Category Archives: Publisher

Jason Tlush

Jason Tlush, photo by Ian Markell

Jason Tlush is a printer in Los Angeles who focuses on producing exhibition prints for artists and photographers. Combining cutting edge digital technology grounded in the aesthetics of photography and traditional print making techniques, his studio operates with an understanding of the creative process and the nuances of producing work for artists, galleries, museums, and collectors.

Jason studied at Parsons School of Design in New York and apprenticed under Benedict Fernandez, who introduced him to the art of printing and became a driving force behind his pursuit of the craft. Following that, Jason worked for two years as first assistant to Arnold Newman, working closely with the legendary photographer in his studio and darkroom. Jason left New York in 1999 and spent the next decade developing skills in commercial labs and studying the transition as the industry evolved from darkroom to digital. The larger labs offered a wonderful range of technologies and services but didn’t allow for a formative relationship between between artist and printer. Recognizing this lapse in the industry and wanting to pursue work with the artists he was already passionate about, he opened his Hollywood studio in 2009 to focus solely on working with artists in a collaborative environment.

Recent exhibitions that Tlush Studio has contributed to include Kathryn Andrews @MCA Chicago & Nasher Sculpture Center, Melanie Schiff @ Kate Werble Gallery, BrianPaumier at De Soto Gallery, and Connie Samaras @ Armory Center, as well as projects with Larry Johnson, Carlee Fernandez, Peter Alexander, Jona Frank, Charles Ray, Richard Misrach, and the Mike Kelley Foundation.

The books mentioned in the interview are; Iggy Peck, Architect and Irrational Exuberance.

Jason Tlush Studio

Jason Tlush Studio

Marjorie Coverley Luesebrink

coverleyheadshotM.D. Coverley [Marjorie Coverley Luesebrink] is a hypermedia fiction writer.  She also works as educator, curator, editor, critic, and journalist.

As M.D. Coverley, she has been writing digital-born fiction since 1995.  Her full-length interactive, electronic novel, Califia, is available on CD-ROM from Eastgate Systems (2000).  Her hypermedia novel, Egypt: The Book of Going Forth by Day, was published as an artist’s book (electronic) in 2006.  A selection of web hypermedia short stories, Fingerprints on Digital Glass, is available on her website. Coverley’s current works-in-progress include Tin Towns and Other Excel Fictions, a series of narratives constructed with spreadsheets (The 2015 Fukushima Pinup Calendar is part of this collection), Tarim Tapestry, and Hours of the Night (a PowerPoint poem with Stephanie Strickland).

Coverley’s web short stories, poems, and essays have appeared in The Iowa Review Web, BeeHive, Artifacts, Cauldron & Net, The Blue Moon Review, electronic book review, Riding the Meridian, Salt Hill, New River, Currents in Electronic Literacy, Bunk, Poems That Go, Enterzone, The Salt River Review, Aileron, Blast 5 (Alt X Publications), Room Without Walls, and frAme.  She also produced the online and real time collaborative drama, “M is for Nottingham?” for the 2002 trAce Incubation Convention.


Coverley has read/exhibited nationally and internationally: Library of Congress, Hammer Museum, Guggenheim Museum NY, the Digital Center for the Arts at UCLA, Brown University, Museum of Post-Digital Cultures (Switzerland), Squaw Valley Writer’s Conference, Chicago School of the Arts, trAce, Beyond Baroque, Hugo House Seattle, Downtown Campus Library University of West Virginia, Newport Beach Public Library CA, Boston Lite Show (Boston Cyberarts Festival), ELO Visionary Landscapes Conference Media Arts Show, Aldeburgh Poetry Festival UK, Bibliothèque nationale de France (National Library of France), Digital Humanities Summer Institute (Victoria), Future For Word Multimedia Exhibition (Seattle Poetry Festival), Doheney Library USC, Arts Santa Monica Barcelona.

Because the field of Electronic Literature is still emerging, many practitioners have participated in several elements of field-building.  Luesebrink is a founding board member and past president of the Electronic Literature Organization.  She has written non-fiction and critical articles about e-lit, and has curated several online collections of works.  She has worked as editor for The Blue Moon Review, Inflect, Riding the Meridian, and Word Circuits.



Felicia M. Gordon

FeliciaMGordonforYRFelicia M. Gordon is an artist living and working in Harlem.

Classically trained in drawing, painting and photography, her goal is to express relevant ideas in the most appropriate medium for each idea.She does not limit herself to any particular discipline. Gordon started the art collective, Sugar Hill Culture Club, in 2006 to develop collaborative projects among friends and colleagues that reflect a refined, urban-inspired ethos.Gordon has been featured in ELLE magazine and The New York Times Style Magazine, T, for her book of photography, Where’s Wendell? and Sugar Hill Culture Club’s exhibit and installation, New York, Naturally (both summer 2014).

Where’s Wendell? was showing at the New York Design Center through the beginning of March, 2015. Work from this collection can be viewed at Red Rooster Harlem. 

Read her magazine!  Those People.

Image by Rog Walker

Clothesline on Park Avenue, Park Avenue/86th St., Winter 2013

Image by Rog Walker

Maxin and Relaxin, Union Square Park, Fall 2012

David Gryn

David Gryn Image 2014David Gryn is the founding director of Daata Editions, which aims to empower artists and the marketplace via commissioning artists video, sound and web based artworks. Gryn is the founding director of Artprojx, which screens, curates and promotes artists’ moving image projects worldwide, working with contemporary art galleries, art fairs, institutes, film festivals, websites and artists. Gryn also regularly lectures at universities and art schools. Current projects include curating film and sound, Art Basel in Miami Beach 2015, curating at The Royal College of Psychiatrists, co-director/curator of the Strangelove Moving Image Festival.

Learn more on his website here.


Oh the humanity, 2015 Jon Rafman (courtesy the artist and Daata Editions)


OM Passenger, 2015 Takeshi Murata (courtesy the artist and Daata Editions)