Deborah Kennedy

Deborah Kennedy is a writer and artist who focuses on ecological themes. In her recent book–Nature Speaks: Art and Poetry for the Earth—Kennedy combines provocative poetry and earth-toned illustrations that capture the bond between ourselves and the larger natural world. Nature Speaks: Art and Poetry for the Earth is the winner of two national poetry […]

Hermione Spriggs

Hermione Spriggs is a Yorkshire-born artist and researcher working between the fields of art and anthropology. Whilst often engaging in collaboration with other artists and specialists external to the art world, her own research is dedicated to articulating and propagating a practice-based field known as The Anthropology of Other Animals (“AoOA”). AoOA has developed in […]

Gluklya (Natalia Pershina-Yakimanskaya)

Born in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg), Natalya Pershina-Yakimanskaya (also known as Gluklya) lives and works in St. Petersburg and Amsterdam. Shortly after graduating from the Mukhina Academy of Art and Design, she co-founded the artists’ collective The Factory of Found Clothes (FFC) with Olga Egorova (Tsaplya). FFC uses installations, performance, video, text and “social research” […]

Carina A. del Rosario

Born in the Philippines, Carina A. del Rosario immigrated to the United States as a young girl. She earned her B.A. in Communication from Santa Clara University in 1991. She has studied photography with Magnum Photographer Alex Webb, Rebecca Norris Webb, Raul Touzon and Eddie Soloway, and has been mentored by numerous visual artists in […]

Nick Montfort

Nick Montfort develops computational art and poetry, often collaboratively, and studies creative computing of all sorts. He is professor of digital media at MIT. He lives in New York and Boston. Montfort earned a Ph.D. in computer and information science from the University of Pennsylvania, a Masters in creative writing (poetry) from Boston University, a […]

Vid Ingelevics

Vid Ingelevics is a Toronto-based visual artist, writer, independent curator and educator. He is currently teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels in the School of Image Arts at Ryerson University, Toronto. His artwork has followed several key threads related to the representation of the past, the nature of archives and museums and our experience […]

Stefan Klein

Klein’s work deals primarily with complex systems that are transferred in (performative) conceptual ways – in a subtle yet interactive form. Deduction as a method ranges from installations to interven- tions. He is interested in small gestures, and printed publications as a conceptual work, reflecting on performances as an action of a documented performative act. […]

Emilie Clark

Emilie Clark is a New York artist who works in drawing, painting, installation and writing. Different developments in her project “Sweet Corruptions” were exhibited in solo shows at Morgan Lehman Gallery (New York, NY) the Nevada Museum of Art, (Reno,NV), the San Jose Museum of Art and the Lynden Sculpture Garden (Milwaukee, WI) where she […]

Aura Rosenberg

Aura Rosenberg lives in New York City and Berlin.  She has examined themes of sexuality, childhood, work/play, family history and world history.  She has produced painting, sculpture, photography, video, and plays keyboards with her bands Cornichons and Dirty Mirrors in NYC and Berlin. In 1996 Stop Over Press published her first book, Head Shots. In […]

Damien Davis

Damien Davis (b. 1984) is a Brooklyn-based artist. His practice explores historical representations of blackness by seeking to unpack the visual language of various cultures and question how these societies code/decode representations of race through design and digital modes of production.  Davis’ recent solo presentations include White Room, METHOD Gallery, Seattle, WA (2017); MoMA PopRally […]