Thomas Dreher

Thomas Dreher studied since 1978 art history, philosophy and classical archeology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich. Since 1985 he has written articles, critiques and reviews for art magazines (“das kunstwerk” , “Artefactum”, “Artscribe”, “Wolkenkratzer”, “Kunstforum” etc.) The following links are directed to his writing. 1986-1987 scholarship of Lower Saxony for the Central Institute for Art […]

John Hutnyk

John Hutnyk writes on culture, cities, diaspora, history, film, prisons, colonialism, education, Marxism. He studied and taught in Australia at Deakin and Melbourne Universities; and in the UK in Manchester University’s Institute for Creative and Cultural Research; before moving to Goldsmiths in 1998, and becoming Academic Director of the Centre for Cultural Studies in 2004-2014. […]

Peter Pakesch

Peter Pakesch (July 16, 1955 in Graz, Styria) began studying architecture, but also was active early on as an artist. His first experiences as an exhibition curator were gathered in the Forum Stadtpark in Vienna from 1976 to 1979 and at the steirischerherbst. Time spent studying in New York in 1980 yielded important encounters and involvement in activities […]

Lynn Gamwell

Lynn Gamwell teaches the history of art, science, and mathematics at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Her books include Dreams 1900-2000: Science, Art, and the Unconscious Mind (Cornell, 2000), which was awarded the Gradiva Prize (for “Best Historical Writing”) by the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. She has described the […]

Marion van Wijk

Marion van Wijk, was born the 25th of March, 1955, Woerden, The Netherlands. Marion van Wijk is a multidisciplinary artist. She was educated at the Kunstakademie Artibus in Utrecht and at the Theaterschool Amsterdam. From 1978 untill 1996 she worked as an actress (theatre and movie), performing artist and writer for theatre. The last performance she […]

Eileen Myles

Eileen Myles is the author of nineteen books including I Must Be Living Twice: New & Selected Poems, and a reissue of Chelsea Girls, both from Ecco/Harper Collins. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Warhol/Creative Capital art writers’ grant, four Lambda Book Awards, the Shelley Prize from The PSA, a Creative Capital […]

John Roberts

John Roberts is a Professor of Art & Aesthetics at the University of Wolverhampton, UK, and the author of a number of books including: The Intangibilities of Form: Skill and Deskilling in Art After the Readymade (Verso 2007), The Necessity of Errors (Verso, 2011), Photography and Its Violations (Columbia University Press, 2014), and Revolutionary Time […]

David Liss

David Liss is Artistic Director and Curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto, Canada, since December 2000. Arriving from Montreal with a vision to create a permanent museum for contemporary art in Canada’s largest city, Liss evolved MOCA from modest beginnings in the Toronto suburb of North York, re-locating the museum to Queen St. […]

Gabriel Lester

Gabriel Lester was born in Amsterdam (1972). He currently lives and works in Amsterdam. His artworks consist of installations, performances and film/video. Other activities include commissioned artworks for the public space, film directing, teaching and writing. Lester’s artwork, films and installations originate from a desire to tell stories and construct environments that support these stories […]

Emmanuelle Glon

Emmanuelle Glon is currently working as scientific project manager in the School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences in Paris (France). She received her PhD degree on philosophy of mind from University of Paris IV Sorbonne and Institut Jean Nicod in Winter 2004. Following her D.Phil she has been post-doc researcher in Queen’s College of […]