Kimberli Meyer

Kimberli Meyer studied architecture at University of Illinois, Chicago, and art at California Institute of the Arts. She has been the director of the MAK Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler House in West Hollywood, California since 2002. She has initiated and organized many programs there, including the exhibitions How Many Billboards? Art […]

David Levi Strauss

David Levi Strauss is the author of Words Not Spent Today Buy Smaller Images Tomorrow (Aperture, 2014), From Head to Hand: Art and the Manual (Oxford University Press, 2010), Between the Eyes: Essays on Photography and Politics, with an introduction by John Berger (Aperture 2003, and in a new edition, 2012), and Between Dog & […]

Saul Ostrow / CPI

Saul Ostrow is an independent critic, and curator, the Art Editor at Lodge for Bomb Magazine and the former Chair of Visual Arts and Technologies at The Cleveland Institute of Art (2002-2012.) In 1996 he terminated his studio practice, after having exhibited nationally, and internationally for over 20 years. In 2011, he founded Critical Practices […]

Amelia Taylor-Hochberg

Amelia Taylor-Hochberg is a writer, editor and podcaster in Los Angeles. She is really uncomfortable writing bios, and will take this opportunity to list her professional mechanisms as blandly as possible. She works as Archinect’s editorial manager, where she writes primarily about interdisciplinary collaborations within architecture and urbanism, and edits the site’s original written content. She […]

Amit Wolf

Amit Wolf is an architect, a writer and a curator. Wolf taught at UCLA, Woodbury University and SCI-Arc. He is a frequent participant in design reviews, lectures, and colloquia at institutions across the United States and Italy. Wolf is the recipient of the 2012 California Interdisciplinary Consortium of Italian Studies Award and the 2013 Graham […]

Gabo Camnitzer

Gabo Camnitzer is an artist and educator based in Stockholm and Gothenburg, Sweden, where he is a lecturer in Fine Art at Valand Academy at Gothenburg University. He has exhibited internationally at, Gertrude Contemporary Art Center, Melbourne, Australia. Exit Art, New York, USA. Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden, El Basilisco, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Kunstsaele, Berlin, […]

Linda Mary Montano

Linda Mary Montano has been performing her art-life since birth.  Her mother’s pregnancy never “showed” and when Linda was born her mother supposedly said, “Linda, you were a shock to everybody,” or something like that. Montano has performed and shocked herself and others for many years and continues to this day in her upstate NY: […]

Amy Ione

Amy Ione is an artist, educator, and the Director of The Diatrope Institute. Her book, Art and the Brain: Embodiment, Plasticity, and the Unclosed Circle is scheduled for publication in 2016 (Brill Rodopi). Recent projects include serving as an author and the Managing Editor for the NSF funded report “Steps to an Ecology of Networked […]

Tom Allen

Tom Allen is an artist based in Los Angeles.  He holds a BFA from the University of Southern California and an MFA from Art Center College of Design.  He has had solo exhibitions at Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, and Galerie Michael Janssen, Cologne and Berlin.  He has been included in group exhibitions in […]

Lucy Soutter

Lucy Soutter is an artist, critic and art historian. She has written about contemporary art and photography for publications including Afterimage, Aperture, Photoworks and Source: The Photographic Review, among others. Her essays have appeared in publications including Girls! Girls! Girls! in Contemporary Art (Intellect, 2011), and Appropriation (Whitechapel Gallery and MIT Press, 2009) and she is the author of Why Art Photography? (London: Routledge, 2013). She […]