieldwork.

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The Song Cave

The Song Cave is a publisher of books, chapbooks, and art editions.

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Kathryn Sonnabend

Kathryn Sonnabend studied German and Architecture at Brown University and has lived in Boston, Providence, and Berlin.

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Anna Sperber

Anna Sperber is a dancer and choreographer based in Brooklyn.

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Nancy Spero

Nancy Spero was a pioneer of feminist art. She was born in Cleveland in 1926 and died in New York City in 2009. Her work was shown in major exhibitions at Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain (2003); MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1994); Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (1994); Museum of Modern Art, New York (1992); and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (1988).

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Molly Springfield

Molly Springfield is an artist living in Washington, DC. Her work has been shown in solo exhibitions in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and Washington.

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Matthew Stadler

Matthew Stadler

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Holly Stanton

Holly Stanton is a New York–based curator and photographer.

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Will Steacy

Will Steacy was raised in Philadelphia and now resides in New York. His work has been shown in numerous gallery and museum exhibitions and has appeared in Harper's, New York Magazine, the Paris Review, and Newsweek.

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Jessie Stead

Jessie Stead

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Laura Steenberge

Laura Steenberge

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Bob Stein

Bob Stein is creator of the Criterion Collection of films, founder of the Voyager Company, an original advocate of cross-platform electronic publishing and most recently initiator and director of the Institute for the Future of the Book. He is currently developing a new digital-publishing company.

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Avi Steinberg

Avi Steinberg

Florine Stettheimer

Florine Stettheimer (1871 - 1944) was an artist, poet, and designer.

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C. S. Stevens

C. S. Stevens is a freelance photographer based in London.

Ben Street

Ben Street is a teacher, lecturer, and critic living in London.

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Publication Studio

Publication Studio is an experiment in sustainable publication. They print and bind books on demand, creating original work with artists and writers, books that both respond to the conversation of the moment and can endure. Publication Studio is a laboratory for publication in its fullest sense—not just the production of books, but the production of a public. This public, which is more than a market, is created through deliberate acts: the circulation of texts; discussions and gatherings in physical space; and the maintenance of a digital commons. Together these construct a space of conversation, a public space, which beckons a public into being.

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Stefan Sulzer

Stefan Sulzer

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Sumi Ink Club

Sumi Ink Club is a Los Angeles–based collective founded in 2005 by Sarah Anderson and Luke Fischbeck. The group meets regularly to execute topsy-turvy, detailed, collaborative drawings using ink on paper. In each of its permutations, Sumi Ink Club uses group drawings as a means to open and fortify social interactions that bleed into everyday life. Sumi Ink Club is nonhierarchical: all ages, all humans, all styles.

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Eve Sussman

Eve Sussman is a Brooklyn-based artist and filmmaker who works collectively with Rufus Corporation. Sussman and the company have created Yuri's Office (2009), The Rape of the Sabine Women (2006), 89 Seconds at Alcázar (2003). Their most recent work, whiteonwhite:algorithmicthriller, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and at Cristin Tierney Gallery in New York. Rufus Corporation's work has been exhibited at museums and festivals worldwide.

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Cole Swensen

Cole Swensen

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Lumi Tan

Lumi Tan is an assistant curator at The Kitchen in New York and associate editor of The Exhibitionist: Journal for Exhibition Making.

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Tanlines

Tanlines is Jesse Cohen (Professor Murder) and Eric Emm (Storm & Stress, Brothers production) playing electrified island sounds, synthesized live. Their first single, New Flowers, is out now on Young Turks.

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Michael Tarr

Michael Tarr

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Alex Tatusian

Alex Tatusian works with people, primarily in graphic design, music, film, and writing. He is a co-founder of BF Bifocals, a free graphic-design collective, and has received a degree from an accredited institution.

Ben Tausig

Ben Tausig is a PhD student in ethnomusicology at NYU. He is currently in Bangkok, Thailand, doing fieldwork on sound and noise in urban settings. His blog is Weird Vibrations.

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Yoko Tawada

Yoko Tawada

Allie Tepper

Allie Tepper is a writer, program manager at Triple Canopy, and studio assistant for the artist Cory Arcangel. Previously, Allie was the Fluxus project cataloguer at the Museum of Modern Art where she helped organize the exhibition "Thing/Thought: Fluxus Editions, 1963–78," and a curatorial assistant at the Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery where she helped found a no-cost Calligraphy Initiative in honor of Lloyd J. Reynolds.

Hiroshi Teshigahara

Hiroshi Teshigahara

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Tom Thayer

Tom Thayer is a visual artist based in New Jersey. His work was recently included in the 2012 Whitney Biennial. He is represented by Derek Eller Gallery in New York, where his exhibition “Crossing the Methane River” was on view this past spring.

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Nine 11 Thesaurus

Nine 11 Thesaurus

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James Merle Thomas

James Merle Thomas is a San Francisco–based writer, editor, and curator. He is currently completing a dissertation in the Department of Art History at Stanford, where he researches intersections between art, science, and politics of the cold war. He is the 2011-12 Guggenheim Predoctoral Fellow at the National Air and Space Museum at the Smithsonian Institution.

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John Thompson

John Thompson is a writer living in Brooklyn.

Leslie Thornton

Leslie Thornton is an internationally acclaimed media artist whose work explores the outer parameters of ethnographic and narrative form. Her films, videos, photographs, and installations have been exhibited worldwide, in venues such as the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the CAPC Musée d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux, and the Rotterdam, New York, Berlin, Toronto, Buenos Aires, and Seoul film festivals. Thornton is currently a professor in media at Brown University.

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Matthew Thurber

Matthew Thurber

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Andrew Ti

Andrew Ti is a photographer living in Brooklyn.

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Lynne Tillman

Lynne Tillman is the author of five novels, four collections of short stories, one collection of essays, and two books of nonfiction. Her second essay collection, What Would Lynne Tillman Do?, will be published by Red Lemonade Press in winter 2014.

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Jennifer Tipton

Jennifer Tipton

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Tiqqun

Tiqqun is a French collective of authors and activists formed in 1999. The group published two journal volumes in 1999 and 2001 (in which the collective author “The Invisible Committee” first appeared), as well as the books Théorie du Bloom and Théorie de la jeune fille.

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Benjamin Tiven

Benjamin Tiven is an artist and writer living in New York.

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Title TK

Title TK Title TK (Howie Chen, Cory Arcangel & Alan Licht) is a banter-prone band that has been described as “a cross between David Antin and Spinal Tap.”

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Josh Tonsfeldt

Josh Tonsfeldt

Dan Torop

Dan Torop lives and works in New York City. He works with lenses, film, paper, words, vehicles, and computer languages. In 2013 Torop showed Alkali Desert, an exhibition that retraced Mark Twain's 1861 journey across Utah's alkali desert, at The Green Gallery in Milwaukee. Alkali Desert was also on display at The Center for Land Use Interpretation's Wendover Exhibit Hall One in 2012.

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Mónica de La Torre

Mónica de La Torre ’s poetry collections include two in English, Talk Shows (Switchback Books, 2006) and Public Domain (Roof Books, 2008), and two in Spanish, Acúfenos (Taller Ditoria, 2006) and Sociedad Anónima (UNAM/ Bonobos, 2010). She is the editor, with Michael Weigers, of the bilingual anthology Reverisible Monuments: Contemporary Mexican Poetry (Copper Canyon, 2002). Her translations from Spanish include Lila Zemborain’s Mauve Sea-Orchids (co-translated with Rosa Alcalá) and Poems by Gerardo Deniz, which she also edited. A recent collaborative book project, Taller de Mecanografía, was published in 2011 in Mexico City by Tumbona Ediciones. Four, a group of four new chapbooks, is just out from Switchback Books. She lives in Brooklyn and is senior editor at BOMB Magazine.

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Meline Toumani

Meline Toumani is a writer based in Brooklyn. From 2007 to 2009 she lived and worked in Turkey and traveled frequently to Armenia. Her stories and essays have appeared in the New York Times, the Nation, n+1, Salon, and other publications. Her first book is a reflection on how history is written and remembered.

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The Tourettes

The Tourettes broke your heart nearly fifty years ago, when they came on the da-doo-ron-ron-core scene with their relatively flat hair and voices, and a boundless enthusiasm for a world you, as a sheltered and joyless Boomer teen, could have hardly imagined. Now that you've grown up, test the seams that you've carefully stitched around your heart as these surprisingly youthful-looking grandmas take the stage again, yelping and crunching and clapping through the wreckage of your adolescence.

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Anthony Tran

Anthony Tran is an artist and the editorial technologist of Triple Canopy. He was born in New York City and raised at the Hotel Carter.

Jules Treneer

Jules Treneer is the Western European correspondent for the Faster Times. His work has appeared in the New York Sun, the Rumpus, Snorkel, and n+1

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Romy Treneer

Romy Treneer is a photographer based in Paris.

Triple Canopy

Triple Canopy is a magazine based in New York.

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Hovhannes Tumanyan

Hovhannes Tumanyan was an Armenian writer of poetry and fiction. He died in 1923.

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Ted Turner

Ted Turner

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UnionDocs

UnionDocs is a center for documentary art that brings together a diverse community of experimental media-makers, dedicated journalists, critical thinkers, and local partners on a search for urgent expressions of the human experience, practical perspectives on the world today, and compelling visions for the future.

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Urban China

Urban China is the first magazine about urbanism in China. Currently Urban China has its studios in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou, with advisers and project cooperators including world-class architects, curators, and offices.

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Anja Utler

Anja Utler was born in Schwandorf, Germany, in 1973, studied Slavic and English literature as well as elocution and speech therapy, and now lives in Vienna and Regensburg. Münden – entzüngeln (2004), published in English as engulf – enkindle, received the coveted Leonce-und-Lena Prize for poetry. Newer books are brinnen, jana, vermacht, and Ausgeübt: Eine Kurskorrekture.

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Franklin Vandiver

Franklin Vandiver is a graphic designer based in New York.

Kazys Varnelis

Kazys Varnelis is the director of the Network Architecture Lab at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and the author of the book The Infrastructural City: Networked Ecologies in Los Angeles. With Robert Sumrell, he runs the nonprofit architectural collective AUDC (Architecture Urbanism Design Collaborative).

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Hrag Vartanian

Hrag Vartanian is a Brooklyn-based writer, editor, and critic. He is the editor of Hyperallergic and a member of the Triangle Arts Association board.

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Michael C. Vazquez

Michael C. Vazquez

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Conrad Ventur

Conrad Ventur

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Ben Vida

Ben Vida is a Brooklyn-based artist and composer. He has been an active member of the international experimental music community for the past seventeen years. In the mid-1990s he co-founded the group Town and Country and has worked as a solo artist under his own name and as Bird Show, releasing records on such labels as PAN, Alku, Thrill Jockey, Drag City, Hapna, and Kranky. Vida has recently performed at the Kitchen with David Behrman; at the Sacrum Profamun festival in Krakow, which debuted the Tyondai Braxton/Ben Vida Duo; at Electrónica en Abril festival in Madrid; and at Akousma Festival in Montreal. Ben’s exhibition, “Slipping Control,” was presented at Audio Visual Arts in New York City this past spring. He is a 2013 Artist in Residency at ISSUE Project Room in Brooklyn and at the Clocktower in Manhattan.

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Dan Visel

Dan Visel is a Triple Canopy contributing editor and researcher living in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Marc Vives

Marc Vives is a filmmaker, editor, and video artist living in Brooklyn.

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Ian Volner

Ian Volner is a writer and critic, and former editor of Edificial.com. His work has appeared in Bookforum, the Architect's Newspaper, and the Architectural Record, among other journals. He lives in Manhattan.

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Catherine Wagner

Catherine Wagner teaches in the MA program in creative writing at Miami University and lives in Oxford, OH with her son Ambrose. She is the author of the book Nervous Device](http://www.citylights.com/book/?GCOI=87286100912320&fa=author&person_id=16694)(City Lights Publishers, 2012)..

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Gretchen Wagner

Gretchen Wagner is Assistant Curator in the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books at The Museum of Modern Art, where she most recently organized the exhibitions “Projects 98: Slavs and Tatars” and “Thing/Thought: Fluxus Editions, 1962-1978.” This October, she will assume the position of Curator at the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts in St. Louis.

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Caleb Waldorf

Caleb Waldorf is an artist and the creative director of Triple Canopy. He currently lives in Berlin.

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Angie Waller

Angie Waller is a New York–based artist who uses her online presence, couchprojects, to document a set of cultural interventions in commercialism, shopping, and social networking.

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Wang Bing

Wang Bing is a Chinese documentary filmmaker.

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Gary War

Gary War

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McKenzie Wark

McKenzie Wark is the author of A Hacker Manifesto, Gamer Theory, 50 Years of Recuperation of the Situationist International, and The Beach Beneath the Street, among other books. He teaches at the New School for Social Research and Eugene Lang College in New York City.

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Warm Engine

Warm Engine is Greta Hansen and Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong, a creative duo that works between art and architecture.

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Dragging an Ox Through Water

Dragging an Ox Through Water

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Greg Wayne

Greg Wayne is a neuroscientist at Columbia University.

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Bill Weeden

Bill Weeden is an actor and songwriter from Manhattan. He has appeared in many plays and films and has hosted television shows.

Tingting Wei

Tingting Wei is an undergraduate studying Studio Art at New York University.

Eliot Weinberger

Eliot Weinberger 's most recent books of essays are An Elemental Thing and Oranges & Peanuts for Sale, both published by New Directions.

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Julia Weist

Julia Weist is an artist and author living in Brooklyn. She was educated at the Cooper Union School of Art and is completing a master’s of library science at Pratt Institute. Sexy Librarian is her first novel.

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Easton West

Easton West

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Ryland Wharton

Ryland Wharton is an artist and software engineer currently living in Columbus, Ohio. He runs the studio The Work We Do.

Hannah Whitaker

Hannah Whitaker is a photographer and Triple Canopy contributing editor based in New York City.

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Robert Whitman

Robert Whitman is best known for his seminal and continuing work in creating innovative, non-narrative, imagistic theater pieces. He was a member of a group of visual artists—among them Allan Kaprow, Red Grooms, Jim Dine, and Claes Oldenburg—who began making theatrical work in the early 1960s that was performed in ad hoc spaces on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Whitman has since presented more than forty theater pieces in the United States and abroad—works that are visually and aurally rich, incorporating actors, films, slides, sounds, and evocative props in environments of the artist’s own making.

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Brook Wilensky-Lanford

Brook Wilensky-Lanford is the author of Paradise Lust: Searching for the Garden of Eden (Grove Press, 2011). Her essays and reviews have appeared in Salon, The Huffington Post, The San Francisco Chronicle, and Killing the Buddha, where she is an associate editor. She lives in Jersey City, New Jersey.

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Diane Williams

Diane Williams 's most recent book of stories is Vicky Swanky Is a Beauty, due out from McSweeney's in January 2012. She is the editor of the literary annual NOON.

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Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

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David Wojnarowicz

David Wojnarowicz (1954–1992) was an artist, writer, and activist.

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Uljana Wolf

Uljana Wolf

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Jonah Wolf

Jonah Wolf studies classics at Brown University. He has written for the College Hill Independent and Paper. He is an editorial and production assistant for Triple Canopy.

Matt Wolf

Matt Wolf is a filmmaker in New York. His acclaimed film Wild Combination is about the avant-garde cellist and disco producer Arthur Russell. He’s working on Teenage, a pre-history of teenagers based on a book by Jon Savage.

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Rebecca Wolff

Rebecca Wolff is the author of three volumes of poetry (Manderley, Figment, and The King) and a novel called The Beginners (Riverhead Books, 2011). She is the editor of Fence and Fence Books, the publisher of the Constant Critic, and a fellow at the New York State Writers Institute at the University at Albany. A native of Chelsea, NY, she now lives in Hudson, NY.

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Nate Wooley

Nate Wooley

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Jacob Wren

Jacob Wren

Lynn Wright

Lynn Wright is a Brooklyn-based composer and musician. He embraces the language of Morton Feldman, the chance of improvisation, and the obscurity afforded by a brief bio. He plays in the band And the Wiremen.

B. Wurtz

B. Wurtz moved to New York in the mid-1980s after studying at the California Institute of the Arts and UC Berkeley. His work has been the subject of numerous one-person exhibitions and has been included in group shows throughout the US and Europe.

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Mark Wyse

Mark Wyse is a Los Angeles–based artist. His most recent book, Seizure, was published by Damiani Editore in 2011. In 2012 and 2013 Wyse displayed his work at Gagosian Gallery, New York; the University Art Museum, California State University Long Beach; and the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

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Nine Eglantine Yamamoto-Masson

Nine Eglantine Yamamoto-Masson is a French-Japanese artist, scholar, and curator based in Berlin and at home in many places. She likes cats and strange music.

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Jeffrey Yang

Jeffrey Yang is the author of the poetry collection An Aquarium (Graywolf) and is an editor at New Directions.

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Matvei Yankelevich

Matvei Yankelevich Matvei Yankelevich’s books and chapbooks include Boris by the Sea (Octopus Books, 2009), The Present Work (Palm Press, 2006), and Writing in the Margin (Loudmouth Collective, 2001). His writing has appeared in Boston Review, Damn the Caesars, Fence, Open City, and other magazines. His translations from Russian have appeared in Circumference, Harper's, New American Writing, Poetry, and the New Yorker. He teaches at Hunter College, Columbia University School of the Arts (Writing Division), and the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College. He is an editor at Ugly Duckling Presse and of the Eastern European Poets Series, and a co-editor of 6×6. He lives in Brooklyn.

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Ben Yaster

Ben Yaster was born in Baltimore. He now spends his time between Brooklyn and New Haven.

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C. Spencer Yeh

C. Spencer Yeh is a musician and artist born in Taipei, Taiwan, and now living in Brooklyn. Yeh has performed and presented work in a variety of venues and exhibition spaces, including the New Museum, New York; the Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati; Issue Project Room, Brooklyn; White Flag Projects, St. Louis; Sónar; Frieze Music; and All Tomorrow's Parties. He has collaborated on musical and artistic projects with Nate Wooley, Okkyung Lee, Justin Lieberman, Tony Conrad, and New Humans with Vito Acconci.

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Ann Liv Young

Ann Liv Young is a graduate from the Hollins University dance program, as well as a former resident of the French US Exchange in Dance (FUSED) program in France and the Laban Centre in London. Her work has been presented at venues in New York City and Europe such as MoMA PS1, Brooklyn Museum, ImPulsTanz, Springdance, and Kampnagel.

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Bryan Zanisnik

Bryan Zanisnik is an artist based in Brooklyn. He holds an MFA from Hunter College and has attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture.

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Jesse Zaritt

Jesse Zaritt has performed his solo work in Russia, Korea, Germany, New York, Japan, Mexico and Israel. He has performed with Shen Wei Dance Arts and the Inbal Pinto Dance Company, as well as with choreographers Faye Driscoll and Netta Yerushalmy. His solo Binding was the recipient of three New York Innovative Theater Awards in 2010. Zaritt was a 2012–2013 resident artist in the Studio Series Program at New York Live Arts with Jumatatu Poe.

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Zhen Zhang

Zhen Zhang

Zs

Zs is a Brooklyn-based quartet. The band makes music that challenges the physical and mental limitations of performers and listeners alike. Zs' most recent record, Music of the Modern White, is available now on Social Registry.

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Kevin Zucker

Kevin Zucker is a New York-based artist. His work has been exhibited in solo shows internationally and, in New York, at Greenberg Van Doren, Mary Boone Gallery, and Zach Feuer Gallery; it has also been featured in group exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum, New Museum, and MoMA PS1, and the Moore Space.

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Joshua Zucker-Pluda

Joshua Zucker-Pluda is an artist who lives and works in New York City. He is the host and curator of the Roadside Picnic podcast and its accompanying record series, A Room Forever.

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Felipe Zuniga

Felipe Zuniga

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Frans Zwartjes

Frans Zwartjes

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