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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Cabinet

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CAConrad

CAConrad is a poet and the son of white-trash asphyxiation whose childhood included selling cut flowers along the highway for his mother and helping her shoplift. He is the author of A BEAUTIFUL MARSUPIAL AFTERNOON: New (Soma)tics, The Book of Frank, Advanced Elvis Course, Deviant Propulsion, and a collaboration with poet Frank Sherlock titled The City Real & Imagined.  

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Juan Caloca

Juan Caloca is an artist living in Mexico City and a founding member of Cooperativa Cráter Invertido and the collective Grupo (de). His work often concerns Mexican history and the ways in which it is remembered. His work has been exhibited at the 2016 Gwangju Biennale; Parque Galería, Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporaneo (MUAC), Bikini Wax, and Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City; the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA), Long Beach, California; and Ivan Gallery, Alberta College of Art + Design, Canada.  

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Juan Caloca

Juan Caloca vive y trabaja en la ciudad de México. Es miembro fundador de la Cooperativa Cráter Invertido y del Colectivo Grupo (de). De manera frecuente utiliza la memoria y la historia de México como temática en su obra. Su obra se ha sido expuesta en Parque Galería, la Bienal de Gwanju 2016 (con Cráter Invertido), Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporaneo, Bikini Wax, y el Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, en la Ciudad de México; así como en el Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, California; y la Ivan Gallery, Alberta College of Art + Design, Canada.  

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Maru Calva

Maru Calva is a book designer living in Mexico City. Her work explores the boundaries and limits of the publication as a support for artistic practice. She is a founder of Aeromoto, a public library devoted to contemporary culture in Mexico City. Website

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Jibz Cameron

Jibz Cameron is a performance artist and actor living and working in NYC. Website

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Natalie Campbell

Natalie Campbell  

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Duncan Campbell

Duncan Campbell is an artist living in Glasgow. His films include Falls Burns Malone Fiddles (2003), o, Joan, no … (2006), and Bernadette (2008). His work has been shown at the Institute for Contemporary Art (London), Tate Britain, Hotel (London), Tramway (Glasgow), Kunstverein Munich, and Artists Space (New York City).  

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Macgregor Card

Macgregor Card is a poet, translator, and bibliographer living in Jackson Heights, NYC. His first collection, Duties of an English Foreign Secretary, was the winner of the 2009 Fence Modern Poet Series. His chapbook, The Archers, was published by Song Cave. With Andrew Maxwell he was co-editor of The Germ: A Journal of Poetic Research, from 1997-2005, and is currently a co-curator of Brooklyn’s Private Line Reading Series. He teaches poetry at Pratt Institute and is an associate editor of the MLA International Bibliography.  

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Austin Carder

Austin Carder is a graduate student and translator based in Providence and Philadelphia. His research focuses on modernism, poetics, and critical theory.  

Chelsea Carey

Chelsea Carey is a Chicago native who currently works as a postdoctoral scholar at the University of California Riverside. As a microbial ecologist, her research focuses on studying how microorganisms interact with each other and their environment.  

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Gary Carrion-Murayari

Gary Carrion-Murayari is an associate curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art; he co-curated 2010, the museum’s most recent biennial. His writing has appeared in numerous publications, including Flash Art, Domus, and The Huffington Post. Website

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Anne Carson

Anne Carson is a writer, classicist, and translator. Her books include Antigonick, Nox, Decreation, The Beauty of the Husband: A Fictional Essay in 29 Tangos; Economy of the Unlost; Autobiography of Red; Plainwater: Essays and Poetry; Glass, Irony and God; and most recently Red Doc>.  

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Lauren Carter

Lauren Carter is a Chicago-based sculptor and installation artist. She works in sound, film, and video.  

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Alison Cartwright

Alison Cartwright is based in Brooklyn. She pursues fine-art photo projects while juggling her commercial business, a temperamental bike lock, and pickling experiments. Website

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Francesco Cavaliere

Francesco Cavaliere is an artist and composer based in Berlin. He works with sound, materials, and space to explore diverse forms of esotericism through digital and analog technologies. Website

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José León Cerrillo

José León Cerrillo is an artist living and working in Mexico City, and a contributing editor of Triple Canopy. He is represented by Andréhn-Schiptjenko Stockholm and by joségarcía ,mx in Mexico City and exhibits worldwide. Recent venues include the Okayama Art Summit Tokyo (2017), the Gwangju Biennale (2016), the New Museum Triennial (New York, 2015), and MoMA PS1 (New York, 2013). Website

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Alejandro Cesarco

Alejandro Cesarco is an artist whose work explores, through different formats and strategies, repetition, narrative, and the practices of reading and translating. He has recently presented solo exhibitions at Tanya Leighton Gallery, Berlin; Midway, Minneapolis; Parra Romero, Madrid; and Frac Île-de-France/Le Plateau, Paris. He is the director of Art Resources Transfer (A.R.T.), a nonprofit organization committed to activating the key components of the printed book: publication, distribution, and spaces of reading. He is represented by Murray Guy in New York, where “Loyalties and Betrayals” was on view in 2015. Website

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CF

CF is an artist living and working in Providence. His work has been published in Bookforum and Kramer’s Ergot. His Powr Mastrs series of graphic novels is published in the US by PictureBox books, and he has exhibited internationally, including Switzerland, Sweden, and Japan. Website

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Colby Chamberlain

Colby Chamberlain is contributing editor at Triple Canopy and a Lecturer at Columbia University. His scholarship and criticism focuses on intersections of art and other fields of professional practice, in particular the law. The recipient of a Jacob K. Javits Fellowship, a Helena Rubinstein Fellowship at the Whitney Independent Study Program, he contributes to publications including Art in America, Artforum, Cabinet, and Parkett. Website

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Wo Chan

Wo Chan is a queer poet and drag performer. They are the author of the chapbook ORDER THE WORLD, MOM (Belladonna) and have received honors from the New York Foundation of the Arts, Kundiman, Lambda Literary, and the Asian American Writers Workshop. As a standing member of the Brooklyn-based drag/burlesque collective Switch N’ Play, they have performed at venues including MOMA PS1, Joe’s Pub, National Sawdust, New York Live Arts, and BAM Fisher. Wo was born in Macau, China, and currently lives in New York, where they are an MFA Candidate in Poetry at New York University.  

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Dawn Chan

Dawn Chan is a writer in New York. She is the guest editor of Common Minds, Triple Canopy’s series of essays and conversations on the contemporary infatuation with the brain. She studied cognitive science at Yale, where she researched multiple-object tracking. She later researched artificial intelligence as a Fulbright scholar at the University of Zurich and studied aphasia patients at the psycholinguistics lab at Columbia University. Website

Paul Chan

Paul Chan is an artist and the founder of Badlands Unlimited.  

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Maia Chao

Maia Chao is an interdisciplinary artist whose work—often playful and absurd—uses existing institutions and their systems as sites of social intervention and critique. Working across video, performance, installation, and social practice, she is dedicated to art that models counter-institutions, alternative spaces, and redistribution. She recently cofounded a socially engaged artwork at the RISD Museum called Look at Art. Get Paid, which will be installed at additional art institutions in 2018–19. Website

Maria Chavez

Maria Chavez is a sound artist who was born in Lima, Peru, and lives in New York. Her performances with turntables, sound sculptures, and installations are unified by her concern for accidents, coincidences, and failures. Her work combines the sounds etched in records with those produced by the interactions of needles and vinyl in various states of deterioration. Chavez has been a fellow at the Sound Practice Research Department at Goldsmiths, University of London and the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, and an artist in residence at CEC Artslink in St. Petersburg. She has presented and performed her work at numerous museums, universities, festivals, galleries, and clubs. Website

Howie Chen

Howie Chen  

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Ian Cheng

Ian Cheng is an artist based in New York. Website

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Ted Chiang

Ted Chiang is the author of Stories of Your Life and Others and The Lifecycle of Software Objects. He lives outside Seattle, Washington.  

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Bidita Choudhury

Bidita Choudhury is a writer, musician, and managing editor of Triple Canopy. She is also the co-founder and coordinator of B.A.N.C., a distro and publication press based in New York and Washington, DC.  

Jesse Chun

Jesse Chun is a New York-based visual artist from Seoul, New York, Hong Kong, and Toronto.  

Wendy Hui Kyong Chun

Wendy Hui Kyong Chun is Professor and Chair of Modern Culture and Media at Brown University. She has studied systems design engineering and English literature, which she combines and mutates in her work on digital media. She is the author of Control and Freedom: Power and Paranoia in the Age of Fiber Optics (MIT Press, 2006), and Programmed Visions: Software and Memory (MIT Press, 2011). She is the co-editor of a special issue of American Literature entitled New Media and American Literature; a special issue of Camera Obscura entitled Race and/as Technology; and the book New Media, Old Media: A History and Theory Reader (Routledge, 2015). She has been a member of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton University, a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard, and a Wriston Fellow at Brown. Her latest book, Updating to Remain the Same: Habitual New Media, will be published by MIT Press in May 2016.  

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Jacob Ciocci

Jacob Ciocci is an artist and a founding member of Paper Rad.  

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Patrick Clark

Patrick Clark is a freelance writer living in Queens, New York. Website

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Joseph Clarke

Joseph Clarke is an architecture critic living in Manhattan. He has taught at the University of Cincinnati and worked at the architecture firms of Eisenman Architects and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Website

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Jace Clayton

Jace Clayton is an artist focused on the intersection of sound, the use of technology in low-income communities, and public space. As DJ /rupture, Clayton has released a number of acclaimed albums.  

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Cleopatra’s

Cleopatra’s  

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Eileen Cohen

Eileen Cohen is an intrepid collector of early conceptual art and counts Printed Matter and the Dia Art Foundation among her past board appointments. She also founded the nonprofit Art For Arts Sake, which commissioned several ambitious projects during the late 90s. Eileen has played a critical role in the success of Triple Canopy’s past benefits as an event co-chair. Currently, she also sits on the board of White Columns.  

Adam Cohen

Adam Cohen is a professor in the Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and Physics at Harvard. His research focuses on controlling light-matter interactions in warm, wet, squishy environments.  

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Joshua Cohen

Joshua Cohen was born in New Jersey in 1980. He is the author of seven books, including Book of Numbers: A Novel, forthcoming in June. Website

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Christopher Cole

Christopher Cole is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, and assistant editor of Straight to Hell. He divides his time between New York City and western Massachusetts.  

Claire Colebrook

Claire Colebrook is Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of English at Pennsylvania State University. She has written articles on poetry, literary theory, queer theory, and contemporary culture. She is the editor of Extinction, published in 2012, as well as coeditor of the series “Critical Climate Change” and member of the advisory board of the Institute for Critical Climate Change. Website

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Gene Coleman

Gene Coleman  

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Gabriella Coleman

Gabriella Coleman holds the Wolfe Chair in Scientific and Technological Literacy at McGill University. Trained as a cultural anthropologist, she researches, writes, and teaches on computer hackers and digital activism. She is the author of Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy: The Many Faces of Anonymous (2014) and Coding Freedom: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Hacking (2012). Website

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George Collins

George Collins is currently setting thirty-three thousand years of environmental indicators to music. Website

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Stuart Comer

Stuart Comer is Chief Curator of Media and Performance Art at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Previously he was Curator: Film at Tate Modern, London where he oversaw film and video work for the Tate Collection and Displays, was cocurator for the opening season of The Tanks at Tate Modern, and organized an extensive program of screenings, performances, and events.  

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Common Room

Common Room was established in 2006 as a space for collaboration with a focus on the built environment. Website

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Luciano Concheiro

Luciano Concheiro is a Mexican theorist. His most recent books include Against Time: Practical Philosophy of the Instant, which was first finalist in the 2016 Anagrama Essay Prize, and Invent the Possible: Mexican Contemporary Manifestos, a collection of sixty manifestos written by young Mexican writers, artists, chefs, academics, and activists. His work has been published in newspapers and magazines such as the New York Times and Nexos. He has an MPhil in sociology from Cambridge University and currently is a visiting fellow at the department of romance languages and literatures at Harvard University.  

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Keith Connolly

Keith Connolly  

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Matthew Connors

Matthew Connors is an artist based in Brooklyn. He has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Tokyo, Milan, Stockholm, and Madrid. His work can be found in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York and the Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven. He is an associate professor in the Photography Department at the Massachusetts College of Art & Design in Boston. Website

Matthew Coolidge

Matthew Coolidge  

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Ben Coonley

Ben Coonley is an artist and an Assistant Professor of Film and Electronic Arts at Bard College.  

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Eli Coplan

Eli Coplan is an artist and curator based in Portland. Eli has shown with Surplus Space in Portland, Black Box Festival in Seattle, and Chin’s Push in Los Angeles. With Jade Novarino, he organizes exhibitions in Portland under the moniker Conduit. He is also a member of RECESS, a multiform curatorial project born in Portland, now organized by artists, writers, and curators across the United States. He received a BA from Reed College in 2015. In the daytime he teaches art to second graders. Website

Corina Copp

Corina Copp is the author of the poetry pamphlet Pro Magenta/Be Met (Ugly Duckling Presse 2011), and is currently working on the three-part performance The Whole Tragedy of the Inability to Love—based on the work of Marguerite Duras—the first installment of which was presented in this year’s PRELUDE Festival. Website

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Patrick Corcoran

Patrick Corcoran is a freelance writer living in Torreón, in northern Mexico. Website

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Lauren Cornell

Lauren Cornell is the curator of the 2015 triennial, digital projects, and Museum as Hub at the New Museum in New York. From 2005-2012, she served as adjunct curator at the New Museum and executive director of Rhizome, an organization dedicated to the creation, presentation and preservation of art engaged with technology.  

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Michael Corris

Michael Corris Michael Corris began his career as a member of the collective Art & Language. He continues to pursue an integrated practice of writing, organizing exhibitions, making art and teaching. Recent exhibitions include The Dallas Biennale (April 2012) and The Heide Museum of Art, Victoria, Australia (August 2012); recent publications include Ad Reinhardt (2008) and Art, Word and Image: 2,000 Years of Visual/Textual Interaction (Reaktion Books, 2010). Since November 2009, Corris has held the post of Professor of Art and Chair of the Division of Art at the Meadows School of the Arts/SMU. Website

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Luba Cortés

Luba Cortés is a Latinx, queer youth organizer at Make the Road New York, one of the city’s largest immigrant-rights organizations. Cortés, who is formerly undocumented, has organized around immigrant rights for years, advocating to change policies that lead to the mass deportation and incarceration of undocumented communities of color. Using a social-justice and intersectional lens, they help young people build leadership through immigrant experiences. They also work with LGBTQ issues, including as a recruitment co-chair for the Latino Institute at Creating Change. In June 2016, Cortés published an op-ed in the New York Times highlighting their mother’s struggle as an immigrant.  

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Paula Court

Paula Court  

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Daniel Gustav Cramer

Daniel Gustav Cramer is a visual artist based in Berlin. Recent projects include Trilogy, Tales, and The Infinite Library. Website

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Jordan Crandall

Jordan Crandall is a media artist and theorist based in Los Angeles and an associate professor in the visual arts department at University of California, San Diego. Website

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Anwyn Crawford

Anwyn Crawford  

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Robyn Creswell

Robyn Creswell teaches comparative literature at Yale University and is poetry editor of the Paris Review.  

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Simon Critchley

Simon Critchley is chair of philosophy at the New School for Social Research in New York, and part-time professor at Tilburg University in the Netherlands. He is the author of several books, including, most recently, How to Stop Living and Start Worrying and Faith of the Faithless.  

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John Crowley

John Crowley is the author of many novels and volumes of short fiction, including the famed fantasy novel Little, Big.  

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Sarah Crowner

Sarah Crowner is an artist and erstwhile set designer based in Brooklyn. Her recent solo exhibitions include shows at Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm; Catherine Bastide, Brussels; and Nicelle Beauchene in New York. She is currently working on an artist’s book to be published by Primary Information in September 2012 and her work will be included in an upcoming 2013 exhibition at the Walker Art center about new directions in painting. Website

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Teddy Cruz

Teddy Cruz is an architect and professor at the University of California, San Diego. Website

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Chris Csikszentmihalyi

Chris Csikszentmihalyi is an artist working on technologies that rebalance power between citizens, governments, and corporations; he founded and directed the Center for Civic Media at MIT.  

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Mary “Missy” Cummings

Mary “Missy” Cummings is one of the Navy’s first female fighter pilots and director of the Humans and Autonomy Lab at Duke University.  

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Robert Currie

Robert Currie  

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Sofia Hernández Chong Cuy

Sofia Hernández Chong Cuy is a curator and writer. She was recently appointed director of Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam, a position she will assume on January 1, 2018. In the meantime, and since 2011, she works as the curator of contemporary art for Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, which has headquarters in Caracas and New York. Sofía is also a counselor for Fundación Alumnos47 in Mexico City.  

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Keren Cytter

Keren Cytter spent her childhood in Israel and lives in Berlin. Her work has been shown at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and at museums and galleries throughout Europe. Website

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Catherine Czacki

Catherine Czacki  

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