We are pleased to announce the participants in Triple Canopy’s fourth Publication Intensive, a free, two-week program in the history and contemporary practice of publication. The selected artists, writers, designers, technologists, and publishers were chosen from more than 150 applicants.
During the Publication Intensive, held June 19–30, 2017, Triple Canopy editors and invited artists, writers, and technologists will lead discussions and workshops with the twelve participants, who will research, analyze, and enact an approach to publication that hinges on today’s networked forms of production and circulation but also mines the history of print culture and artistic practice. The program takes place at Triple Canopy’s venue in Manhattan, and will include visits to studios of artists and designers, archives, and cultural institutions.
In July, Triple Canopy editorial director Molly Kleiman will teach a related course at Stacion Center for Contemporary Art in Prishtina, Kosovo, as part of the annual program Summer School as School. (Applications must be submitted via Stacion Center’s website by June 9.) And next winter Triple Canopy will inaugurate a second annual session of the Publication Intensive in Los Angeles. Join our mailing list to receive updates and the call for applications.
Shawné Michaelain Holloway is a new media artist and sex educator based in Chicago. She uses video and performance to expose structures of power hidden in technology.
Fatima Hussain is an artist, curator, and theater practitioner based in Lahore and Islamabad. She teaches at the National College of Arts, Rawalpindi and Lahore campus.
Ming Lin is a writer and researcher whose work looks at landscapes and architectures of supply and demand, the politics of production, and the many mythopoetic narratives embedded in the networks of global logistics. Frequently these inquiries are pursued through the collaborative research platform Display Distribute.
Logan Lockner is a writer living in Atlanta. He is assistant editor of BURNAWAY, an online magazine covering contemporary art in and from the South, as well as a contributor to publications including Art Papers and Photograph.
Joiri Minaya is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work navigates binaries in search of in-betweenness, investigating the female body within constructions of identity, social spaces, and hierarchies. Born in New York, she grew up in the Dominican Republic, and currently lives in the Bronx.
Lai Yi Ohlsen is a project manager and artist with a background in computer science and movement. Her work focuses on intersections of experience and often uses theoretical frameworks to provide reference points within abstract environments.
Nate Pyper is a multidisciplinary artist and designer working in print, performance, and video. He is currently an MFA candidate at the Yale School of Art.
Serubiri Moses is a writer and curator based in Kampala, Uganda. His work has been published in Chimurenga, Frieze, and C&.
Ramaya Tegegne is an artist based in Geneva. She is involved in curatorial projects such as Forde in Geneva (2014–2016) and the art bookshop Oraibi + Beckbooks also in Geneva (since 2013).
Lizz Thabet is a multimedia artist and developer from Raleigh, North Carolina, with a background in photography and visual culture. Through zines, drawings, and wearables, she tries to make living pictures that will speak back to her.
Lukas Vrbka is a writer and journalist based in New York.
Gee Wesley is a cultural organizer born in Monrovia, Liberia, and based in Philadelphia. Wesley is the Spiegel-Wilks Curatorial Fellow at the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, and co-director of Ulises, a bookshop and curatorial platform dedicated to artists’ books and independent art publications.