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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K. D.

K. D. is an author of mystery novels.  

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Werner Dafeldecker

Werner Dafeldecker (born 1964, Vienna, Austria); lives and works in Berlin) draws on myriad influences—among them, European modern music, improvisation, graphic notation, Fluxus, minimalist and electroacoustic music, jazz, and field recordings—to investigate architecture, physics, photography, and film as audible experiences. The study of sound and structure are the center of his work as a composer, particularly as they relate to the technological development of electronic recording formats. Website

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Kieran Daly

Kieran Daly is a writer and musician from Florida. Their recent publications include BGM MNAR (Futow) and 7 Closet Dramas (Gauss PDF). Past performances have been hosted by the Poetry Project, the Segue Reading Series, Poets Theater at SPT, and the Museum of Modern Art. Website

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Dana Dart-McLean

Dana Dart-McLean  

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Nancy Davenport

Nancy Davenport is an artist living in New York. Her work has been shown at a number of galleries and museums including Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, NY, the Liverpool Biennial, Sao Paulo Biennial. She recently opened a permanent installation at the Military History Museum in Dresden. Website

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Moyra Davey

Moyra Davey is an artist and photographer. She lives and works in New York City. Website

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Adam Davies

Adam Davies is a photographer whose work explores the edges of American urban and rural landscapes. He recently completed residencies at Yaddo and the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Massachusetts, and is currently a resident at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas. He was born in the United Kingdom. Website

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Clare Davies

Clare Davies studies art history at the Institute of Fine Arts and divides her time between Cairo and New York. Website

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Helga Davis

Helga Davis starred in the 25th anniversary international tour of Einstein on the Beach; Robert Wilson describes her as “a united whole, with spellbinding inner power and strength.” She also starred in Wilson’s The Temptation of St. Anthony, with libretto and score by Bernice Johnson Reagon of Sweet Honey in the Rock; Milton, by Katie Pearl and Lisa Damour; Elsewhere, with cellist Maya Beiser with music by Missy Mazolli; and The Blue Planet, a multimedia theater piece written by Peter Greenaway and directed by Saskia Boddeke. She is the recipient of the BRIC Fireworks grant and completed her first full-length theater piece, Cassandra. Davis may also be heard on the new VIA Records release, Oceanic Verses, a multimedia opera work written for her by composer Paola Prestini. In Fall 2015, Davis performed in her fifth Next Wave festival at BAM, in Shara Worden (My Brightest Diamond) and Andrew Ondrejcak’s You Usa We All. She hosts a podcast, HELGA, on WQXR’s Q2, and was awarded an ASCAP Multimedia Award for hosting 24:33: twenty-four hours and thirty-three minutes of the playful and playable John Cage.  

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Lydia Davis

Lydia Davis is the author of one novel and seven collections of short stories. Her translations include Proust’s Swann’s Way and Flaubert’s Madame Bovary. She is a recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship and the winner of the 2013 Mann Booker International Prize. She is currently a professor and writer-in-residence at SUNY Albany.  

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Arias Abbruzzi Davis

Arias Abbruzzi Davis is an artist studying at Columbia University. She is a former editorial and production assistant for Triple Canopy. Website

Tim Davis

Tim Davis lives in Tivoli, New York, and teaches photography at Bard and Yale. He is the author of four books of photographs and two books of poems. His work is in the collections of the Guggenheim, Metropolitan, Whitney, Hirshhorn, Walker, High, and many other public institutions. Website

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Abha Dawesar

Abha Dawesar is a novelist and artist, the author of Family Values, That Summer in Paris and Babyji. Website

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Sergio De La Pava

Sergio De La Pava is a public defender in New York City and author of the novels A Naked Singularity and Personae. Website

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Samuel Delany

Samuel Delany is the author of science-fiction novels including Dhalgren and Babel-17.  

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Alex Delinois

Alex Delinois  

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Agnes Denes

Agnes Denes is a a pioneer of environmental art. She emerged as a leading conceptual artist in the 1960s and 70s, when she became known for large-scale, site-specific works devoted to sociopolitical and ecological concerns. Her works are in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art and many other major institutions worldwide.  

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Jen DeNike

Jen DeNike  

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Descriptive Video Service

Descriptive Video Service is an American company that produces video description, which makes visual media, such as television programs and films more accessible to people who are visually impaired. Website

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Helen DeWitt

Helen DeWitt is author of The Last Samurai (2000) and, with Ilya Gridneff, coauthor of Your Name Here (2007). Website

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Dignity Sister

Dignity Sister is an anonymous hobby artist based in Paris Berlin New York. Website

Motto Distribution

Motto Distribution Website

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Peter Dittmer

Peter Dittmer is a multimedia artist who produces audio and video performances as well as sound objects and sound installations. He lives and works in Berlin.  

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Kate Dollenmayer

Kate Dollenmayer  

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Sandra Doller

Sandra Doller is founder and editor of 1913 a journal of forms and author of Chora and Oriflamme. Website

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Jeff Dolven

Jeff Dolven is the author of Scenes of Instruction (2007) and Speculative Music (2013). He teaches (mostly) Renaissance poetry and poetics at Princeton, and is an editor at large at Cabinet magazine.  

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Manal Al Dowayan

Manal Al Dowayan was born and raised in Saudi Arabia and works out of her hometown, Dhahran. Her artworks are part of the permanent collections of the British Museum, the Jordanian National Museum of Fine Art, the Abdullatif Jamil Foundation, and the Delfina Foundation. Website

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Lucky Dragons

Lucky Dragons Website

Thomas Drake

Thomas Drake is a former senior executive of the National Security Agency (NSA) and whistleblower indicted under the Espionage Act. The charges were eventually dropped.  

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Brian Droitcour

Brian Droitcour is a writer, critic, translator, and associate editor at Art in America.  

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Johanna Drucker

Johanna Drucker is the inaugural Martin and Bernard Breslauer Professor of Bibliographical Studies in the Department of Information Studies at UCLA. She has published and lectured widely on topics related to digital humanities and aesthetics, visual forms of knowledge production, book history and future designs, graphic design, historiography of the alphabet and writing, and contemporary art. Her most recent titles include Graphesis: Visual Forms of Knowledge Production (Harvard University Press, 2014), the jointly authored Digital_Humanities (MIT, 2012) with Anne Burdick, Peter Lunenfeld, Todd Presner, and Jeffrey Schnapp (just released in Italian translation, 2014); Graphic Design History: A Critical Guide (Pearson Prentice Hall) with Emily McVarish, and SpecLab: Projects in Digital Aesthetics and Speculative Computing (Chicago, 2009). In addition to her academic work, Drucker has produced artist’s books and projects that were the subject of a retrospective, Druckworks: 40 years of books and projects.  

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Nancy Druckman

Nancy Druckman joined Sotheby’s in 1973 and has directed Sotheby’s American Folk Art department since 1974. The most experienced Folk Art specialist in the auction industry, Ms Druckman has played a major role in the expansion of the market over the last quarter century.  

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Lívia Drummond

Lívia Drummond lives in Salvador, Brazil. She has a degree in history from the State University of Bahia and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in literature and culture at the Federal University of Bahia with a fellowship from CAPES. Website

Alexander Dumbadze

Alexander Dumbadze is associate professor of Art History at George Washington University. His book Bas Jan Ader: Death Is Elsewhere was published by University of Chicago Press in May 2013. He co-edited and co-authored, with Suzanne Hudson, Contemporary Art: 1989 to the Present (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013). In 2011 he received a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant. He is a founder of both the Society of Contemporary Art Historians and the Contemporary Art Think Tank. Recent essays include “Spectacle and Death” in September 11 (MoMA PS1, 2011) and “Can You Hear the Lights?” in Art, History and the Senses: 1830 to the Present (Ashgate, 2010). Website

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Donald Dunbar

Donald Dunbar is the author of the chapbooks You Are So Pretty (Scantily Clad Press, 2009) and Click Click (Gold Wake Press, 2010), and of Eyelid Lick (Fence Books), which won the 2012 Fence Modern Poets Series. He lives in Portland, Oregon, where he co-curates the reading series If Not For Kidnap and teaches poetry to future chefs at Oregon Culinary Institute.  

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Maxmilion Dunbar

Maxmilion Dunbar is a moniker of musician, producer, and DJ Andrew Field-Pickering. Dunbar’s second album, House of Woo, was released in February by RVNG Intl.  

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Andrew Durbin

Andrew Durbin is the author of Mature Themes (Nightboat 2014) and the chapbook MacArthur Park (Kenning Editions 2015). His work has appeared in BOMB, Boston Review, Flash Art, Poetry London, Text Zur Kunst, and elsewhere. A contributing editor of Mousse, he co-edits the press Wonder and lives in New York. His first novel, Blonde Summer, is forthcoming from Nightboat in 2017. Website

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Virginia Dwan

Virginia Dwan  

Dynasty Handbag

Dynasty Handbag (a.k.a. Jibz Cameron) is a performance and video artist, musician, and actor. She lives and works in New York.  

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Esther Dyson

Esther Dyson is chairman of EDventure Holdings and founder of Health Intervention Coordinating Council (HICCup). HICCup is an open-source initiative devoted to defining and testing a business model for investing in health (not health care) that will return profits to investors and health to the participants. From October 2008 to March 2009, she lived in Star City outside Moscow and trained as a backup cosmonaut.  

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