Phil Smith

Phil Smith is a performance-maker, writer and academic researcher, specialising in work around walking, site-specificity, mythogeographies and counter-tourism. With artist Helen Billinghurst, he is one half of Crab & Bee, who have recently completed an exhibition and walking project called ‘Plymouth Labyrinth (funded by Arts Council England), a short walking project in the Isles of […]

Claudia Alick

Claudia Alick is performer, producer, and inclusion expert. Named by American Theater Magazine as one of 25 theater artists who will shape American Theater in the next 25 years, Alick has served as the founding Artistic Director of Smokin’ Word Productions, is a NY Neofuturist alum, published playwright, recipient of NYC Fresh Fruit directing award, […]

Warren Neidich

Warren Neidich is a conceptual artist and theorist based in Berlin and Los Angeles. He is the founding director of Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art and the English editor of Archive Books, Berlin. He founded the website which includes the Journal of Neuroaesthetics in 1997. His Pizzagate Neon was exhibited as part of the 2019 […]

Christal Brown

Christal Brown has the distinction of being many things. She endorses a short list of these attributes that includes the titles mother, artist, educator, disciple and coach. Brown is most well known as a dancer and choreographer due to her 20+ year career as a performer and artistic director. Brown describes herself as a person with a servant […]

Arthur Menezes Brum

Arthur Menezes Brum (b.1985) is an educator, artist, and consultant. His activities focus on interrogating creativity within and beyond the fine arts. As an educator he seeks to reinforce the controversial concept that anyone can become an artist. He received his MFA from Yale University, and his BFA in from the University of Cincinnati.  

Sylvia Arthur

Sylvia Arthur is a British-Ghanaian narrative nonfiction writer whose work explores identity, diaspora, politics, and place. She lives in Accra where she has turned her vast collection of books into Ghana’s only lending library, Libreria Ghana. Her writing has been published in The Guardian, the BBC, and The British Journalism Review and her essay, “Britain’s […]

Ted Riederer (2nd interview)

Ted Riederer was interviewed previously, that first interview can be heard by clicking here. A “one-time refugee from punk and sometime band member,” Ted Riederer has armed himself with painting supplies, electric guitars, amplifiers, old LPs, record players, drum kits, hard disk recorders, photography equipment, a vinyl record lathe, and long-stemmed roses as he’s ambled […]

Shawn Shafner

Shawn Shafner is an artist, educator and activist. Creator of The People’s Own Organic Power Project (, he has catalyzed conversation about sustainable sanitation from NYC’s largest wastewater treatment plant to the United Nations. Shawn’s solo show An Inconvenient Poop was a Time Out NY Critic’s Pick and won him the 2015 NY International Fringe […]

Alice Sheppard

As an emerging, award-winning choreographer, Alice Sheppard creates movement that challenges conventional understandings of disabled and dancing bodies. Engaging with disability arts, culture and history, Alice attends to the complex intersections of …

Nikolas Kasino

Nikolas Kasinos is a multidisciplinary artist, born in Cyprus in 1988, currently based in Berlin. Having as a core performance and video art, his artistic practice involves the exploration of identity, gender, transformation and mutation through the observation of human behaviour, media, popular culture within socio-political structures. Using his body as a subject – Nikolas […]