Contributors

Triple Canopy has worked with several hundred writers, artists, researchers, activists, architects, curators, educators, lawyers, scientists, and other outstanding people whose accomplishments cannot be circumscribed by profession and whose value cannot be expressed in list form. We are extraordinarily grateful to them.

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Michele Abeles

Michele Abeles lives and works in New York. Her work has appeared in exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; White Columns, New York, MoMA PS1 as well as “ReMap3” in Athens. She received an MFA in photography from Yale University (2007) and a Rema Hort Mann Visual Arts grant (2010). In April of 2013 she will present her second solo exhibition at 47 Canal, New York. Website

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Louis Abelman

Louis Abelman is a filmmaker living in Brooklyn. Website

Abraham Adams

Abraham Adams is an artist based in New York. His books include Before (Inpatient Press, 2016) and Nothing in MoMA, Nothing in the Met, Nothing in the Whitney, Nothing in the Guggenheim (Sternberg Press, 2017, with an introduction by David Joselit). He is the founder of Time Farm. Website

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Anthony Adcock

Anthony Adcock  

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Etel Adnan

Etel Adnan is a Lebanese-born poet, essayist, and visual artist. Her published works include the novel Sitt-Marie Rose, the long poem The Arab Apocalypse, and the series of letters Of Cities & Women (Letters to Fawwaz). Her artwork has been exhibited worldwide, at venues such as documenta 13 in Kassel and the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts in San Francisco.  

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Vahram Aghasyan

Vahram Aghasyan is an artist living and working in Armenia. His work has been shown at the Tenth International Istanbul Biennial; Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, in Helsinki; the First Contemporary Art Biennale of Thessaloniki; and the Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art. Website

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Rosa Aiello

Rosa Aiello is an artist and writer. Her work has been exhibited and screened at the Modern Institute, Glasgow; the Showroom, London; and SculptureCenter, New York.  

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Rahel Aima

Rahel Aima is a writer and editor living in Brooklyn. She is beginning a collaborative exploration of technomagicalities, called Duende. Website

Eda Akaltun

Eda Akaltun is a London-based artist from Istanbul. Her work has been published in the Telegraph, Laurence King Publishing, Creative Review, Time Out, and Cent. In 2009, she was short-listed for a V&A Illustration Award. She is a founding contributor to Nobrow, a new illustration-publishing venture based in East London. Website

Yelena Akhtiorskaya

Yelena Akhtiorskaya is currently at work on a novel and a collection of stories. She lives in New York City. Website

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Azra Akšamija

Azra Akšamija is a Sarajevo-born artist and architectural historian and is currently an assistant professor at MIT’s program in art, culture, and technology. Akšamija’s work investigates the ability of art and architecture to facilitate transformative mediation in cultural and political conflicts, and in so doing provide a framework for researching, analyzing, and intervening in contested situations and places. Her recent projects have focused on the representation of Islamic identities in the West, spatial mediation of identity politics, and cultural pedagogy through art and architecture. Website

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Sophia Al-Maria

Sophia Al-Maria is based in Doha, Qatar, where she is a contributing editor of Bidoun magazine and Gulf Collection Curator at the soon-to-be-opened-and-renamed Arab Museum of Modern Art. She is currently writing a book for Harper Perennial entitled Dune Coon or Al-Amerikiya, depending on her mood at deadline. Website

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Kristen Alfaro

Kristen Alfaro is a PhD student in the Department of Cinema Studies at New York University. Her research on the development of Anthology Film Archives has been published in The Moving Image, the Journal of the Association of Moving Image Archivists. She has also contributed to n+1.  

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Gini Alhadeff

Gini Alhadeff is the author of The Sun at Midday: Tales of a Mediterranean Family and Diary of a Djinn, and editor and translator of the anthology My Poems Won’t Change the World by Patrizia Cavalli.  

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Gwen Allen

Gwen Allen is a writer, researcher, and assistant professor of art history at San Francisco State University. Her book Artists’ Magazines: An Alternative Space for Art was published by MIT Press in March. Website

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Michael Almereyda

Michael Almereyda is a filmmaker living in New York and Los Angeles. His films include Another Girl Another Planet, Nadja, Hamlet, William Eggleston in the Real World, and Paradise. Website

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Hilton Als

Hilton Als is a writer and theater critic at the New Yorker. He was formerly a writer and picture editor at the Village Voice and editor-at-large at Vibe. He received a Guggenheim fellowship in 2000. His latest book, White Girls, was published by McSweeney’s in 2013.  

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Anna Altman

Anna Altman is a writer, editor, and translator based in New York and previously Triple Canopy’s editorial and production coordinator. Her writing has appeared in Frieze, Art in America, and Art Asia Pacific, among others. Website

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Florencia Alvarado

Florencia Alvarado is a photographer, artist, and designer living and working in Caracas, Venezuela. Her work focuses on artist publications and the contemporary languages of photography.  

Ambergris

Ambergris is a band conducting spelunking tours into fluorescent lagoons of narrative imagination. Citing influences from Gilbert and Sullivan to Flipper, Ambergris has performed its “Anti-Matter Cabaret” in locations such as the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, Issue Project Room in New York, and the Fumetto Festival in Lucern, Switzerland. Website

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Shane Anderson

Shane Anderson is the author of Soft Passer (Mindmade Books) and Études des Gottnarrenmaschinen (Broken Dimanche Books). Among other places, his poems, texts and translations have been published in 6x6, Asymptote, Edit, Plinth, Natalie Czech’s Il Pleut series and Matthew Barney’s River of Fundament (Skira Rizzoli). In 2016, he curated the festival HERE! HERE! THERE! @ the ilb at the Berlinerfestspiele and in 2017 he will be a participant in the Skulptur Projekte Münster’s Kur und Kür. Currently, he is working on a book-length essay entitled “Strength in Numbers; or, Learning Hope From Sports.” He lives in Berlin.  

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Nathalie Anglès

Nathalie Anglès is cofounder and executive director of Residency Unlimited, a New York-based nonprofit arts organization that fosters customised residencies for artists and curators through strategic partnerships with collaborating institutions. From 2000 until 2008, she was the director of Location One’s international residency program. In 2008 she received the title of Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters from the French government.  

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Andy Antippas

Andy Antippas is a former professor of English literature and has been director of Barrister’s Gallery in New Orleans since 1978. Website

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Cory Arcangel

Cory Arcangel  

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José Arnaud-Bello

José Arnaud-Bello is an artist with a background in architecture whose research-based work focuses on the relationship between material conditions and culture. In 2013, he and Mateo Riestra founded Lupe Toys, which designs toys that promote intuitive learning about the wonders of nature.  

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Mario Aspland

Mario Aspland is a freelance photographer in Gómez Palacio, Mexico. Website

Astrom/Zimmer

Astrom/Zimmer is a Zurich-based design studio. Anthon Astrom and Lukas Zimmer began working together in 2007, when they initiated the Café Society Project, which investigates frameworks for reading, writing, and organizing information on-screen and in print. In 2011, they founded Astrom/Zimmer studio, which works in research, design, and software development. In the past five years, Astrom and Zimmer have won the Swiss Federal Design Award twice, among other accolades. Website

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Anthony Auerbach

Anthony Auerbach  

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David Auerbach

David Auerbach lives in New York with several thousand books. He is a writer and software engineer. Website

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Simone Aughterlony

Simone Aughterlony is an artist based in Zurich and Berlin who predominantly works in dance and performance. She has collaborated with Meg Stuart/Damaged Goods, Forced Entertainment and Jorge León, and Phil Hayes, among others. In 2015, León and Aughterlony devised Uni * Form, which premiered at Zuercher Theater Spektakel and is currently touring in Europe. In the same year, she was awarded the Swiss Dance Award for outstanding female performer. She is currently collaborating with Jen Rosenblit on the project Everything Fits in the Room, commissioned by HAU Hebbel am Ufer and Haus der Kulturen der Welt.  

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Julie Ault

Julie Ault is an artist, writer, and curator who has developed a model of creative research that engages with an ever growing circle of artists, writers, scholars, activists, and communities. These collaborations have led to countless exhibitions, books, and other projects. Her most recent projects include cocurating with Roni Horn a three-part exhibition of the work of Felix Gonzalez-Torres, which was on view in 2016 at Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York; Massimo De Carlo, Milan; and Hauser & Wirth, London. For the 2014 Whitney Biennial, she organized “Afterlife: a constellation,” which took the archives of artists David Wojnarowicz (1954–1992) and Martin Wong (1946–1999) as its starting point and was later presented at Galerie Buchholz, New York. With Martin Beck, Nikola Dietrich, Heinz Peter Knes, Jason Simon, Scott Cameron Weaver, and Danh Vō, Ault curated the project Tell It To My Heart for Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel; Culturgest, Lisbon; and Artists Space, New York, 2013–14. Ault is the editor of FC: Two Cabins by JB (A.R.T. Press, 2011), which extends and analyzes a long-term project of filmmaker James Benning. She contributed an essay to Martin Wong: Human Instamatic (Black Dog Publishing, 2016), published on the occasion of an exhibition of Wong’s work at the Bronx Museum of the Arts. Her writing will be included in a publication on the work of David Wojnarowicz, to be published in conjunction with a retrospective exhibition of his work at the Whitney Museum in 2018. Currently, Ault is researching a two-part exhibition on the work of artist Nancy Spero. Ault is a cofounder of the New York-based collective Group Material, active from 1979 to 1996, and teaches periodically in the Art and Social Practice program at Portland State University.  

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Rachel Aviv

Rachel Aviv is a writer based in Brooklyn and a former Triple Canopy contributing editor. Her writing has appeared in Harper’s, the Nation, and the New York Times Magazine. Website

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